For brand-new projects, we currently favor leaning toward NodeJS with a GraphQL API on the server, and applying ReactJS, React Native, and Redux on the client (web-browser or native mobile app).
We don’t just throw code at problems – we tailor an effective and efficient solution. Making a judicious decision about the technologies used for your project can have significant and long-lasting consequences for your company. Trust our experienced team to help you select the right technology solutions.
In every aspect of our processes, we choose the most efficient tools and technologies to streamline our workflows.
We use tools like Slack for chatting it up, Trello to keep projects neatly organized, Google Docs for collaborative content editing, and Github for source code and issue tracking.
Our developers use the latest tools and productivity-enhancing workflows to achieve nearly a 100% increase in code delivery. Our custom development stack includes voice commands, dynamic code snippets, and advanced computer automation techniques that enable our developers to focus on creativity and ingenuity, avoiding the repetitive boilerplate work that often consumes 50% of development time.
At Codera, we are industry thought-leaders in advanced software development practices. We have created the industry’s first “voice-to-code” dictation system for programmers: voicecode.io. Writing our code by voice improves productivity, code-quality, testability, and in-code documentation. Furthermore, it eliminates Repetitive Strain Injury and developer fatigue. What does this mean for you? It means code is delivered to you faster and cleaner.Learn More >
The right processes can make or break a project. Processes are the glue that aligns the designers, developers, project managers, and product stakeholders into a cohesive and efficient unit.
Once an MVP has been delivered, our continuous delivery approach means we are already looking at the next feature release. Features are prioritized based on data and feedback from real users. All code is centralized in one transparent central repository and every feature is released independently to reduce bugs. Continuous Delivery means:
Bottom Line: High quality code, faster delivery, & more flexibility.
Most projects greatly benefit from an MVP Product Strategy. MVP means “Minimum Viable Product”. The first step is to define the minimum critical features required for the project to reach a level of functionality acceptable to its first beta users. From there, more and more “extra” and “nice to have” features are added until the full vision of the product emerges.
By focusing on the core features first, it allows more creativity and iterative changes to be made - reducing costly changes later on - and increasing the chances of the product becoming a success.