V E R T I Z Z

TECHNOLOGY STACK​

Well, for the benefit of doubt, it will be nice if we expatiate on what technology stack is all about. This is a specific guideline for executing some IT ideas in prospect. A technology stack must consist of tools like libraries, frameworks, programming languages, and many other tech development tools. The competitiveness, scalability, functionality, maintenance, and viability are determined on how well the tools as mentioned above work in synergy. Here in Vertizz, we have divided our Technology Stack
services into two parts: the server-side and the client-side.

The client-side (otherwise known as front-end) enables interaction between the server-side and the user (back-end). The Front-end technology apparatus is responsible for things users see on their screens and provides optimization, configuration, and operations of every other interface elements. The back-end performs a few numbers of tasks: to store, manage data, and to modify the operations of the front-end (the client-side). To further certify our curiosity about our capacity to provide top-notch technology stack service, it will be fair if we lead you through some of the front-end and back-end included in our procedure. They include:

 FRONT END TECHNOLOGIES:

  • JavaScript.
  • HTML/HTML5.
  • ReactJS, AngularJS, jQuery, React, Node.js, (which is under UI-frameworks and library section).
  • CSS.

 BACK END TECHNOLOGIES:

  • Django, Node.js, .NET, e.t.c. (Various frameworks build over programming languages section).
  • AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Heroku, e.t.c. (Cloud infrastructures and services section).
  • Nginx, Apache (The webserver).
  • Operating system.
  • C#, Objective-C, Java, PHP, Python, e.t.c. (Programming languages section).
  • Databases: Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, NodeJS, e.t.c.

The messaging section of our technology stack determines the data format used in transferring data from one service point to the other. Here in Vertizz, XML is used as the text-based protocol, which is why all the tree structure is usually called "a document." The XML doesn't come with data descriptions that are different from the data itself, contrary to delimited or fixed data formats; the messages are usually self-explanatory. So, we have taken time to carefully create tags around the data, giving it a name in the (document) tree structure.

We have categorized our technology stack services in such a way that prospective clients can understand the project features and requirements before signing up for it. For example, a single-page application, which is a well-established stack like Node.js, can be a perfect choice for small projects.

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