When our fullstack engineers take on your project, you don’t just get a bunch of developers. You get a crack team of highly skilled, product-aware engineers who will essentially play your CTO’s office. We’re always looking for the best tech to use, and continuously updating our framework and tech knowledge.
We aren’t the type to follow instructions off a requirements document. We think about everything from stress compliance to the most efficient architecture.
We’re always looking for the best, most efficient frameworks. We have extensive experience in using frameworks such as Loopback and Sails for Node, Django for Python, Revel for Go, etc.
When we start a project, we don’t just begin to code. We’re always thinking about performance, and how our code will hold up in various environments and in various enterprise scenarios.
All of our code adheres strictly to international standards of readability, usability and functionality. Our code passes through multiple peer reviews and tests before deployment.
When you hire Ideas2IT, you get a cohort of engineers certified in AppDynamics, AWS, etc. We work with containerisation tech such as Docker and Kubernetes, and know what it takes to deploy high-performance applications.
Many different types of tech, and tens of happy clients. Our fullstack work has been delighting companies for years.
Interesting enterprise events happening all across your IT ecosystem are converted into a live stream of events organized around Topics. Real-time analytics engine to take actions on these events like intelligent routing. For UX, we leveraged the principle of 20% of actions are performed 80% of the time. We enable this 80% via messaging. Built a Slack like front-end using Angular.js and jQuery.Read More
End to end flight operations automation was developed using MEAN stack. Includes booking, planning crew, pilot reports and reports. A modern, flexible UI was implemented using Angular to capture a large set of information on Pilot reports and dynamic display of the crew schedule.Read More
We’ve always believed in giving back to the community. A lot of our projects involve R&D, and when we hit upon something that we think is a winner, we always share.
Our opinionated take of a MEAN stack (MySql, Express, Angular, Node)- Modeled on mean.io, and added features that we find repeatedly using. Comes from our deep experience in Node.js and related server-side JS tech.
Same as our mean.idea. The only difference is replacing MongoDB with Relational Database. Again, this is something we saw ourselves repeatedly using, so we though others might find it useful.
Sails and React.js are fast becoming popular alternates for Node.js and Angular.js. RSR is a start application that integrates React with Sails. As an added bonus, Redis is configured as the primary database.
At Ideas2IT, we learn every day. From product engineering to data science, from blockchain to chatbots, our experts discuss driving forces at the intersection of tech and business. We look at business through the lens of technology, and break down how cutting-edge tech will alter the way companies in various industries operate. These are some of our learnings from working with front-end tech.
This blog is intended to evaluate these packages on how they solve our basic requirements while trying to implement a re-usable table component.
How often have you heard “Well, it worked on dev and stage!” when things crash on prod? Hopefully, this post will change all that.
For the past few years, two competing Web development tools from two real-world competitors are sharing the limelight to become numero uno. The first one is the Google-backed Angular and the second one is the Facebook-backed ReactJS.
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