Double Integration

• Web App Development

• APIs & Frameworks

• Analytics & Algorithms

• Mobile Responsive

• Clean & Modern Design

• End To End

Double Integration

Web Development

APIs & Frameworks

Analytics & Algorithms

Mobile Responsive

Building Better Sites & Apps

How We Do It

Languages Frameworks & APIs

DI's expertise includes Front-End, Back-End, Mobile, Calculation Engines, as well as 3rd-Party Integration. Combining strategic planning, requirements gathering, usability, creativity, and technology, DI transforms business objectives into compelling digital experiences. We strive to create the best user experience for our clients and their customers/users. Following a project launch, our clients experience some pretty impressive results. Greater brand awareness. Increased web-site traffic. Improved search result rankings. More ideal customer leads. The list goes on and on. for some time-to-market is the key, for others a consistent product platform is the most critical factor.

Front-End

These Front-End technologies generally run in the browser and provide the UI / UX. The backbone of the Front-End is HTML and CSS, which provide the core markup language and styling. Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, and JSON provide more dynamic capability for the UI / UX. The Front-End can be any combination of HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, or JSON.

Back-End

The Back-End technologies generally run on the server and provide dynamic data and complex logic. The backbone of the Back-End is usually a server-side language like PHP or JAVA, along with a database like MySQL or Postgres. The Back-End can be any combination of a server-side language, database, and server.

Frameworks

Frameworks are generally a light weight library written in a core Front-End or Back-End language to provide an easier and cleaner implementation. The Zend and Codeigninter Frameworks are both writtern in PHP, where as Spring, Struts, and Hibernate Frameworks are all written in JAVA. BackBone, Angular, and jQuery Frameworks are writting in Javascript.

APIs

An Application Programming Interface (API) is generally a set of routines, protocals, and tools provided by a 3rd-Party for building functionality. Utilizing an API requires some level of integration to get the system to communicate properly with the 3rd-Party API. Some of the more popular APIs include Paypal, Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter.

How We Do It

Sites & Apps with 360° Solutions
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Get Started Today

DI can provide a quote based on your high level requirements and scope of the project. Once we get the ball rolling a more accurate cost and timeframe can be provided through an extensive design phase. For a quote please email us at: info@DoubleIntegration.com

Get Started Today

DI can provide a quote based on your high level requirements and scope of the project. Once we get the ball rolling a more accurate cost and timeframe can be provided through an extensive design phase. For a quote please email us at: info@DoubleIntegration.com

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