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Pros and Cons of Using 3rd Party Scripts in Your Web Projects

Jan 01, 2011 / Andrei Medvedev
Time to read: 1 min.

In today’s highly competitive, fast-paced and constantly evolving internet workplace, designers and developers and in some cases business owners, need to find efficient ways to create solutions to meet their client needs and demand. In many cases, it makes more sense to use a third party scripts to accomplish the tasks associated with a web project.

The complexity of today’s websites are often underestimated. For end users and clients, requesting a simple “tweak” to have a certain feature or function they want to incorporate into their websites should be easy. In reality, there is a huge and complex backend component of making these features and functions work, and then to make sure that they work with the existing websites. Accomplishing this can sometimes take many hours or even days of research and trial and error. Here’s where a third party script comes in. If there is a script in existence that can be purchased or used freely to accomplish some function, it can save a huge amount of time which in turn, can save website owners money for the work being done and, it can save designers and developers spending untold hours trying to create the script from scratch.

It’s simple really, there is no sense reinventing the wheel as the old saying goes. Utilizing scripts is a standard practice among experienced, professional web developers and designers. Drawing upon techniques from an array of different web technologies is a smart and proficient way to produce great webpages, The demand for exciting, dynamic, interactive websites is at an all-time high and with the wider availability of high-speed internet, many of the restrictions for fast-loading pages are a thing of the past. A lot of industry experts like to weigh in on the future of the internet but most will agree that it is a rapidly evolving industry that will be driven by the demands of both consumers and businesses.

Andrei Medvedev

We love what we do, and we think of it as an art form, but it’s not all about looks and ingenuity. Underlying the artist’s aesthetic in both our process and our products is problem-solving practicality and shrewd business sense.



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