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Front End Development

Application Development Services That Cover All The Proven Front End Development Technologies

Design – Architecture – Delivery – Development – QA/Testing – Deployment

All Proven Front End Languages & Libraries – 99.70% Referral Rating

Our Senior Staff Will Help Your Front End Development Team Head Off Challenges & Identify Issues Others May Overlook.

Front End (Client-Side) Technologies You May Require

Intertech experts can help you and your team successfully select and work with a wide range of front end technologies to design and develop systems and applications that improve your business processes, whether your team is made up of all in-house talent or a hybrid of in-house and on and offshore contractors.  

Generally Accepted and Trusted Front End Technologies

HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript: The foundation of web development, these three core technologies are essential for building static and dynamic web pages.

React: Developed by Facebook, React is a popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It is widely used for creating dynamic and interactive front-end applications.

Angular: Developed by Google, Angular is a powerful front-end framework for building Single Page Applications (SPAs) and dynamic web applications.

Vue.js: A progressive JavaScript framework, Vue.js is known for its ease of integration and flexibility, making it a popular choice among developers.

jQuery: A lightweight JavaScript library, jQuery simplifies DOM manipulation and event handling, and it is still widely used despite the rise of modern frameworks.

Bootstrap: A CSS framework, Bootstrap provides a set of pre-styled components and responsive layout options, making it popular for quickly creating visually appealing designs.

Sass (Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets): A CSS preprocessor that enhances the capabilities of CSS, making it easier to manage and maintain stylesheets.

Webpack: A popular module bundler that helps manage and bundle front-end assets such as JavaScript, CSS, and images for production deployment.

Gulp and Grunt: Task runners that automate repetitive tasks in the front-end development workflow, such as minification, compilation, and optimization.

Babel: A JavaScript compiler that allows developers to write modern ES6+ code and transpile it into backward-compatible versions for browser support.

TypeScript: A superset of JavaScript that adds static typing, enhancing code quality and maintainability in large-scale applications.

Ember.js: An opinionated JavaScript framework for building ambitious web applications with convention over configuration.

Front-end technologies that work well with the .NET| .NET Core family of technologies:

React: React is a popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It works well with both .NET and .NET Core through various integration options, such as using React templates in ASP.NET Core or creating React applications separately and communicating with the back end through APIs.

Angular: Angular is a comprehensive front-end framework developed by Google. It can be easily integrated with both ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core projects to build robust and scalable web applications.

Vue.js: Vue.js is a progressive JavaScript framework that works well with .NET and .NET Core projects through simple script integration. It provides flexibility and ease of use for building modern user interfaces.

Blazor: Blazor is a front-end web framework developed by Microsoft that allows developers to build interactive web applications using C# and Razor syntax. Blazor applications can run on both .NET and .NET Core platforms, enabling full-stack development using C#.

jQuery: jQuery is a lightweight JavaScript library that simplifies DOM manipulation and event handling. It can be used with both .NET and .NET Core projects to enhance interactivity and user experience.

Bootstrap: Bootstrap is a popular CSS framework that provides a set of pre-styled components and responsive design. It can be easily integrated with both ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core projects to achieve a consistent and visually appealing user interface.

TypeScript: TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that adds static typing and other features for enhanced code quality. It works well with both .NET and .NET Core projects and can be used to write more robust front-end code.

Webpack: Webpack is a module bundler that can be used with both .NET and .NET Core projects to manage front-end assets, such as JavaScript, CSS, and images, and bundle them for production deployment.

Gulp and Grunt: Task runners like Gulp and Grunt can automate repetitive tasks in front-end development workflows and work well with both .NET and .NET Core projects for streamlining development processes.

Front end technologies that work well with Java

Angular: Angular is a powerful front-end framework developed by Google. It works well with Java on the back end, allowing developers to build robust and scalable web applications.

React: React is a popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It can be used with Java back-end applications to create dynamic and responsive front-end experiences.

Vue.js: Vue.js is a progressive JavaScript framework known for its simplicity and ease of integration. It can work effectively with Java-based back ends for building modern user interfaces.

Thymeleaf: Thymeleaf is a server-side Java templating engine that simplifies the process of rendering dynamic HTML templates. It works well with Java back ends to generate dynamic web pages.

jQuery: jQuery is a lightweight JavaScript library that simplifies DOM manipulation and event handling. It can be used with Java-based applications to enhance front-end interactivity.

