The way end-users utilize software—and the way providers deliver it to them—has changed. Mobile devices are full-fledged computing platforms, used by consumers and relied on by enterprises around the world. Organizations are even finding that mobile counterparts to their existing desktop and web applications are now must-haves. iMustardSoft can help. We build programs on the market's two most popular mobile platforms—the Android and iOS systems—offering you both native applications and mobile counterparts to desktop programs.
To connect with your market, your web applications need to be smart and intuitive. Making dynamic web applications that are user-friendly means the data libraries running behind the scenes need to be flexible. That's why we've worked with Open Source libraries like JQuery and Prototype. Starting from these foundations, we've built libraries that grow to accommodate the shifting—and often increasing—demands of sophisticated applications. The end result? Apps that users love to use.
Databases are the beating heart of any application—you can run your program, as long as the databases providing it with its information are in good shape. Selecting the right style of database for your project can make the difference between satisfied customers or interminable down-time. MySQL, an open-source database package, is the database of choice for many small- to medium-scale projects. With more than 100 million copies in circulation, MySQL is one of the most relied-upon databases in the world thanks to its robust transactional support and high performance.
The document-oriented database CouchDB allows more flexibility than traditional, SQL-based databases. For web applications or programs where you may expect to eventually draw large numbers of users, CouchDB is one of the best options available. Features like incremental Map/Reduce queries and a powerhouse of a replication mechanism mean it can scale to almost any size. You get to maximize up time, even as your user base grows.
At iMustardSoft, we are staunch supporters of the Open Source movement, and continue to contribute to Open Source communities. Our development team has a world-class understanding of how to break down, adapt and integrate Open Source components into original, custom applications.
The concept behind Open Source is simple: The best way to solve a problem is to collaborate with people who have already worked on similar issues. Some of today's most creative and potent development tools include Open Source components. Leveraging VNC, an Open Source software, allowed us to build Wand Command Center a customized, secure remote-access option for their resource planning system.