Bootstrap

Bootstrap is an open source CSS framework. This allows us to quickly develop responsive websites with a high-quality look & feel. Maintenance is very efficient due to a uniform structure.

React

React JS is developed by Facebook. Companies such as Netflix, Yahoo and Airbnb almost immediately embraced its benefits. React is extremely popular worldwide. We use it because of the high speed development it facilitates based on the large amount of available libraries. We use React Native for the (front end) development of our mobile apps.




Flask

Flask is a Python based framework. It provides tools, libraries and technologies suitable for programming web applications. We chose this lightweight web framework because it allows larger projects to be delivered at a nice speed without great software robustness and quality.




Wagtail CMS

The combination of a website in Python / Django, with a Wagtail CMS, offers various advantages for both content managers/editors and users alike. Advantages:

  • Open source, so a large and dynamic community with significant cost benefits;
  • Quickly to use thanks to very comprehensible modules and
  • Very user-friendly, so easy to use for webmasters & content editors.




Python

Python is open source and is used in development of web applications, used as a scripting language in operating systems and as a programming language for mathematical and scientific programs. It is extremely popular. Python is the primary language behind some highly sought after (new) technologies. Machine learning, artificial intelligence, big data and robotics are largely dependent on Python.




Gitlab

Gitlab originated in Utrecht, The Netherlands; by coincidence also the birthplace of Sosar. It is similar to Github or Bitbucket: platforms where software developers collaborate on open source projects. It covers all phases of the DevOps cycle and has top-notch security built in. It allows us to manage the versions of our software with maximum transparency.




Docker

We strongly believe in architectures based on micro-services and "application containerization". Containers are a natural choice for micro-services, responding to the need for lightweight components that can be easily managed and dynamically replaced. It is increasingly becoming an alternative for setting up and running software and is already a competitor for package systems and full virtualization.




Kubernetes

With this wonderful tool we can manage and automate our implementations and software updates. With Kubernetes, we save money because we can optimize infrastructure resources through more efficient use of hardware. It helps us orchestrate containers on multiple hosts. A great technical tool created by Google engineers.




PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL has built a strong reputation for its proven architecture, reliability, data integrity and robust set of features. PostgreSQL is free and open source and highly extensible. It helps us to define our own data types, to build custom functions and to write code from different programming languages, without recompiling the database.




Bootstrap

Bootstrap is an open source CSS framework. This allows us to quickly develop responsive websites with a high-quality look & feel. Maintenance is very efficient due to a uniform structure.

React

React JS is developed by Facebook. Companies such as Netflix, Yahoo and Airbnb almost immediately embraced its benefits. React is extremely popular worldwide. We use it because of the high speed development it facilitates based on the large amount of available libraries. We use React Native for the (front end) development of our mobile apps.


Flask

Flask is a Python based framework. It provides tools, libraries and technologies suitable for programming web applications. We chose this lightweight web framework because it allows larger projects to be delivered at a nice speed without great software robustness and quality.


Wagtail CMS

The combination of a website in Python / Django, with a Wagtail CMS, offers various advantages for both content managers/editors and users alike. Advantages:

  • Open source, so a large and dynamic community with significant cost benefits;
  • Quickly to use thanks to very comprehensible modules and
  • Very user-friendly, so easy to use for webmasters & content editors.


Python

Python is open source and is used in development of web applications, used as a scripting language in operating systems and as a programming language for mathematical and scientific programs. It is extremely popular. Python is the primary language behind some highly sought after (new) technologies. Machine learning, artificial intelligence, big data and robotics are largely dependent on Python.


Gitlab

Gitlab originated in Utrecht, The Netherlands; by coincidence also the birthplace of Sosar. It is similar to Github or Bitbucket: platforms where software developers collaborate on open source projects. It covers all phases of the DevOps cycle and has top-notch security built in. It allows us to manage the versions of our software with maximum transparency.


Docker

We strongly believe in architectures based on micro-services and "application containerization". Containers are a natural choice for micro-services, responding to the need for lightweight components that can be easily managed and dynamically replaced. It is increasingly becoming an alternative for setting up and running software and is already a competitor for package systems and full virtualization.


Kubernetes

With this wonderful tool we can manage and automate our implementations and software updates. With Kubernetes, we save money because we can optimize infrastructure resources through more efficient use of hardware. It helps us orchestrate containers on multiple hosts. A great technical tool created by Google engineers.


PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL has built a strong reputation for its proven architecture, reliability, data integrity and robust set of features. PostgreSQL is free and open source and highly extensible. It helps us to define our own data types, to build custom functions and to write code from different programming languages, without recompiling the database.