July 18, 2015
by Warren Tudor, Director, dotNear
Angular.JS and Node.js help to solve some difficult problems on both the client and server side in a way which supports rapid development and can scale to enterprise levels. This just gives a few reasons why onshore and nearshore Angular.JS Developers are increasingly leveraging such frameworks.
- Developing the whole service or application in a single language has to be better – right!
- It’s open source – Bill Gates already has far too much money
Client-side Application Development with Angular.JS
The Node.js server- http://nodejs.org is particularly awesome, so it’s worthy some further explanation.
There is a vast range of ‘Node Package Modules’ (NPMs) to choose from, so you don’t actually have to write that much code.
– Express.JS – http://expressjs.com , a minimal and flexible node.js web application framework for building single and multi-page web applications.
dotNear blends technically excellent developers, nearshore proximity, clear communication and a collaborative approach to application development.
Our teams work out of Bucharest, Romania – the largest city in Eastern Europe within EU borders, and 6th largest overall in the EU, a city with a rich academic tradition in mathematics and applied sciences.
Software development team extension is our core business, and managing productive teams of nearshore developers (team extensions for your internal engineers) is what we are good at. With that in mind, we keep an open eye on the end result: software products and custom applications, which we develop most of the times in a joint effort with our customers – although we are known to deliver when we work on our own, as well.
Far from a body-shop, not only do we provide 10X* nearshore software developers, but we can also assist with UI/UX design, Business Analysis, QA Engineers and Software Architecture to help you achieve those milestones on time. More on us at www.dotnear.com