Bootstrap: Bootstrap is a popular CSS framework that provides a set of pre-styled components and responsive design. It can be easily integrated with Java-based projects to achieve a consistent and visually appealing user interface.

GWT (Google Web Toolkit): GWT is a development toolkit that allows developers to write client-side code in Java and then compile it into optimized JavaScript. It provides a Java-based approach to front-end development.

Ember.js: Ember.js is an opinionated JavaScript framework for building ambitious web applications. It can be integrated with Java back ends to create scalable and data-driven front-end applications.

Polymer: Polymer is a JavaScript library for building web components. It can be used alongside Java-based back ends to create reusable and encapsulated front-end components.

D3.js: D3.js is a powerful JavaScript library for creating data visualizations using HTML, SVG, and CSS. It can be used with Java to display and interact with data on the front end.

Front end technologies that work with .NET and Java when you need to consider both.

NOTE: Several proven front-end technologies can also work independently, with .NET and Java on the back end. As you can see from their appearances above, these technologies are widely used and have established themselves as reliable choices for building dynamic and interactive user interfaces in many situations.

HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript: The foundation of web development, these three technologies work on their own to create static web pages and can be integrated with both .NET and Java back ends to build dynamic and interactive web applications.

Angular: Developed by Google, Angular is a powerful front-end framework that can work independently, with .NET (via ASP.NET), and with Java (via Spring).

React: Developed by Facebook, React is a popular JavaScript library that can work on its own, with .NET (via ASP.NET Core), and with Java (via various frameworks and libraries).

Vue.js: A progressive JavaScript framework, Vue.js can function independently with .NET (via ASP.NET Core) and with Java (through RESTful APIs).

jQuery: A lightweight JavaScript library, jQuery can work independently and be integrated with .NET and Java to simplify DOM manipulation and event handling.

Bootstrap: A CSS framework, Bootstrap can work on its own and can be used with .NET and Java to achieve a consistent and responsive design for web applications.

Ember.js: An opinionated JavaScript framework, Ember.js can work independently and can be integrated with .NET and Java back ends through RESTful APIs.

Thymeleaf: A server-side Java templating engine, Thymeleaf can work with Java (e.g., with Spring) to generate dynamic web pages.

Blazor: A front-end web framework developed by Microsoft, Blazor can work with .NET (via ASP.NET Core) to build interactive web applications using C# instead of JavaScript.

These front-end technologies provide development teams with a range of options for building user interfaces, and their flexibility allows them to be used with various back-end technologies, including .NET and Java. Speak with our team to add an expert development leaderto your development team.

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We Are Front End Development Experts …with a Full Stack Edge

Whether you are looking for help with the core client-side technologies, like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, or the popular React, Angular, Vue, TypeScript, or even the countless others that you don’t often hear about but fit your needs perfectly, our tenured senior front end development consultants can help with the technologies you have already selected or make suggestions based on your needs.

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Add Experience and Soft-Skills To Your Front End Development Team

Our client-side technical expertise stands on its own but is only one of many value-adds you get from our consultants. We are not a body shop. Our consults are experts in their field and pride themselves on bringing more to the project. Clear communication and soft skills are just part of the package when you hire Intertech. The ability to ask hard questions without offending or fear of retribution is another benefit of an outside perspective from consultants with a network of senior talent in their corner. You get more with Intertech.

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An Exceptional Value For Front End Development Expertise

Because our consultants have high expectations for your project, and we have high expectations for them, you get more for your money. We may not have the lowest hourly rate among the companies bidding on your RFP, but we do not compromise. Experience has shown us that hiring high-quality people and doing the job right the first time always costs you less than having the wrong people on the project and having to do it over. Talk to someone that has worked with Intertech. You will realize that with us, you get more for your money, and since 1991 that has been a hard and fast truth.

We Provide A Proven Process If You Don’t Have One

We Begin With Everything Necessary To Ensure The Project Team Is Complete

The discovery stage is crucial when setting up the correct team to deliver your project successfully. At times this has been completed before our introduction to the project. In these cases, you may have determined that you only need specific roles added to your project teams, and that is just one way we can help augment your team. Other times clients ask us to take on this role to get an expert outside perspective. Either way, this phase is essential and must be considered to be confident that you have the right talent in place and that what you are building or modifying integrates with your existing system.

