Platforms



Linux


Linux is our main OS. Every developer's workstation is setup on Linux. We develop on Python, Golang and Node.js with Redis, MongoDB, PostgreSQL & Elastic Search databases.

Why we love Linux

  1. FREE FREE FREE: Yeah Linux is free of cost. No matter how many computers you install it on, the cost of Linux remains zero.
  2. Platform Independent: Linux runs on just about any hardware you can name, from mobile phones to supercomputers. The open source nature of the kernel and software means it can be ported to another architecture by a third party if the existing developers see no need. The end user doesn't need to care about the underlying hardware.
  3. Interoperability: Linux plays well with other systems. It recognises that there's a place for Windows and Mac OS X and will install alongside them, share files with them, and generally be nice to them.
  4. Support: Threat detection and solution is very fast, as Linux is mainly community driven and whenever any Linux user posts any kind of threat, several developers start working on it from different parts of the world.
  5. Multi-user: Yes I know you can have multiple accounts on a Windows 7 machine, but that doesn’t make it truly multi-user. Can you log on more than one user at a time in Windows 7? Not by default. To have concurrent user sessions for Windows 7, you have to download a third-party tool. In Linux, you can do this by default.
  6. Transparency: Any user can know exactly when a feature-freeze happens for a release of any distribution. And all Linux distributions work under the full-disclosure model. Because of this fact, there is little false advertising going on with Linux. And you will never hear of a distribution claiming that its next release will revolutionise computing.
  7. Hardware: If you look at the system requirements for Windows, you’ll find that it requires plenty of storage space and a decent amount of RAM to exist happily. With Linux, you can just run your application (during development) on vps for less than 10 US$ per month.

Mobile


We develop native mobile applications on Android & iOS. We tried hybrid systems like phonegap, ionic, mixing web technology and mobile. But we weren't completely satisfied.

If you want mobile user get the best mobile experience we believe native application development is the solution.

Of course it almost requires twice the work since Java/Kotlin are totally different than Swift.

Windows


We started with Windows in 1998, then came .Net framework. that really gave us a lot of pleasure to develop again on Windows.

Since then we still work on some Windows projects for customers who are stuck with Microsoft or want to pay license for OS.