Web Development Services
Web development is the building and maintenance of websites; it’s the work that happens behind the scenes to make a website look great, work fast and perform well with a seamless user experience.
Our Web developers do this by using a variety of coding languages and CMS softwares. The languages we use depends on the types of tasks our clients need to preform and the platforms which they require.
Our web development services involves two parts: Front end (Website designing, banners, animations etc. and Back-end services (Coding, plug-ins, modules, customization, server related, etc.)
Our Web Development services
Content Management System generally refers to an web-based application that enables multiple users with different privilege levels to manage any type of data, content or information of any website application, project on the internet forum.
PHP & Laravel
Laravel is a back-end PHP-based and open-source framework used for building a wide range of custom web applications. It’s an entirely server-side framework that manages data with the help of Model-View-Controller (MVC) design which breaks an application back-end architecture into logical parts
Ecommerce website development is the process of developing the technical aspects of your ecommerce website — how it functions, accepts payments, behaves in response to user action, and appears aesthetically.
User interface (UI) design refers to the aesthetic elements by which people interact with a product, such as buttons, icons, menu bars, typography, colors, and more. User experience (UX) design refers to the experience a user has when interacting with a product.
Web Portal Development
Web portal development facilitates the creation of this useful, secure, and personalized access point that organizes information according to specific users’ needs. You may hear it referred to as web portal application development or portal application development.
Support and Maintenance
While software support is defined as fixing broken software (or “bugs”) with reactive development, software maintenance is defined as proactive development in adding additional features or triaging low priority “bugs” that don’t deteriorate the software design and user experience.