Tools & Techniques We Employee:

    • Scope Detailing
    • Analysis
    • Technical Evaluation
    • Initial Requirements Defined
    • Define Delivery Strategy and Roadmap
    • Leveling Workshops (For Your FTE Team Members – As Needed)

Building A Strong Foundation Is The Key To Success

Converting your vision into reality requires a clear picture of requirements and the experience to set a strong foundation. Using the Software Requirements Analysis, the design phase encompasses how the application and users interact with each other, the current infrastructure, and other applications. In addition, this phase deals with architecture, the user interface, and the user experience, so all the elements come together seamlessly.

Areas Considered During The Design Phase:

    • Infrastructure
    • Architecture
    • User Interface & Experience Design
    • Usability Testing

We Ensure All The Pieces Are In Place For A Successful Composition

When selecting your team, we ensure it fits your needs rather than ours. Of course, top talent is a key to our success, but a proper blend is a formula for project success. At Intertech, we take our responsibility seriously, and experience tells us what works and what doesn’t. Based on this, and using what we’ve learned in stage one and stage two, we define your team, whether you are filling the role or we are, estimate the timeline, and keep you updated every step of the project, so there are no surprises.

Areas Considered In The Build Phase:

    • Technical Requirements
    • Timeline
    • Development
    • Quality Assurance (QA) and Testing
    • Incremental Product Release (Faster to Market)
    • Refinement & Deployment

We Ensure All The Pieces Are In Place For A Successful Handoff

Following the final release, we make sure you are in control. Whether you keep us around as a trusted partner or have us hand it off to your team, we understand that a solid knowledge base is one of the most important aspects of a project. Therefore, following deployment and before we hand over the keys, we always include 30 days of monitoring and mentoring to ensure a smooth roll-off and that your internal team is in control.

Areas Considered In The Completion Phase:

    • Support & Lifecycle
    • Documentation
    • Knowledge Base Retention
    • Team Roll-Off

Our Dedicated IT Recruiting Department Augments Our Consulting Services Perfectly

If you trust your project and recruitment to someone, consider our dedicated tech recruiting department. Our recruiters have a proven track record supporting our consulting clients and us since 1991. Through the years, Intertech has helped small and large companies like GE Healthcare, NASA, Best Buy, and others modernize or pivot to new technologies and find the right staff. Utilizing a proven formula that combines world-class software development, hands-on education and mentoring, and dedicated IT recruiting, Intertech’s clients have found success building software while building their in-house team for the long haul.

Areas Considered In The Recruit & Hire Phase:

  • Ad Placement
  • Technical Testing
  • Personality Assessment
  • Technical Team Interview
  • Hand-off To You For Internal Assessment

 

 

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Front End Development Technologies Considerations

We Help You Make Sense Of These Front End Technologies

When talking about front-end technologies, the technologies and tools used to build the user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) of a website or web application, there are quite a few to choose from, but it is important to consider the choice of front-end technology often depends on factors such as the project’s requirements, team expertise, and specific use case. Make sure to have someone that is familiar with the options so you make the right decision when starting your project.

Consider your entire system and requirements when selecting your technology.


Front End — .NET | .NET Core | Microsoft Technologies

Microsoft Gold Partner

Front-end development for .NET web applications typically involves using JavaScript frameworks and libraries. While .NET itself is primarily a back-end framework, it can be used in conjunction with various front-end technologies to build robust and modern web applications. Listed are some proven front-end technologies commonly used in combination with .NET:

React.js with ASP.NET Core: React is a popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces. You can use React.js with ASP.NET Core, a cross-platform, open-source web framework by Microsoft, to create dynamic and interactive web applications.

Angular with ASP.NET Core: Angular is a TypeScript-based front-end framework developed by Google. It works well with ASP.NET Core, enabling you to build powerful single-page applications (SPAs) with a structured and scalable approach.

Vue.js with ASP.NET Core: Vue.js is a progressive JavaScript framework for building user interfaces. Like React and Angular, you can use Vue.js with ASP.NET Core to create modern web applications.

Blazor: Blazor is a front-end framework built by Microsoft that allows you to write interactive web UIs using C# instead of JavaScript. It runs on WebAssembly or the server-side and is a great choice for developers who prefer to work with C# throughout the application.

jQuery with ASP.NET: jQuery is a fast and lightweight JavaScript library that simplifies HTML document traversal and manipulation. While it is not a full-fledged framework, it can be used with ASP.NET to add interactivity and enhance user experience.

Bootstrap with ASP.NET: Bootstrap is a popular CSS framework that provides a set of pre-designed UI components and responsive layouts. It integrates well with ASP.NET to create visually appealing and mobile-friendly web applications.

