A migration to an autoscaling infrastructure. Setting up a deployment pipeline. Careless growth.
We completely refactored a project for upgrading from Symfony 3.x to the latest 4.x version
We modified one of our old Craft 2 plugins with an interesting feature.
A mini cloud server that you can see working while holding it in your hand. The device can run in a production street.
We calculated the costs for hosting an API at AWS. The client expects quick growth but of unknown size, so AWS Cloud may be a viable option.
Today we conducted an API stresstest. For the test we used recordings of actual user sessions of an app.
We managed to update a React Native application with the latest frameworks and libraries. The application is now stable and up to standards again. The app stores accepted the React Native application gracefully.
We are developing a demo/proof of concept for video recording within React Native. Within an existing application the user will be able to submit and view recorded video content, with the purpose of starting an interactive dialogue.
ElasticSearch is now deployed at Amazon Webservices for a client of us. Now we can scale in a virtually unlimited fashion, as needed. By using AWS for Elastic, a lower price/hr is achieved (starting at US$30) compared to other SaaS providers. The installation is almost maintenance free.