We are a full stack development agency delivering Web App solutions that can be viewed as a standard website through your favorite web browser, or installed onto the device of your choice.
With a career that started at the turn of this century, before 'googling' was a thing (we asked Jeeves), when a website was a folder full of html files, and working with framesets was a big deal, we've seen it all and kicked the tyres on most of it. But we continue to look forward and prepare for what's coming. Things like progressive web app's and the decentralised web.
Leveraging our experience in this space, we are able to call on a wide array of technologies, platforms, and frameworks. This ensures our client gets the solution that meets their needs. From a hyper-performant single page brochure site (like this one), to a custom B2B e-commerce application, to a community news and information site. We have the skills, tools, and knowledge to provide secure, performant, and highly scalable Web App solutions.
Scalability, availability, and SPEED!
Once you've made that step and created a website, you want your customers to be able to see it whenever they choose. This is where choosing the correct hosting platform is vital.
Our answer is hosting your site on a cloud service or, even better, through a Dweb gateway, so there is no single point of failure. You're website will continue to be available, fullstop.
frequently asked questions, get knowledge, knowledge is power
The ultimate goal of Web 3.0 is to create more intelligent, connected and open websites. For our purposes, the web 3.0 or Dweb (Decentralised Web) offers new opportunities for web developers like us to provide hosting solutions for our clients that are more secure, more stable, more scalable, and faster. All at a greatly reduced cost for our clients.
A good place to start learning more is this article.
A progressive web application is a type of application software delivered through the web, built using common web technologies including HTML,
PWA's were first introduced to the developer world in a white paper produced by Apple Inc. in 2014. Apple chose not to go any further with the idea, and Google picked it up around 2015, 2016. Prior to the appearance of PWA's there were two pathways for software developers. The traditional 'desktop application', built to run directly on the computer with access to all the peripherals (camera, storage, USB, bluetooth etc.) and the web development path, where software is designed to run inside the web browser and cannot communicate with the computer it is running on. However, while traditional developers focused their attention on building 'mobile apps' (a desktop app designed for smaller screens), web developers were working on ways to get their websites to interact with the desktop. The result of that work is the Progressive Web App.
Now that the PWA convention is reaching maturity, web developers are able to interact with a users device in exactly the same manner as a traditional app (application) whether it be on, desktop, tablet, or mobile devices.
You may not have heard of PWA's before, but there's a good chance you've used at least one. Here's a short list of some of the more popular PWA's
Cloud hosting is the process of outsourcing an organization's computing and storage resources to a service provider that offers its infrastructure services in a utility model. The cloud provider oversees the setup, cloud infrastructure, security and maintenance, while sometimes allowing clients to customize hardware and applications and scale servers online.
Or in non-tech. Hosting on a cloud provider is still very similar to the traditional monolithic hosting model in that your code (your website) resides with a single service provider. Cloud service providers provide many more services and charge clients only for the resources that they have used. ie.
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