Webpack and Parcel: While not front-end frameworks themselves, Webpack and Parcel are module bundlers used to bundle JavaScript, CSS, and other assets for web applications. They can be used with .NET to manage front-end dependencies and optimize code for deployment.

It is important to note that the choice of front-end technology depends on factors like project requirements, team expertise, and application complexity. Front-end development with .NET allows developers to leverage the capabilities of the robust back-end framework while using modern and powerful front-end technologies to create compelling user experiences.


Microsoft Gold Partner

Front End — Java | Java Frameworks

Front-end development in Java often involves using popular JavaScript frameworks and libraries to create dynamic and interactive user interfaces. Java itself is primarily a back-end programming language, so front-end development is typically done using these technologies:

Angular: Angular is a TypeScript-based front-end framework developed by Google. It is widely used in Java web applications to build powerful and scalable single-page applications (SPAs).

React: React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It is commonly used with Java applications to create interactive and efficient front-end components.

Vue.js: Vue.js is a progressive JavaScript framework that is gaining popularity in Java development for its simplicity and ease of integration.

Thymeleaf: Thymeleaf is a server-side Java templating engine that allows developers to create dynamic HTML pages. It is often used in combination with Spring Boot for server-side rendering in Java web applications.

Bootstrap: Bootstrap is a popular CSS framework that provides a set of pre-designed UI components and responsive layouts. It is commonly used with Java projects to create visually appealing and mobile-friendly front-end designs.

jQuery: jQuery is a fast and lightweight JavaScript library that simplifies HTML document traversal and manipulation. It is still used in some Java applications for its ease of use and cross-browser compatibility.

Material-UI: Material-UI is a React UI framework that implements Google’s Material Design principles. It is often used with React in Java projects to create modern and visually consistent user interfaces.

PrimeFaces: PrimeFaces is a rich set of JSF (JavaServer Faces) components that provide pre-built UI elements for Java web applications.

Vaadin: Vaadin is a Java framework for building web applications with Java components. It allows developers to create UIs using Java code without the need for traditional front-end technologies like HTML and CSS.< GWT (Google Web Toolkit): GWT is a development toolkit that allows developers to write client-side applications in Java and then compile the Java code into JavaScript.

It is important to note that Java’s primary role is on the server-side (back end), and front-end development in Java typically involves integrating Java applications with JavaScript frameworks to create the user interface and enhance the user experience. The choice of front-end technology depends on project requirements, team expertise, and the desired level of interactivity and complexity for the user interface.


Common Front End (Client-Side) Technologies

Below is a list of proven front-end technologies that have been widely used and established as effective for building web applications:

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language): The standard markup language used to create the structure of web pages.< CSS (Cascading Style Sheets): A style sheet language that controls the presentation and layout of HTML documents.

JavaScript: A powerful scripting language used to add interactivity and dynamic content to web pages.

React: A JavaScript library developed by Facebook for building interactive user interfaces.

Angular: A TypeScript-based front-end framework developed by Google for building dynamic web applications.

Vue.js: A progressive JavaScript framework for building user interfaces.

jQuery: A fast and lightweight JavaScript library that simplifies HTML document traversal and manipulation.

Sass (Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets): An extension of CSS that adds features like variables, nesting, and mixins.

Bootstrap: A popular CSS framework that provides a set of pre-designed UI components and responsive layouts.

Material-UI: A React UI framework that implements Google’s Material Design principles.

Ember.js: A JavaScript framework for building ambitious web applications.

Backbone.js: A lightweight JavaScript library for building client-side applications with a minimalistic approach.

Webpack: A module bundler used to bundle JavaScript, CSS, and other assets for web applications.

Parcel: Another module bundler similar to Webpack, known for its simplicity and zero-configuration setup.

Gulp: A task runner that automates repetitive tasks like minification, concatenation, and transpilation.

Grunt: Another task runner similar to Gulp, commonly used for building web projects.

TypeScript: A superset of JavaScript that adds static typing and other features for enhanced developer productivity.

ESLint: A popular JavaScript linter that helps identify and fix common code issues and maintain code quality.

Jest: A testing framework for JavaScript, commonly used with React and other libraries.

Cypress: An end-to-end testing framework for web applications, known for its fast and reliable tests.

The choice of front-end technology often depends on factors such as the project’s requirements, team expertise, and specific use case. Always stay up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices in front-end development to make informed technology choices for your projects.

