Technologies we use

There are numerous technologies and tools used in application and web design. The specific technologies chosen can vary depending on the requirements of the project, target platforms, scalability needs, and development team’s expertise. Here are some commonly used technologies in application and web design:

  • DOT NET Technology: C#, Visual Basic, ASP.NET, DOT NET Core and framework.
  • IDL (Interactive Data Language) for image analysis and 3D, movies generation
  • HTML (Hypertext Markup Language): The standard markup language used for creating the structure and content of web pages.
  • CSS (Cascading Style Sheets): CSS is used to define the visual presentation and styling of HTML elements, including layout, colors, fonts, and animations.
  • JavaScript: A popular programming language that adds interactivity and dynamic behavior to web pages. JavaScript is commonly used for client-side scripting, form validation, and implementing interactive features.
  • Databases: Structured data storage is crucial for many applications. Popular databases include MS SQL Server, MS Access, MySQL.
  • Content Management Systems (CMS): CMS platforms like WordPress provide pre-built functionality for website creation, content management, and customization.
  • Version Control Systems: Tools like Git enable collaborative development, code management, and version tracking. Git repositories like GitHub and GitLab are popular hosting platforms.
  • Cloud Services: Cloud computing platforms such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud offer scalable infrastructure, storage, and hosting options for applications.
  • Responsive Design: Techniques like media queries and frameworks such as Bootstrap or Foundation help create websites that adapt and display optimally on various devices and screen sizes.
  • Testing and Automation: Testing frameworks like Unit test, M Test assist in automated testing and ensuring application quality.

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