Ejyle has deep technical expertise, domain knowledge, robust accelerators and built-in agile culture to design, build and deliver modern and high-performance web and mobile applications across different platforms. Ejyle uses modern platforms, architecture, practices and patterns to ensure future viability and readiness of the applications it builds for its clients.
Application Service Offerings
Web Application Development
We develop responsive web applications that run consistently across different browsers, are accessible to all users, load fast, and offer great user experience. We build web applications across different paradigms including single-page applications (SPAs).
Mobile Application Development
We build native and cross-platform mobile applications for iOS and Android that engage users, offer good user experience and follow individual platform design guidelines. The applications we build take advantage of device capabilities and features efficiently.
APIs & Services Development
We build secure and scalable RESTful APIs and web services across different platforms with universal capabilities like OAuth, throttling, sorting, and filtering. We write robust, detailed, and developer-friendly documentation to ensure smooth implementation.
While doing testing is an integral part of our application development services, we also offer application testing as an independent service. We do functional testing, performance testing, load testing, and browser compatibility testing using manual methods and automation tools.
Legacy applications overtime become too complex to maintain. Transforming them into modern applications can make a world of difference in streamlining business operations and enhancing value. Ejyle uses various well-established re-architecting, re-factoring, and re-engineering techniques to modernize complex legacy applications.
We help our clients to dramatically improve the performance of their existing applications, services, and database systems. We use sophisticated tools & techniques to identify bottlenecks and areas of optimizations and then engineer the performance fixes methodically and systematically.
Platforms & TechnologiesKey Platforms and Technologies our Engineers use to Build and Test Applications
We use .NET, Visual Studio, C#, and other similar tools to build .NET based web applications and services. At Ejyle, we have built web applications, desktop tools, and services using .NET Framework, and .NET Core.
Microsoft .NET 5
.NET 5 offers a new universal, cross-platform, free, and open-source platform. At Ejyle, we are now using .NET 5 for any new .NET development to stay current with the overall Microsoft development ecosystem.
We use Xamarin to build cross-platform mobile applications. We generally suggest Xamarin to our clients if Microsoft .NET happens to be their overall development ecosystem for easier maintenance.
Java programming language is at the heart of many web applications, cross-platform tools, services, and Android applications that we have built at Ejyle for our clients.
We have used J2EE-based including Java-based open source libraries and frameworks to build mission-critical and scalable middleware and complex enterprise applications.
LAMP stack has been the most popular technology stack for most of the websites in the world for a very long time. LAMP’s popularity is primarily driven by free and open source platforms like WordPress (powers ejyle.com website).
We build native Android applications using Android SDK, Java or Kotlin, and Android Studio. We also prefer to use the Material Design from Google to build the Android user interface.
We build native iOS and iPadOS applications using iOS/iPadOS SDK, Swift, and XCode. We prefer to use Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines to build the iOS/iPadOS user interfaces.
We use MicroFocus’s very popular LoadRunner tool to load test applications to identify scalability, reliability, and availability issues.
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