Software Development Services

Windows Applications Design and Development

Sometimes it makes more sense to develop an advanced website for your business, other times a software application is better. It depends on who will be using the system for what, where and when. Since we do the entire spectrum from website development to software application development, we aren’t biased in the one direction or the other. We can recommend the solution that will be best for your business, not ours. We develop software applications that run on Windows PCs, as well as mobile applications that run on mobile phones (cell phones), tablets and phablets (something in between a mobile phone and a tablet). We develop cross platform mobile applications, which mean they will run on Android devices (that green robot picture you may have seen – think Samsung Galaxy, Sony, LG phones, etc.), iOs devices (iPads and iPhones), Windows devices (phones and tablets), as well as Blackberry devices.

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Mobile Applications Design and Development

We develop cross platform mobile applications for Android, iOS (iPad and iPhone) and Windows mobile devices, which include mobile tablets, smart phones and phablets (something inbetween a phone and a tablet), using Microsoft Cordova. Cordova is an open source project which was developed to give website developers the ability to make mobile applications, using web development scripting languages that they are familiar with when creating websites (HTML, CSS and Javascript). Microsoft embranced Cordova and integrated this open source technology into its Visual Studio development suite. Microsoft aims to increase the amount of Windows applications available for mobile devices, by embracing technology which makes it easier for developers to develop mobile applications for multiple mobile operating systems, instead of just one. This technology allows us to use our web development expertise in the area of mobile application development.

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SharePoint Applications Design and Development

Microsoft SharePoint was originally created by Microsoft for internal use in its own business, for various departments to be able to share information in a flexible manner. SharePoint allows employees in a business to quickly create project websites, for sharing information between temporary (or permanent) teams within the business. These teams can even include persons outside the business. No web development skills are necessary to create these team sites – it can all be done by using the SharePoint user interface.  For many businesses, this is as far as their usage of Microsoft SharePoint goes. SharePoint isn’t cheap, so it makes sense for businesses to utilize it as much as possible. What some businesses might not be aware of, is the fact that one can program SharePoint applications to extend the functionality of SharePoint. This functionality then becomes available for employees to use on their team websites. Since the applications extend the already existing functionality of SharePoint, it means we don’t have to recreate the wheel in terms of having to create infrastructure such as security, user management, etc. We simply develop the additional functionality required, instead of having to worry about creating all the infrastructure such a website system usually requires.

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