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Our Process – Phase Three

Development

The elements of the development phase of a web development project.

This is the phase where the developers take over and start building the underlying infrastructure, the platform on which all else rests. They build the features and functionality as specified in the technical specifications from discovery. Front-end developers implement the design concepts and user interface created in the design phase. Our software development life cycle is mature, hardened, and secure. We use
industry-standard continuous integration, static code analysis, and modern DevOps principles to build and secure code.


.NET (Languages & Frameworks)

.NET Web Development refers to the development of websites and web applications using the .NET platform. .NET is a popular development platform from Microsoft that enables developers to create dynamic, interactive websites and applications.

Accessibility

Web accessibility is the practice of making websites and web applications more accessible for people with disabilities.

Application Architecture

Application Architecture is a term used to describe the planning, lead management, and technical review of web development projects. It is the process of designing and constructing the systems that will be used to build the application.

Automated UI Tests

Automated UI Tests are a powerful tool for Quality Assurance (QA) teams. They are tests that automatically validate the user interface (UI) of a web page or application.

Code Reviews

Code reviews are an important part of the software development life cycle (SDLC) and are essential for ensuring quality and best practices in web development.

Content Migration

Content migration is a strategic process used to move content from one content management system to another.

CSS (Languages & Frameworks)

CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is a style sheet language used to define the look and feel of web pages. It is used by web developers to create consistent user interfaces (UI) and user experiences (UX), as well as to give web pages a distinctive design and animation.

Data Migration

Data migration is the process of moving data from one system or environment to another. It is a complex process that can involve transferring data from a web database to a new system or upgrading a system’s content management capabilities.

HTML (Languages & Frameworks)

HTML is the language used to create the structure and appearance of web pages. It’s a standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and is the language used to create the structure and appearance of web pages. 

JavaScript (Languages & Frameworks)

Javascript is an incredibly powerful programming language that allows developers to create amazing websites and applications with ease. 

Microsoft SQL (MSSQL)

Microsoft SQL (Structured Query Language) is a powerful database management system created by Microsoft. It is a secure, relational database system that allows users to store and access data quickly and easily. 

MySQL

MySQL is an incredibly popular open source SQL database, used by developers and businesses around the world.

PHP (Languages & Frameworks)

PHP Development is a programming language used to create dynamic web applications. It is used to create custom websites, content management systems, web APIs, and more.

Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance (QA) is an important process used to ensure that web and software products meet the highest of standards.

Search Engine Optimization

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of optimizing a website and its content to rank higher in search engine results. SEO involves a number of technical code changes, as well as applying best practices to the layout and design of a website.

Unit Tests

Unit tests are a crucial part of software development and every web developer should be familiar with them. They are tests written to check the consistency, security, and quality of your code.