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WebAssembly — (As An Option)

  • Design – Architecture – Delivery & Development – QA Testing – Deployment
  • Modernization & New
  • One consideration that is gaining steam is to use WebAssembly to allow Back-End and desk-top only appilcations become available on the front end and through a browser. For example, Golang is considered a very good option for a web-based application’s back-end, and if you do not want to use JavaScript for the front end, WebAssembly rises to the top as a great alternative. Yes, it is a new technology but it has some very big companies already using it, including AutoCad, Unity, and others.

    If you would like to learn a bit more about WebAssembly, follow the link below


    Teams & Co-Development

    Software Services

    We Help You Improve Your Business Processes

    Every company can use an experienced perspective and a helping hand from time to time. Intertech’s senior custom software development team has it extended for the times when you need help pivoting to new technology, strengthening your team, and ensuring your goals are met on time and on budget. When over 60% of projects fail, getting it right the first time is always cheaper and can build a reputation faster than almost anything.

    Get it right the first time in these critical business areas!


    Custom Software Development

  • Design – Architecture – Delivery & Development – QA Testing – Deployment
  • CI/CD – Agile – DevOps – Rapid Application Development
  • Modernization & New
  • At our core, Intertech’s Custom Agile-based software development consulting services combine everything you need from complete senior-led teams & co-development expertise that strengthens your internal team from the beginning to deployment.

    The Primary Technology Areas We Deliver To Our Customers

    Cloud – Azure & AWS – SQL Server – SQL Server, SSAS, SSIS & SSRS – .NET – .NET Framework, .NET Core, Entity Framework, .NET 5, 6, 7+, ASP.NET & Web Forms, BizTalk, C#, MVC, SharePoint Framework, LINQ, VB.NET, Visual Studio, VB.NET, Web API Framework, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Xamarin, & More – Java – Spring, Struts, Hibernate, Grails, GWT, Blade & other Lightweight Frameworks – Java Power Tools – Unit, NetBeans, Maven, Jenkins, Spring Boot & Security, Spark and many of the 100+ others as needed – Front End (Client-Side) – HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, TypeScript, React, React.js, React Native, Angular, AngularJS, Vue/VueJS, Next.js, Flutter, Ionic, and others – Back End (Server-Side) – Java, JavaScript, Node.js, Go, Ruby, C#, C++, Kotlin, Rust, Scala, SQL, Spring Boot, ASP.NET, Jango, Python, ASP.NET Core, Express.js, Spring Boot, Django, Ruby on Rails (RoR), and NestJS.


    Legacy System Assessments & Modernization

  • Design – Architecture – Delivery & Development – QA Testing – Deployment
  • Architecture Assessments
  • Monolithic System Alternatives
  • Eliminate Hidden Costs and Manual Error
  • You know when it’s time to upgrade, but with the speed of technology change, you may need an experienced outside perspective, assessment, or a hand in development if those decisions have already been made. No matter what the case, Intertech can help you modernize your applications and architecture, ensuring that you consider all automation and data collection options that are becoming the standard.


    Business Process Optimization & Automation (BPA)

  • Design – Architecture – Delivery & Development – QA Testing – Deployment
  • Available During The Modernization & New Creation Process
  • Eliminate Manual Processes & Errors
  • Eliminate Employee Stress and Improve Retention
  • Repetitive manual errors should be a thing of the past. If it is time to implement intelligent technology-enabled automation that streamlines and automates complex workflows, consider bringing on one or more of our senior consultants to assist. You will realize efficiencies that save you resources, retain your talent by lowering stress, and put the onus on us to ask the hard questions that need to be asked. In addition, this is the time to eliminate spreadsheets, so your data is instantly available for generating reports, forecasts, and predictions.


    Architecture – Monolith to Modularization

  • Design – Architecture – Delivery & Development – QA Testing – Deployment
  • Multiple Technologies – Based On Your System & Preference
  • Frameworks – APIs – Microservices
  • There are many levels of modularity, but in the end, the deconstruction of your monolithic system structures your applications as a collection of loosely coupled services that link together and allow independent updating, scalability, and advancements, along with the ability to select alternative codes and languages that suit the purpose rather than the framework. Just imagine all the doors opening with a new, more flexible model.


    Web Frameworks – 2-Tier or 3-Tier Architecture

  • Design – Architecture – Delivery & Development – QA Testing – Deployment
  • Full-Stack | Multiple Tier Development
  • Modular | API-Driven Development | Microservices
  • The fastest way to build an application is by using a web framework that is proven and supported. Whether you have already selected your technologies or would like an outside opinion that can evaluate your needs and offer suggestions, our experts can help. Field-tested and proven at heading off challenges that may add costs and delay your launch, Intertech’s full-time staff are here to assist.


