Why to say yes to AngularJS in the admin dashboard

Almost any web project should have an admin part. Some web projects have an admin dashboard that takes nearly 50% or more of all functionality, especially in B2B projects. In such cases, it is very important to use the best approach you can to develop the dashboard. Here are the most important front-end features you … Continue reading

What You Should Know Before Choosing Angular 2+

It’s not Angular 1 While the brand name and main developer team are the same, it is not Angular 1, meaning, it is a completely rewritten framework and thus migrating from 1.x to 2+ requires learning Angular 2+ as a new framework. Learning and documentation Angular 2+ has quite a steep learning curve compared to … Continue reading

Flex to HTML5/AngularJS Migration Approach

Challenges of staying with Flex Cost will always be a major concern if you plan to upgrade your software to conform to up-to-date technologies to keep pace with progress. However, staying with a proprietary platform may cost your business far more than the decision to migrate. If you plan to stick with Flex your software … Continue reading

HTML5/AngularJS/ReactJS Development. Migration from the existing Flash systems

What we do Development from zero Migration to latest AngularJS versions Assessment and implementation methodology Migration from Adobe Flash to AngularJS, ReactJS Professional consultation on migration and related services Key benefits of working with us Proven methodology: we have successful case studies in developing and migrating with AngularJS/HTML5. Vast experience: 12+ years of commercial software development experience. … Continue reading

A migration History: from AngularJS 1.3 to 1.5 and then 2.0

I’d like to tell the story of some of our recent experiences with a number of AngularJS version migrations across a range of different projects. It’s a brief overview of what our development team has experienced and the challenges we’ve encountered. Hopefully, it will help anyone walking the same road. If you’re still developing with … Continue reading