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Mobile Apps

iOS

iOS is a mobile operating system developed by Apple for their devices such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Apps that have been developed in Apple’s native programming language, Objective- C, can be published and downloaded in their app store.

Android

Android is a Linux-based operating system developed by Google, designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices. It is used on many different smartphones and tablets, and currently has the highest market share.

Phonegap

Phonegap is a mobile development framework and enables developers to build applications in HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript/jQuery. This allows developers using Phonegap to easily create apps for the most popular mobile operating systems, such as iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows. The downside is that some platform-specific properties (APIs) are not integrated and therefore not all cross-platform and device-specific functions can be used.

Websites/Web apps

AngularJS

AngularJS is an open-source JavaScript framework for single-page applications (web apps). Developed by Google, it promises to become the standard for web applications, convincing developers with its high levels of flexibility and reliability.

Meteor

Meteor is an open-source JavaScript framework specializing particularly in real-time applications. It is still in the early stages of development, but is already far superior to many other frameworks.

Node.js

Fast and scalable network applications can be written with Node.js. It is especially suitable for real time, data-intensive applications and REST APIs.

MongoDB

MongoDB is an open source, high-performance, document-oriented database system that can manage JSON-like documents. It is the most popular NoSQL database.

Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails (Rails) is a powerful open-source web application framework. It follows the „model-view-controller“ architecture and is a great match for agile software development teams.

HTML5

Web pages are structured with the help of HTML5. The markup language’s current version is especially useful in the development of mobile apps and brings with it a plethora of new features. It will eventually replace Flash.

CSS3 (Sass, Less)

CSS3 is a style sheet language that determines the appearance of websites and web apps. CSS provides increasing capabilities in the field of animations and transitions. We employ the preprocessors Less and Sass to write more efficient CSS.

JavaScript / CoffeeScript

Through JavaScript, websites can become more dynamic and interactive. Not only can you create effects with JavaScript, but also write fully operational applications. CoffeeScript makes JavaScript more efficient, shorter and less prone to errors.

jQuery

jQuery is the most popular JavaScript library, offering a broad range of possibilities for creating effects or manipulating user interfaces.

Ajax

AJAX is a bundle of technologies used to transmit asynchronous data. With AJAX, you can dynamically change content, without the need of websites having to reload.

WordPress

WordPress is an open-source content management system (CMS), which enables the management and updating of websites without any technical knowledge.  Before WordPress can be deployed, it is first necessary to design and program the website.

Single Page Apps

Single page apps blur the lines between software and websites. Today’s browsers are capable of handling complex applications without the use of flash or other plugins.  This is slowly replacing more and more of the classic sites that were based on clicking through pages of online forms.

Responsive Design

Optimization of websites for mobile devices is the main concept behind responsive design. It takes device-specific touch capabilities into account.