When you come to us for Full-stack JS development, we ensure that your questions get answers. We have a tremendous support team in the U.S. and Europe, and assign two project managers to your full-stack project, leaving no stone unturned.
Some people take the money and run. We’re not built that way. We want your JS programming to be flawless and stay that way. You can put us on retainer so that we can become a long-term coding partner to meet all of your JS development needs.
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Our JS programmers are a breed apart. We have set the bar high as far as standards, and our JS development team goes above and beyond. Your project will get tested, and then re-tested, and just because we’re insanely meticulous, we’ll test it again. Is that obsession? Maybe so, but that’s how we roll.
Full stack development means mastery of client side and server side programs, and we are skilled on both ends. On the client side, we support the usual suspects like HTML and CSS, with some newbies like React and jQuery. On the server side, we offer PHP, SQL, Vue.js, and Node.js.
Once your site is created by our JS developers, it is subjected to a battery of tests on all devices by 3 different layers of team members.
The original coders get the first shot, and then they pass it along to a dedicated tester with a prickly attitude. Finally, a skeptical designer will look high and low for any visual flaws.
Not until all 3 layers give a thumbs-up will we ship the end-product off to your in-box. Then we will rest, knowing that your site will look beautiful and function perfectly.
What if you only have desktop designs? No biggie! Most of our clients want us to make their websites responsive for them.
Our staff designers coordinate with our JS developers to scale your site to smaller screens, completing the full stack circle. Your site will look amazing no matter where or when it loads.
With real, caring people.
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