Web
Applications

Do you have a web-based product? Maybe you’re looking to increase your development capacity. If so, let us help you navigate through the diverse landscape of frontend and backend frameworks, and platforms. Our goal is to build products that work today but have the capacity to be easily enhanced at pace with your growth.

Languages

Java
Java

Java

Java is one of the most popular programming stacks in the world—some would say the most popular. Many of our developers chose Java as their main programming language. The typical Java team consists of a technical lead, five to seven backend engineers, plus one or two frontend developers who specialize in JavaScript frameworks. Projects do vary in nature, yet many require expertise in microservices architecture, big data, distributed execution, and cloud services.

International banks, telecommunication companies, payment providers, and many others hire our Java engineers who are organized in easy manageable Agile teams. Projects we have handled in recent years include ERP solutions, corporate websites on Adobe Experience Manager, Hybris-based eCommerce stores, PCI-compliant payment gateways, big data products, and many more. Some of these projects made the hiring of two to four simultaneously working Scrum teams necessary.

.NET
.net

.NET

One of our favorite platforms is .NET, and it’s often our first choice when building any size application—right up to enterprise-level—where they may be time constraints. Its architecture offers a scalable, high-performing, and secure environment for creating powerful online products capable of scaling and maintaining, as necessary. The typical team consists of a technical lead, five to seven backend engineers, plus one or two frontend developers who specialize in JavaScript frameworks.

Our engineers are highly experienced in building web applications for real estate, hospitality, healthcare, aviation, and fintech industries using the Microsoft technology stack. For smaller projects, a single cross-functional Scrum team will manage both development and testing. Larger applications require two or more Agile teams that work together on a part of the project or on multiple independent parts.

PHP
php

PHP

There are many reasons why PHP is also a favored choice. Perhaps most notably, it’s used and will run anywhere on the web. Just to name a few, many large and successful SaaS projects and online stores were initially developed on one of many PHP frameworks, like Symfony, Zend, Laravel, Aura, Yii, or CodeIgnitor. Currently, to achieve the highest flexibility, these frameworks will often be combined with React, Vue, or Angular on the frontend and Node.js on the backend.

In our experience, PHP-based web applications are the most dynamic in terms of frequent updates and adding new features. Mainly because PHP frameworks were initially designed to be lightweight, yet capable. Additionally, it’s relatively easy to find excellent developers with years of PHP experience and corresponding frontend frameworks who are willing to join a new and exciting project.

Ruby
ruby

Ruby

Although past its height of popularity, Ruby is still used on almost a million websites globally, including major players such as Airbnb, Basecamp, Couchsurfing, GitHub, Dribbble, and Hulu. It has a huge community of developers, quality code libraries, and an extensive number of GitHub contributors. The Ruby on Rails framework also makes it possible to build small and mid-size web applications faster than with other frameworks and languages.

Perhaps this is the reason you might choose Ruby over its competitors. Whatever the reason, we know how to build Agile teams of veteran developers who have years of experience in developing software using Ruby. The typical Scrum team consists of three to four backend engineers, two frontend developers, and a one or two quality assurance engineers. Typically, the team handles the entire software product development cycle from beginning to completion.

Phyton
Phyton

Phyton

Thanks to its ease of use and wide range of applications Python is one of the most popular programming languages today. It’s universal and used to meet various development needs, as well as being a language that offers several options to programmers in general. Our engineers use it widely for system operations, web development, server and administrative tools, deployment, scientific modeling, and much more. It’s probably safe to say that any full-scale data science or machine learning project would require skilled Python developers.

If you have a web project that was fully built using Django or Flask, then you might be looking to hire a full Scrum development team of engineers whose primary expertise is Python and JavaScript frameworks. We would be happy to set such a team up for you. Conversely, if you need Python expertise as an addition to your core technology stack—like Java or .NET—we could add engineers who have strong hands-on Python experience to your core team.

Node.js
Node.js

Node.js

For those on board with Node.js it might be due to the fact you’re looking to be lean—you want to be Agile. You want technologies that will help you succeed in the short- and long-term. Using JavaScript on the frontend and backend as a unified stack is a good way to achieve that. Thanks to its many advantages, Node.js now plays a critical role in the technology stack of many high-profile companies who depend on its unique benefits. It’s not a silver bullet but it is a platform that fills a particular need.

Skilled and experienced fullstack JavaScript developers are often difficult to source and hire since they’re in a very high demand. Despite that, we are still able to provide you with exactly what you need—skilled and experienced developers who can be integrated into your Scrum team. In recent years, more than 50 percent of the web development teams we have assembled had a requirement of Node.js proficiency. And while the use of Node.js may vary, today’s frontend and backend developers are expected to have a level of proficiency in it.

JavaScript
  • angular
  • react

JavaScript

The modern web project often uses a frontend JavaScript framework like React, Angular, Vue, etc. Since using a standardized approach to the frontend architecture makes it easy to scale, onboard new developers, and increase the development velocity of your team, this is understandable. Needless to say, all of our frontend and fullstack developers know and have mastered JavaScript as well as at least one of the other most popular frameworks available.

The typical web team consists of backend developers, frontend developers, and sometimes fullstacks and Quality Assurance specialists. The ratio between backend and frontend developers differs by project, and we will provide advice when discussing product backlog and the current structure of your inhouse team. You can be sure you will be provided with the best—most experienced—frontend engineers to work on your product or online service.

Case Studies

We help tech companies create unique software products that help increase their customer’s satisfaction.

Video on Demand TV Service

A 60-person Agile engineering team formed to assist
an American internet television service that builds/
develops applications for several desktop, mobile,
and internet-connected TV platforms.

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Big Data Analytics Software

A 40-person software development team for a big
data analytics software by Aginity.

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PCI-compliant Payment Gateway

A Scrum team of Java engineers experienced in fintech
for a highly regulated payment solutions provider.

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Invoicing and Accounting Software

Two mobile development teams needed to build native iOS and Android applications.

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Solar Power Plants Management Software

A manufacturer of photovoltaic solar modules was looking to build a software solution that would help its clients manage their “fields” of solar modules.

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Real Estate B2B Platform

An NYC B2B real estate company required an Agile development team to complete a major refactor to their listing platform, giving their developers the ability to add new features quickly and easily.

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