We build full-scale applications for the web. Software build by us is running in a web browser. Every application consists of a front-end (that what makes the user experience) and a back-end (that what is administered in the database).
Our applications are all designed with the user in mind. Not all users like to work with computers, so we do our utmost to give everyone that needs to work with software designed by us a great experience.
For years we have built back-ends with the CodeIgniter PHP framework. It has a small footprint, fast in performance but not very modern anymore. Still it is doing an great job when you have great front-end supporting it. The user doesn't care about the server, but the customer does.
For our projects we often use these PHP frameworks
The mentioned PHP frameworks have good developer and community support and its functionality meets up to the demands of reliability and security and proper documentation.
In computer programming, a software framework is an abstraction in which software providing generic functionality can be selectively changed by additional user-written code, thus providing application-specific software. A software framework provides a standard way to build and deploy applications.
Frameworks give the opportunity to a developer to build applications faster. Frameworks are available for the back-end server as well for the front-end. Even for styling the front-end, great frameworks exist.
|Very reliable PHP framework with a small footprint and great performance||Official website|
Currently on of the most popular PHP frameworks for building large scale applications
Small but very easy to extend PHP framework with great dependency injection
Laravel's object relation modeller (ORM) to build great queries. Our favorite to make any relational MySQL database access a lot faster
Sencha Ext JS
Sencha Ext JS
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