Architected, designed and built for high performance, and a seamless user experience.
We build backends that are scalable across 1000s of nodes and databases with millions of record.
Built with security as a core in the architecture and design of the solution.
We develop web applications in a variety of frameworks and architectures.
MEAN Stands for a full stack comprising of MongoDB, ExpressJS, Angular and NodeJS. The stack can be customised, for example, Postgresql instead of Mongodb or sails.js/hapi.js instead of express.js
Angular is a framework that is powered by google, that supports development of cross platform web applications, that is easier and modular. Progressive web applications provide a way for developing applications that provide native app like experience on mobile application.
Ruby on Rails is a popular web application development framework, which makes programming easier and quicker. It is built on the concept of “Don’t Repeat Yourself” (all common functionality is nicely abstracted away) and “Convention over configuration” (get development started quickly with standard conventions).
WooCommerce and Magento are popular ecommerce application development frameworks. Both frameworks provide support for ecommece features such as product catalog, shopping cart, order management, payment gateway integration, product ratings and reviews.
Microservices architecture is a method of building applications as a suite of small, modular, independently deployable and scalable modules and is ideal for building large scale enterprise applications.
NodeJS - Authentication, Payment Gateway, Social Media, Push Notification, Firebase, Google maps, ExpressJS
ExpressJS - Routing, Middleware, Error Handling, Performance
Angular - Modular, high performance, Fast development cycle
Woocommerce - Ecommerce framework, product catalog, shopping cart, product catalog
MySQL - Light Weight, Open Source database
PostgreSQL - Open Source, High volume database
Microsoft SQL Server - Enterprise Class, High performance database
MongoDB - NoSQL, open source database