// JavaScript

Node.js Development

As the name suggests, Node.js is a JavaScript-based framework. It’s a great fit for speedy, real-time applications — think games, chat, and similar applications that require highly responsive interfaces. Lightweight, efficient, and scalable, Node.js excels at managing distributed, data-heavy applications.

This allows for smooth connections between client and server, with two-way communication.

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// PHP

Laravel Development

Laravel is a popular, open-source, PHP-based framework for making custom web applications. It’s been around for a decade, and has made many developers’ lives easier during that time. Laravel can be an excellent choice for building a reliable, smooth-functioning web app that boosts your company’s performance.

Laravel is flexible and can be used to make from small, focused apps to universally and scalable apps. From e-commerce to social media, news sites and blogs or anything in between, Laravel development provides a solid backend.

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// Java

Spring Boot Development

Spring Boot development helps speed up the overall process of app development — meaning fairly quick turnaround times on a custom app. Spring Boot is built on top of Spring, an open-source framework that’s very flexible and is used for all sorts of enterprise applications.

Spring Boot’s default settings and options allow developers to quickly build web apps that provide powerful but lightweight performance.

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// Strapi

Strapi Development

Strapi is an open-source, increasingly popular headless content-management system (CMS) that makes producing new content super simple. Strapi is built entirely on JavaScript, making it easy for developers to work on any aspect of the framework.

Flexible, simple, and easily customizable, Strapi is an excellent choice for any company looking to accelerate their content production while improving that content’s look and feel.

It’s easy to use from any angle, and offers a more sophisticated alternative to traditional CMS’s like WordPress.

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