We love to make web apps do the great things that HTML5 and CSS3 now allow, but we take care to use only those features supported by all major browsers.
Powerful CSS extension language, with various built in features. Really cool applications need complex CSS and Sass allows our developers to keep it clean and easily maintainable.
Less makes writing CSS real fun. Using variables, functions and other Less techniques our front-end developers can build complex CSS really fast.
We love making web-applications for mobile devices and employ Bootstrap to make responsive, mobile-first web applications.
Angular is developed by Google and lets us build easily maintainable sophisticated applications. We use Angular 5 for all new projects unless specifically requested by customers
We use JQuery in most applications we create. It has wide variety of features for HTML and data manipulation, event handling and animation.
We use the Microsoft ASP.net framework together with C# to build most of the business applications we build.
Many of our developers have a java background. We worked with Nokia Siemens Networks on a large java project.
Go is an open source programming language developed by Google that makes it easy to build reliable, high-performance software.
Like Node.js, SignalR allows us to push an update to the browser. We’ve used it extensively in business applications we’ve built.
PHP is one of the most common web development technologies. It allows you to create fast, scalable applications which can be run on different platforms.
We’ve built lots of business applications on SQL Server as well as smaller applications designed to run on the free Express edition.
We recommend PostgreSQL for most applications. It’s more powerful than MySQL, but still OpenSource
Despite our preference for PostgreSQL, MySQL is a great database. We will develop your application on it, if required.
We love to work with documents, especially PDFs. We’ve built applications to create PDFs as well as extracting data from them
XML is another speciality of ours. Among other things, we built a web application to compare and edit hundreds of XML documents.
Selenium is the leading open source testing framework around today and our test teams make extensive use of it in testing applications we build