Frontend Development Technologies

At the crossroads of creativity and functionality, we design engaging user interfaces. Our expertise spans frontend finesse to fullstack prowess, utilizing technologies that create outstanding digital experiences. Join us in shaping the future of user interaction.

Web Technologies

HTML5: The latest version of Hypertext Markup Language, essential for structuring web content.

CSS3: Cascading Style Sheets used to style and format HTML elements.

JavaScript (ES6+): A versatile scripting language for adding interactivity and functionality.

Frontend Frameworks

Blazor: A Microsoft framework for building interactive web applications using C# and .NET instead of JavaScript.

React: A popular JavaScript library for building dynamic user interfaces.

Angular: A comprehensive framework for building single-page applications.

Vue.js: A progressive framework for building user interfaces, suitable for both small and large projects.

UI/UX Design

Fluent Design System: Microsoft’s design language focusing on creating consistent, intuitive, and visually appealing user experiences.

Figma: A collaborative design tool for creating user interfaces and prototypes.

Adobe XD: A vector-based design and prototyping tool for web and mobile apps.

Responsive Design

Media Queries: CSS techniques for adapting layouts to different screen sizes.

Flexbox: A layout model for designing flexible and responsive layouts.

CSS Grid: A two-dimensional layout system for creating grid-based designs.

State Management

Redux: A predictable state container for managing complex application states in JavaScript.

MobX: A simple and scalable state management library.

Styling Libraries

Fluent UI: Microsoft’s collection of UI components for building web experiences that follow

Bootstrap: Not a Microsoft product, but it’s a widely used CSS framework for responsive designs.

SASS/SCSS: Preprocessors that extend CSS with variables, nesting, and functions.

LESS: Another CSS preprocessor that simplifies stylesheet development.

Frontend Testing

Jest: A JavaScript testing framework with a focus on simplicity.

Testing Library: A suite of testing utilities for writing maintainable and accessible tests.

Browser DevTools

Microsoft Edge DevTools: The built-in developer tools in the Microsoft Edge browser, allowing debugging and inspecting web content.

Chrome DevTools: Browser-based tools for debugging, profiling, and testing web applications.

Web Animation:

Web Animations API: A JavaScript API for controlling animations and transitions in the browser.

CSS Animations: Animating elements using CSS transitions and keyframes.

GreenSock Animation Platform (GSAP): A JavaScript library for advanced animations.

Performance Optimization

Microsoft Clarity: A web analytics tool that helps identify user experience issues.

Web Lighthouse: A tool for auditing web page performance, accessibility, and more.

Performance Metrics: Tools for measuring and optimizing website speed and responsiveness.

Lazy Loading: Delaying the loading of non-essential assets to improve page load time.

Accessibility (A11y)

Accessibility Insights: A suite of tools for testing and improving the accessibility of web applications.

axe: An accessibility testing library for automating accessibility tests in your web applications.

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG): Guidelines for creating accessible web content.