Capabilities

Outsource your software development work to us, or build a team with our staff.
Get an experienced coder from as low as US$25/hr. We have extensive experience with all of the software and frameworks listed below.

 

Laravel

One of the latest, most robust, and easiest to understand PHP frameworks.

Node.JS

Ultra light-wight development platform for ultra-fast back-end systems using JavaScript.

REACT & REACT Native

REACT is an open-source JavaScript library for building user interfaces, and REACT Native is building mobile apps. 

Vue.js

Vue.js is a progressive, incrementally-adoptable JavaScript framework for building UI on the web. For Front-end web design.

Drupal 6, 7, 8 & Drupal Commerce

Drupal is an open-source web content management (CMS) framework written in PHP. New sites are built in Drupal 8.

Amazon DynamoDB

DynamoDB by Amazon is a serverless document database that can support up to 20 million requests per second.

MySQL

MySQL is an open source Relational Database Management System that uses Structured Query Language (SQL)

MongoDB

MongoDB is an open source NoSQL cross-platform document-oriented database program. 

AWS Lambda

AWS Lambda is a serverless compute service that runs code in response to events and manages the compute resources

No project is too small or large.

Website & Software Development

Design and manage your project from start to finish

Turn your paper based process flow into a cloud based system

Outsourcing

Create an in-house team working solely on your project. The team can be fully accountable to you

Provide extra manpower for your existing project

The Microservices Option

Microservices is a technique to program development in where a huge application is designed as a collection of modular services. Each module can handle a particular business goal and uses a very simple, well-defined interface to express with other models of services. Companies such as Uber, Amazon, Netflix, and eBay are built using microservices. Microservices are used when the system is too big to be one system. Systems that are not microservices are termed "monolithic".