We are a growing custom software development team in Sydney, Australia who get things done
We are Outcome Driven.
Return on investment is an important part of our projects – we want to work with successful businesses and help them save money on processes.
Our core business is modern, reliable, supported web-based apps.
We use a Fresh Toolchain.
We use modern development tools so your app is snappy and responsive for years to come.
The API comes first – modern software development is about connected tools.
We test our software, compulsively.
Automated testing means the software we build does what it says on the box, even many years and developers down the track.
When one line of code is changed, the functionality of the whole project is automatically tested for expected results.
We are a small company.
A boutique you might say. That makes us client focused and driven by the success of our clients.
We take care of security updates, maintenance and backups so you can just use your app and get on with business.
We run full, encrypted daily off-site backups of all customer data (and intra-day where required) and pro-actively monitor for issues.
We blog a little bit.
Read a few posts here:
- WooToApp – Convert a WooCommerce store to a mobile app - I’ve had my head down with a few trusty devs coming up with a beta to bundle up and convert a WooCommerce store to a mobile app.
- Sample Homestead.yaml file for windows - I use Vagrant/Homestead for PHP, WordPress, Laravel development at Code Workshop day in day out with no issues anymore about ‘developing on windows’. xdebug bolts up fine, and there’s far fewer issues when deploying to production because of the matching linux environment. Here’s a cut down example of my homestead.yaml file that I use and …
- Compiling dynamically inserted Angular Components - A pattern that comes up a lot in Angular is substituting an angular component into a string when it’s being rendered.
- Laravel Snippets: Useful Packages - I’ve got a library of go-to packages for Laravel projects that can knock days off a project. When the wheel is invented, developed, and proven in production, there’s no good business case to do it again.
- WordPress Snippet: Creating an action endpoint - 90% of my WordPress based work is API integrations and back-end systems integration work. It’s important to be able to quickly and easily have two systems speaking to each other.