Technologies we use
At VeryCreatives, we select our tools carefully. We believe that picking the right tools for the job results in more successful software products.
But we cannot stop here. As technologists, we are always on the lookout to bring in the best new technology so that our clients can benefit from the cutting edge solutions of the industry.
Ruby on Rails
Ruby on Rails is the backbone of our technology stack. It is perfect for rapid application development to reach the go-to-market stage fast.
Ruby is a startup favorite, it is one of the most popular languages among tech startups. Many Silicon Valley unicorns have been built on Ruby, including Airbnb, Twitch, GitHub, and Twitter.
Elixir & Phoenix
Besides Ruby, we are heavy users of Elixir when we need to process lots of data with a low footprint.
The multithreading capabilities of this programming language make it a perfect solution for serving high-performance API backends, data mining, and parallel processing.
React.js & Vue.js
We make sure the user interface of our products works on all browsers and rapid-fast. With the help or React.js and Vue.js along ES6, we are prepared for the future of the web.
Lightweight, responsive, reactive.
iOS, Apple Watch & Android
Native power of the bare metal.
Flutter, Cross-platform mobile
Save development costs and bring your idea to market faster by leveraging Flutter, Google’s UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled cross-platform mobile applications.
Amazon AWS & Docker
Be it Amazon AWS or a custom VPS, our dockerized applications run smoothly on your servers.
Standard and custom deployment pipelines are available with plenty of flexibilities.
Third party & custom integrations
Wide range of 3rd party integrations are available. Be it SAP, Stripe, Checkout.com, Mercury, PayPal, VISA Checkout, ApplePay, Mailchimp, Intercom, Segment.io, Twilio, Nexmo, ZenDesk, TokBox, Asana, Social networks or various Google services, just to name a few.
Custom integration of your own special software is something we would love to explore.
- Ruby on Rails
- iOS & iPad OS
- Apple Watch OS
- Cross-platform Flutter
- Amazon AWS