Web Development Tools

Our experts using the best web development frameworks support every phase of the product life cycle. 100% Confidential and Secure

Overview

Professional Web Development Does Matter!

The success of your website is dependent on web design, web development, and the best web development tools. As the web design covers the graphics and layout of your site, web development along with the best web development tools is equally important as it is the core coding that holds your web applications together. Strong web development supports your web design by ensuring that your pages load quickly and that your web structure is flexible enough to support your growing business.

Depending on the business needs, the web solutions are provided, and it is decided which tool is best for web development. Our developers choose from the most up-to-date tools and platforms available worldwide, each with a wide variety of features depending on the project requirement. Through the web development process, Openxcell has added value to its clients and their businesses for years.

Our website developers understand the importance of well-designed information architecture and integrated branding that engages visitors when they arrive on your site. OpenXcell provides a wide range of web application solutions by deploying the appropriate technology to meet the needs of individual clients.
We are experts in:

  • Developing web application using PHP, .NET, HTML5 & CSS3, Java and JavaScript
  • B2B, B2C web application development
  • Content management development(i.e., Customisation in Open Source CMS)
  • Product Development
  • RIA (Rich Internet Application) Development
  • Programming for Web Service
  • E-commerce (custom shopping cart) Solution
  • Website development that meets web 2.0 standards

 

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Our Web Tool Development Process

We follow step by step approach towards our end to end web development service

Research

Consultation, Requirement Gathering, Market & Competitor Research, Persona Behavior, Goal

Stage 1

Design & Prototype

Web Architecture, Design, Prototype, MVP, Wireframing

Stage 2

Development

Front-end Development, Logic & Functional Implementation, Software Coding, Optimization, Database (Back-end) Implementation

Stage 3

Testing

Quality Assurance, Troubleshooting, Testing

Stage 4

Deployment

Website Launch, Beta Live & Live

Stage 5
Software Product Development Evaluation

Evaluation

Performance Evaluation, Analytics Implementation

Stage 6

Maintenance & Update

Monitoring, Feedback, Analysis, Complete Support

Stage 7

FIGURES AND FACTS

Make the most of a world-class team and infrastructure

3

State-of-the-art
development facilities

SQ. MTR OF OFFICE SPACE
25000

sQ. MTR of
office space

500+

software engineers &
technical staff

1500+

software designed,
developed & deployed

24/7

IT support staff
availability

14+

years of development
experience

1000+

Happy
customers

OWN SUCCESSFUL PRODUCTS
3

own Successful
products

MODELS OF WORKING

Business hiring models

Dedicated Team
Dedicated team

  • Long-term collaboration
  • Highly scalable team
  • Complete control of the team
  • Complex projects
Fixed cost
Fixed cost

  • Short-medium term collaboration
  • Low scalable team
  • Detailed specifications
  • Clean deadlines
Time material
Time & material

  • Short-long term collaboration
  • Flexible budget and timeframe
  • Complete control over the process
  • Highly scalable team

TESTIMONIALS

They have been phenomenal partners when it comes to bug fixing!

Shawn Blyden, Founder, My Best Life App

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FAQS

Frequently Asked Questions On Web Development Tools

A web development tool, also known as a DevTool, allows a developer to code, debug, and test their code. A web application or website’s user interface can also be reviewed with these tools.

There are many web development tools available, but a few of the latest tools are Chrome DevTools, Sass, Codepen, Grunt, GitHub, BootStrap, Envato, Sublime Text, and MongoDB.

The purpose of a code editor is to make the process of writing code easier. This is a standalone program that a developer uses to enter their code. A code editor offers a variety of features, including color-coded syntax highlighting, automatic indentation, error checking, auto-completion, and code snippets. Developers can also navigate code files and resources more easily with them.

IDEs, or Integrated Development Environments, enable programmers to simplify the process of writing a computer program. The IDE combines the common activities of writing software into one application: editing source code, building executables, and debugging.

A package manager is a tool that manages the dependencies for your project. The code that is required for the proper operation of your program is referred to as a dependency. These often come in packages.

The purpose of a testing framework is to provide guidelines or rules for the creation and design of test cases. A framework is a collection of practices and tools that help QA professionals test more effectively.

A version control system is a software tool that records the changes made to files by keeping track of code modifications.

Deployment platforms are often offered as white-labeled apps. These are software developed by third-party vendors that mimic the features of online staffing companies.

They typically include:

  • Worker profiles
  • Work history
  • Candidate availability tracking and mobile check-in
  • Candidate and client ratings
  • Automatic assignment matching
  • Using a website or app to select assignments