    Cloud Migration & Integration

    Microsoft Gold Partner — AWS Partner Network

  • Better For Remote Work – Access Files & Applications From Anywhere
  • Easier to Scale With Business Growth
  • Part Of A Proven System That Is Maintained & Updated For You
  • It is essential to understand the differences between the wide range of choices you have and the leaders of the pack; Azure, AWS, and GCP. For example, one of the key differences between Azure and AWS is how they deal with temporary storage. Azure is based on page and block storage “Blobs” for virtual memory and object storage. At the same time, AWS assigns temporary storage during the instance and then deletes the data when the instance is terminated. So much to consider. Let Intertech experts help you evaluate which is best for your long-term needs or help you integrate into the one already selected.


    Back End (Server-Side)

      Intertech experts can help you and your team successfully select and work with a wide range of server side technologies to design and develop systems and applications that improve your business processes, whether your team is made up of all in-house talent or a hybrid of in-house and on and offshore contractors.  

      Java: A versatile and mature programming language commonly used in enterprise-level applications. Java is known for its platform independence and robustness.

      Python: Known for its simplicity and readability, Python is widely used in web development and scientific computing.

      Node.js: A JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 engine, ideal for building scalable and real-time applications.

      C#: Developed by Microsoft, C# is popular for building Windows applications and is widely used with ASP.NET for web development.

      Ruby: Often used with the Ruby on Rails framework, Ruby is favored for its developer-friendly syntax and rapid application development.

      PHP: A server-side scripting language commonly used in web development, especially for content management systems like WordPress.

      Go (Golang): Developed by Google, Go is known for its speed and efficiency, making it suitable for concurrent operations.

      .NET Core: An open-source, cross-platform framework developed by Microsoft for building modern applications.

      Scala: Combines object-oriented and functional programming paradigms, making it suitable for high-performance applications.

      Django: A Python web framework that follows the “batteries-included” philosophy, providing many built-in features for rapid development.

      Spring Boot: A Java-based framework known for its simplicity and rapid development capabilities.

      Express.js: A minimalist Node.js framework for building web applications and APIs.

      Ruby on Rails: A popular and powerful Ruby framework for building web applications with an emphasis on convention over configuration.

      ASP.NET: A mature and feature-rich framework by Microsoft for building web applications, web services, and APIs.

      Laravel: A PHP web framework with an elegant syntax and expressive syntax.

      Flask: A lightweight and flexible Python framework for building web applications and APIs.

      Play Framework: A Java and Scala web framework known for its high performance and scalability.

      Symfony: A PHP framework that provides reusable components for building complex web applications.

      Hibernate: A Java ORM (Object-Relational Mapping) framework for simplifying database interactions.

      FastAPI: A modern Python web framework designed for high-performance APIs.

      Our expert consultants can help you evaluate your needs or step in and help get your project across the finish line successfully.



      Our Proven Development Process
      Certified Microsoft Gold Partner & AWS Partner Network.

      Cloud Migration & Integration

      We Help You Integrate Onto The Cloud

      Eliminating infrastructure and outsourcing your service and support has become the way forward for many companies. Allowing Intertech to assist with the tools and technologies that work best with this process is the next step in getting it right. Whether you are considering going all in or using a hybrid model, ensuring your data and applications function as one is the difference between operational efficiency and wondering what went wrong.

      We are Microsoft and AWS partners and can help you integrate your system correctly.


      Azure & AWS

      Microsoft Gold Partner — AWS Partner Network

    • Better For Remote Work – Access Files & Applications From Anywhere
    • Easier to Scale With Business Growth
    • Part Of A Proven System That Is Maintained & Updated For You
    • It is essential to understand the differences between the wide range of choices you have and the leaders of the pack; Azure, AWS, and GCP. For example, one of the key differences between Azure and AWS is how they deal with temporary storage. Azure is based on page and block storage “Blobs” for virtual memory and object storage. At the same time, AWS assigns temporary storage during the instance and then deletes the data when the instance is terminated. So much to consider. Let Intertech experts help you evaluate which is best for your long-term needs or help you integrate into the one already selected.


      On your next project, consider injecting proven full-time expertise backed by a network of colleagues with senior skills and an extensive knowledge base instead of a VMS-selected heads-down contractor that fits their price structure rather than what defines your reputation. Intertech focuses on its people and the value they bring to all our clients so you get it right the first time.

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