(If you know why you’re choosing React.js for your software, go ahead and skip this part. We’re doing this mostly for our SEO person, though also for all the people who really want to know whether React.js is the best option for them. But we can talk to you about it, too, instead of making you read all the extra paragraphs.)
React JS is a frontend library, meaning we’ll use it to build the app elements that users will see and interact with in their browser windows. While you can use it to build larger apps, it’s usually best for building smaller pieces of software like single-page apps or websites and progressive web applications. To create a mobile app, you’ll need to use React Native (for example), which is actually derived from React.js.
Now, to determine whether it is the best choice to build your software in, it’s best if you talk to people who can help you see all the pros and cons and see a larger picture – so not just the functionality but also the future of your app, your user requirements, and the business side of things.
Which is what we’ll gladly help you with – before we even write a line of code. And if we find a better, more optimal solution, we won’t hesitate to tell you while there’s still time to change things around.
React.js offers excellent page loading times, which is one of the factors Google’s algorithm really cares about (not to mention something your users will be thankful for.)
React.js components can be reused, saving time for developers that don’t have to write some features from scratch every time. And this, in turn, can make a massive difference in project timelines and budgets.
The way React.js was created, it allows developers to create apps fast and then also easily update them. Which means you’re never stuck with something nobody wants to update because it’s just not worth it.
Due to its modular structure, the code written in React.js is really flexible and easy to maintain. And this usually leads to considerable savings – in both time and money.
Like many other open-source languages, React.js has an active community that keeps working to make it more efficient and just an overall better programming language.
Thousands of companies worldwide use React.js for their apps. This includes Netflix, PayPal, Lyft, and even NASA. So you’ll be in good company (pun intended.)
If you don’t need the whole package, though, you’ll still get the right experts for your kind of project. They can work alongside your team, or you can just hand over the entire thing to us. We’ll figure that out together first to find what works best for you (and us.)
(If you don’t really need to read the answer to this question, scroll down to learn more about the specific custom web app development services we offer at DeSmart.)
Web app development is – guess what – the development of web applications, backend, frontend, and all. (And yes, we’re doing this for the SEO. Mostly.) Depending on the type of the actual web application, we’re talking about things like
Now, if you’re looking for an experienced web app development company for your next project, scroll down to see what we offer and why you should at least set up a chat with us.
At DeSmart, we always look at the big picture. This is because we’re a team of senior developers with two decades of experience in custom app development using a wide range of programming languages, including React.js. We’ve seen a lot in this time. And most of all, we’ve seen how technology fuels business growth for many companies. So we’re the type of React.js development company that’s focused on helping our clients’ businesses grow using the tech solutions that we can provide.
This means you’ll be working with people who don’t just write lines of code and push pixels. We’re going to spend quite some time together at the beginning of our project to make sure all the pieces fit together. And that you’re getting software that meets your expectations, your users’ need, and the goals for your business.
As a teal software company, we also do things a little differently than your typical software house. We have a really flat structure (we don’t even have a CEO). This means you won’t be redirected from person to person or have to wait for a reply or a week, going through a developer’s manager (or many of them). You’ll be in touch with the right people who actually build your software, can answer your questions, and can help you make decisions that will benefit your business.
1.We always start with consulting your project with our product and business teams to see if we’re indeed a good fit.
2.We’ll then create a cost estimate and a proposed timeline.
Then we’ll organize workshops to help us define the business and product requirements so that we can build the best software solution for your needs. The people who took part in the workshops will make up the foundation of your project team.
3.We sign the contract and set up a kickoff meeting to nail down all the project details.
Our development team will talk you through all the benefits and drawbacks of a specific technology for your specific project so that you know all you need to know to make your decision before you actually make it.
One of DeSmart’s core values is transparency, and we always inform our clients about any risks involved.
This really depends on your requirements. We have project managers, testers, and developers on board, and everyone’s equally involved in the project. This means you can talk directly to the developer working on your software and avoid the usual miscommunication that can happen when information travels through the hands and keyboards of multiple people.
Yes, we communicate using Slack and Jira and try not to use email too much. We’re also open to adjusting to the tools your company uses.
Oh, we are. In the past 19 years, we’ve completed over 200 projects and have a full-time in-house team of about 30 people. We’re also the founding members of sodapl.com – the Polish Software Development Association. Go to https://clutch.co/profile/desmart to read what our current and past clients have said about working with us.
We’re a boutique software house hiring a maximum of 30 people. Among other things, this means that your project is always a priority for us – we just can’t take on too many projects at a time. We’re also super honest and transparent and will always give you a clear picture of what’s going on.
Our team includes experts with many years of experience, and we’re often asked by other software houses to support them with their projects.
We also have a unique company culture. We’re teal-oriented and value a human approach to software development (which is why “Human-first software development” is our tagline) and work in general. And you can see it both in how we run the company and the way we work with our clients.
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