Software development platforms stand for integrated development environments. As newest technologies and usabilities arise, software development platforms extend their coverage area and develop in new forms. Codespring team grew experience on the following types of software development platforms:
Development environments designed for devices of regular use at a main single point location represent the most classical operating systems. Our team is used with working on Windows, Linux and MacOS.
Being widespread, Windows operating system has both client and server versions. It is much appreciated because it provides an easy to use graphical user interface.
Linux based solutions are a viable alternative to Windows or Mac based solution, not only for server purposes, but for standard desktop purposes too. MacOS is enjoyed because of its pleasant user interface, simplicity, robustness, lack of viruses and more. However, programming of the Mac OS X requires a special knowledge that is not very common in our area.
Enabling computing resources over a network (typically over the Internet) involves applications, platforms and infrastructure. Codespring has built experience under multiple cloud deployment models: public cloud, community cloud, hybrid cloud and private cloud.
Using various application servers (Apache Tomcat, JBoss, IIS 7.0, GlassFish) with multiple programming languages (C#, Visual Basic, Java) and combined technologies, our cloud projects meet multiple objectives: they reach requested agility, achieve cost targets, allow device and location independence, facilitate multitenancy. The challenge is to also meet reliability and security indicators, to enhance performance and assure scalability and elasticity.
Programming environments for mobile devices and smartphones are also heading towards a usage peak. Due to our complex projects we have developed software and applications on Windows Mobile, Android and iOS.
Widely supported both among pocket PCs and industrial mobile computers, Windows Mobile proves to be a good choice for various projects. On the other hand, derived from Mac OS X and using similar development tools (Xcode, Objective C, Core Foundation, Cocoa-Touch, etc.) iPhone OS is among the most popular mobile phone operating systems. Android is the recognized challenger and more and more customers choose to develop their applications on this OS.
The Integration Aspect
In the latest projects, the home truth is that software products and solutions are being deployed over diverse devices and support complex systems. Therefore an important aspect of software development today is the integration of desktop, cloud and mobile components in one functional constituent. A system is expected to perform the same functions on ever developing devices.