Front-End Expertise

The launch of the first iPhone in 2007 coupled with the rise of GAFA has changed our perception of interfaces. In an increasingly digital world, UI (Front-end expertise) is now front and center of successful projects and client satisfaction in software development.

Our approach.

A user-centric approach.

  • Our Front-End expertise brings together a selection of experts monitoring new trends and the de-velopment of good practices. We can support you across several major themes:
  • ELegacy: historical know-how (Winforms / WPF for .Net, for example)
  • EApps: For the Web (epitomized by ReactJS or Angular), iOS or Android. Future-oriented technolo-gies designed for applications for increasingly diversified devices - smartphones, TVs, smartwatch-es, connected objects etc.
  • ETesting / Optimization
  • EFront-End / Back-end interactions (Rest,GraphQL, RxJS)
Nicolas Erny
Manager – Front-end Expertise

Are you passionate ? So are we !

Join us.

About front-end expertise.

Why should you be interested in front end?

The closest point to the user, front-end is at the heart of successful projects. Design, ergonomics and accessibility are, for example, key elements in the delivery of our solutions. From a technical point of view, it is also an opportunity to discover constantly evolving technolo-gies. Clearly, there’s no time to be bored in front-end! Currently, React, Vuejs and Angular are the dominant frameworks, but challengers could change that situation.

And what about mobiles?

Mobile phones have upended our habits and created new uses. Apps have become almost indis-pensable.

In this context, developers cannot ignore this new environment and the parameters which con-strain them:

  • Responsive websites which adapt to each device.
  • Native applications: iOs, Android.
  • Hybrid applications: React Native.
  • Mobile-first approach.

Why is accessibility so important?

Accessibility consists in making websites available to the largest number of people. Often, we only think about disability, but accessibility also relates to users of mobile devices, or people with low-speed internet connections. A requirement by law in some countries, making websites / apps accessible is the right thing to do. This can involve, for example, the use of semantic HTML and implementing good practice.