Development brings design to life.

Development is focused on creating products that are high performance, scalable, efficient, and forward-thinking. There is a massive and constantly growing ecosystem of languages, frameworks, and platforms which are used to develop websites and apps. Through the proper use of the tools available today, the real limits to web development really do lie in the imagination.

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Front-end Web Development

Front-end Web Development (also known as client side development) involves coding with the use of three fundamental languages - HTML, CSS, and JavaScript - to create all parts of web pages that are visible to users. HTML is used to add content to the page such as text, graphics, images, buttons, etc. CSS is used to control the appearance of content, such as size, spacing, color, fonts, and some animation. JavaScript is used to programmatically control HTML and CSS and allows for very advanced things to be done. Key aspects of front-end web development include responsive web development and animation.

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Back-end Web Development

Back-end Web Development (also known as server side development) involves programming with the use of select languages and frameworks to create the logic responsible for powering websites and apps. Back-end web development is especially needed when a website or app goes beyond the act of simply displaying things to provide more complex interactions for users. Key aspects of back-end web development include server-side scripting, interaction with databases, CMS (Content Management System) development, and API development.

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iOS App Development

Native iOS Development involves creating apps for iPhones. There are a variety of languages which can be used, including Swift, Objective C, C#, and JavaScript. There are also many frameworks and open-source modules available which facilitate in iOS app development. iOS applications can access virtually any aspect of the phone including the screen, speaker, microphone, camera, location, and gyroscope. iOS applications can send information to wearables such as Apple watches, stream content to external displays, or work with custom technology in unique ways.

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Android App Development

Native Android Development involves creating apps for phones, wearables, and any devices that utilize the Android operating system. There are a variety of languages which can be used, including Java, C#, and JavaScript. There are also many frameworks and open-source modules available which facilitate in Android app development. Android applications can access virtually any aspect of the phone including the screen, speaker, microphone, camera, location, and gyroscope. Android applications can send information to wearables such as watches, stream content to external displays, or work with custom technology in unique ways.

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Hybrid App Development

Hybrid App Development involves creating apps for iOS, Android, and/or the web using web languages - HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. With this technique it is possible to support all three platforms with one codebase. Hybrid App Development can be an excellent choice to efficiently create cross platform apps. There are several open-source frameworks and modules available which facilitate in Hybrid App Development.

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