What kind of technology do we use at work
We make a substantial effort to choose the most relevant technology stack to ensure the highest possible efficiency and scalability within your budget and timeframe. We choose from a wide range of languages and environments. Here we describe the most important of them
Its Java’s simplicity, reliability, and high security, that have helped it remain the most popular programming language in the world and a standard choice for high-profile enterprise software. Spring Framework it is a comprehensive programming and configuration model for modern Java-based apps, providing a vast archive of ready-to-use tools and plugins. What’s equally important - Spring’s extension, Spring Boot, comes with all the rudimentary libraries, configs, and an application server, allowing us to avoid boilerplate code and focus mainly on your business logic. Once your app cloud is ready, you can smoothly scale it up and down without any additional code upgrades. Again - you don’t have to pay an extra fee for all this magic - Spring Cloud provides ready-to-use tools for central configuration, intelligent routing, and load balancing. Ideally, you would like it if your app still worked smoothly and efficiently,
PHP powers about 80% of web pages from small blogs and portals to technology giants like Google and Facebook. When you need a content page or a relatively simple application and need it fast - our PHP developers are the right people to deliver it. We continuously maintain and develop numerous PHP-based web apps, some of them handling huge web traffic and powering multi-million euro businesses with millions of orders processed yearly. Just leave it to us, sit back and enjoy your success!
Simply - React.js is (probably) the most efficient and flexible JS library to build user interfaces. The simple and consistent architecture of React+Redux combined with their simple API makes them also extremely resource-efficient. Instead of traditional big monolith HTML documents, interfaces are built of small and isolated blocks called “components”, and each of them can be replaced and moved with minimum effort. That greatly speeds up and facilitates development and testing, since the application can be rebuilt time after time and part by part instantly, without affecting other components.
Node.js is the platform of choice when you need your app to be produced quickly and introduced to the market as soon as possible. The whole application can be written by a smaller team of developers - leading to further savings. The inventor of Node.js, Ryan Dahl, intended to circumvent the common limitations of web servers, where large amounts of simultaneous connections can easily block the entire process. That’s why Node.js has adopted asynchronous communication. Very importantly for developers is its native support for popular NoSQL databases, like MongoDB,