In the last years, the Ruby on Rails framework has turned quite a few heads by showing off with its elegance and Rails' emphasis on Agile practices to help us to develop faster and more stable web applications in a shorter time. Our team has been developing web applications using the framework since 2004. With our experience in custom software development we know which tools and libraries for Rails we can use to develop your project.
We have created many different projects, ranging from web shops to crowd funding and from social networks to international mobile payment systems. We have worked with single individuals with great ideas, startups, banks and other companies of all sizes. When our client cares about their project, we will find a way to help them.
Mac OS X & iOS
In October 2010 Gerard de Brieder has gone to the
Big Nerd Ranch (BNR)
in Atlanta to kick start his skills with Cocoa, Objective-C and IOS development. The location of BNR in Atlanta is quite remote which made it a very nice location. He followed a 10 day bootcamp in which they crammed as much knowledge in his brain as is humanly possible in such a short time.
Gert Goet started his Android adventure in the summer of 2011. Using linux as his favorite environment he felt right at home with the Android SDK.
language even Android development turned out to be Ruby-esque! He got his first application built from scratch in just two weeks' time. We are sure there will follow many more in the coming times.
All of us have been using open source software for years. The Ruby programming language, the Ruby on Rails framework, the MySQL database, the Apache webserver, the Linux operating system. These are very fundamental tools we use every day and they are all open source.
Because we benefit so much from open source, we also like to give back. We usually publish internal tools we develop as open source, so that other people do not have to solve the same problem. We also contribute patches to projects we use, when we find bugs or when we need functionality that is not there.
The first web application Gökhan built was an e-commerce website for Elsevier in classic ASP and afterwards he quickly moved to developing MVC based web sites in asp.net with MsSQL Server. He is experienced in connecting .net based front ends with web services that handles all the business logic.
His latest work is using Sencha and using a .net based web service to provide a user interface with data via JSON. Hard to see if it is not a desktop application when .net meets with Sencha.