Since our team is quite small (to maintain a strong emphasis and focus on each client's needs), we are frequently booked to full-capacity, and only take 1-2 new projects at a time. For this reason, it's important that you:
We are a premium team with premium knowledge that will produce a high-quality end result for your software. Because of our high standards for our own work, we'll never accept a project that we aren't capable of completing to your (and our) satisfaction.
If you're prepared to hire cheap — or bad — agencies, you can close this tab right now, because Software On the Road is neither.
Hear from Our Customers 🗣
1. Use a 3 layer architecture.— The Node Dev (@The_Node_Dev) April 19, 2019
2. Don't put your business logic into the express.js controllers.
3. Use PubSub pattern and emit events for background tasks.
author: @SantyPK4 https://t.co/InphRaigi2
I’m so tired of reading articles claiming what is the best node.js framework based on biased opinions or sponsorships.— The Node Dev (@The_Node_Dev) August 23, 2019
So here are the top node.js frameworks ranked by daily downloads, the data was taken from npmjs .com itself.
author: @SantyPK4 https://t.co/dnN1JeHdSQ
Expect to be included on all daily team communications through Slack, where we'll post all progress to keep you up-to-date without being intrusive or distracting. We strive to provide full transparency throughout the process, so you'll always know what we're working on — we will NEVER "ghost" you, or disappear without finishing the project. It's our goal to establish rapport with you early on in the process, showcasing our professionalism through our honesty and transparency about what we can and cannot do for you.
We also provide weekly or bi-weekly phone services, during which time we'll discuss the objectives for the sprint.
We ask that you create a GitHub account, and then proceed to create a code repository (a place where the code is stored for internal collaboration). Every change we make will be sent there.
The code base is yours to do whatever you'd like with it — we don't have any rights to it.
When you launch your MVP to production, we'll never leave you behind. Instead, you'll receive help with everything related to infrastructure scalability, including monitoring the database for possible optimizations, horizontal scalability for the servers, and hotfixes for any potential bugs.
The time it will take to build your app depends on the specifications, features, and iterations the app will need. The number of software developers involved in the project will also be a factor. For an MVP, we typically offer a team of two software developers working full-time on your project, which is the minimum. If your project requires a bigger team, we'll provide additional developers.
After the process is concluded and the application is launched, we'll continue to provide production support for you.
We've had some clients who've come to us with horrible, spaghetti-tangled messes of codes in the past, and we were successful in working with such codes without affecting performance or service availability. However, this is not a simple process, and generally takes some time to work through.
Fortunately, if you merely need a new feature, or a modification to an existing feature, we can do that for you in far less time, adjusting our development skills to the existing codebase without damaging anything.
Of course — we're open to that! Contact us to see whether our team might be a good fit for your specific needs.
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