Our preferred methodologies

Our clients come to us with varying degrees of rigor when it comes to project management. Some have a mature development culture that slices the work to be completed into bite-size chunks, sets priorities, and manages the delivery of those tasks. They may even have a defined quality assurance and deployment process. With a client like that, we use the tools and processes they’re familiar with, and look for ways we can streamline our partnership even more.

Other clients don’t have development processes in place when we meet them, and just want to know when their project is going to be done. In these cases, we’re often in the position of establishing processes, selecting tools, and educating the client about how we can work best for them.

At iSolve we prefer Agile Development methodologies. Agile software development methodology is an process for developing software (like other software development methodologies – Waterfall model, V-Model, Iterative model etc.) However, Agile methodology differs significantly from other methodologies. In English, Agile means ‘ability to move quickly and easily’ and responding swiftly to change – this is a key aspect of Agile software development as well.

We follow Best Practices

iSolve developers follow best practice programming standards which include:

  • Following proper naming and formatting conventions
  • Code maintenance and readability
  • Reusability
  • Recommended commenting techniques
  • Useful error handling
  • Memory sufficient code
  • Route code reviews

Our Cross-Platform Development Tools kit

The diversity of devices and operating systems such as iOS, Android and Windows has made mobile application landscape complex and challenging. Whether it’s iOS or Android we know how to build cross platform applications that work on all devices, this is why we are experts in Coding apps using:
  • Xamarin
  • Xamarin is a cross-platform development tool that our developers build native iOS and Android apps, as well as Windows and Mac apps, using a single shared C# codebase, and boasts a number of big name brands among its clients, including Microsoft, Kellogg’s, Bosch and Dow Jones.

  • Phone GapCordova
  • Formerly known as Phone Gap it is a platform that allow us to build Native Hybrid Mobile Applications using HTML5, CSS and Java Script. In other words, it allows apps to run on most Smartphone devices and without knowing it users will not be able to tell the difference between a native and non-native app.

  • js
  • Node.js is an open source server framework built on Chrome’s JavaScript runtime for easily building fast and scalable network applications. Making it the perfect tool for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices.

  • AngularJS
  • AngularJS is a structural framework that allows us to develop dynamic web apps, that makes building complex, data-heavy web apps with JavaScript function better.

  • Bootstrap
  • Bootstrap is the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first web sites and web applications.

  • Onsen UI
  • Onsen UI is a new JavaScript and CSS framework that allows is to make beautiful hybrid mobile apps using HTML5 and Cordova apps.

  • Ionic
  • Similar to Onsen UI, Ionic is a complete open-source SDK that allows is to engage in hybrid mobile app development. Built on top of AngularJS and Apache Cordova, Ionic provides tools and services for developing hybrid mobile apps using Web technologies like CSS, HTML5, and Sass.

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