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Leveraging the right technologies
for your custom solution

Ruby is a dynamic Open Source pro­gram­ming lan­guage. Its ele­gant syn­tax and the pow­er­ful inter­play of pro­gram­ming par­a­digms bor­rowed from var­i­ous other lan­guages increase the devel­op­ers pro­duc­tiv­ity by a large degree.

For sim­ple web appli­ca­tions, we like to use the microframe­work "Si­na­tra", which sup­ports the effi­cient imple­men­ta­tion of Rest APIs or sin­gle-page web appli­ca­tion­s.

For prob­lems that require a more sophis­ti­cated solu­tion, we work with the web frame­work "Ruby on Rail­s". It pro­vides means of devel­op­ing ful­l-fea­tured web appli­ca­tions effi­ciently and cost-ef­fec­tive­ly.

JavaScript is an inter­preted pro­gram­ming lan­guage that has pri­mar­ily been used for devel­op­ing dynamic web­sites for web browsers. In the recent years, a large com­mu­nity has formed around it, prop­a­gat­ing JavaScript as the pri­mary lan­guage across the whole soft­ware stack­.

At the same time, the web has evolved tremen­dously and so have the require­ments of its users. Users expect to have a snappy UI and real-time inter­ac­tiv­i­ty. To develop excel­lent real-time web appli­ca­tions, we use the ful­l-s­tack web frame­work "Me­te­or".

In most cas­es, we advo­cate web tech­nolo­gies for the devel­op­ment of mobile appli­ca­tions, because those allow us to use the same code base across a mul­ti­tude of dif­fer­ent plat­form­s.

Some­times it is ben­e­fi­cial to lever­age native tech­nolo­gies, for instance to enhance and opti­mize per­for­mance of cer­tain parts of your appli­ca­tion. In any case, we use the tech­nol­ogy that suits your solu­tion best.

Ruby on Rails

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Sina­tra

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Mete­or.js

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Node.js

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Qt 5.5

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Elixir

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Arthur Leonard Ander­sen
LISP Enthu­si­ast
Arthurs dig­i­tal jour­ney began at the age of eight. For 10 years now he has been work­ing as a pro­fes­sional soft­ware devel­oper in the fields of web and mobile. When he is not work­ing for velaluqa, he improves his Emacs setup, works on songs or he's lost in nature.
Franz Kißig
Soft­ware Addict
When he got an old Pen­tium 1 being 9 years old, it was basi­cally deter­mined how things will go on. Still in school, he turned teach­ing eval­u­a­tion upside down with a soft­ware and a stu­dent com­pa­ny. He has been focus­ing on pro­fes­sional web and appli­ca­tion devel­op­ment for more than 10 years.
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Arthur Andersen, Franz Kißig