Our software engineering team develops front-end products, applications, and platforms in React that adhere to modern standards and include hooks, context, state, and functional components to store and manipulate business logic. Your application will benefit from our front-end expertise as we build an extensible interface that can grow with your changes. In cases of PHP back-ends, our team will consult with you on building Blade and Bootstrap, or build React-based front-ends, on top of Laravel.
Our software engineering team is well-versed when it comes to crafting MVC-centric backends that communicate seamlessly with cloud-based servers and microservices. We'll work closely with you to establish server-side routes, controllers, logic, and configurations; we'll containerize where possible for ease of development and deployment. If your application has an existing backend framework that requires maintenance, we're here to support you.
Our teams have chosen AWS as the go-to cloud hosting and computing service provider due to its market dominance, pricing scalability, security, and our existing team’s knowledge of its offerings. Our team members have AWS certifications and experience deploying applications using Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), Elastic Load Balancing (ELB), on Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) instances.
These processes ensure that work is done in a timely manner and in a collaborative environment, as we continue to integrate feedback throughout the lifecycle of a project. During a project’s lifecycle, we will assign a project manager to communicate directly with stakeholders, coordinate meetings, adjust timelines, run daily meetings, capture requests, and create tickets for our engineering team to complete within standard two-week sprint cycles.
These tickets, in the form of stories, tasks, epics, etc. are logged in Jira or a client-chosen project management system in fractional projects. We are able to dictate the check-in intervals for sprint planning, scrum meetings, and demos; which typically happen a few times per week.