We provide AJAX / Java EE development services, user interface design, and consulting on Java, AJAX, XML and Oracle technologies. You can rely on us for building applications that are easy-to-use, fast, robust and secure.
AJAX / Java EE Development
We have a very good understanding of how AJAX and Java technologies work. Knowing what happens under the hood allows us to make the right choices while architecting and developing your Java EE application. We use best practices and perform extensive testing to guarantee a very good quality of the code.
AJAX / Swing / SWT User Interface Design
We design AJAX user interfaces based on Web standards that are supported by all major browsers. We use open-source frameworks that have been developed and are actively maintained by well-known organizations.
Devsphere builds Swing / SWT user interfaces that are very intuitive and easy-to-use, implementing all the features that a user would expect in a modern desktop application, such as multi-document interfaces, professional-looking menus, toolbars, popup menus, and drag-and-drop.
Java, AJAX, XML and Oracle Consulting
Devsphere can help your developers build reliable AJAX UIs and convert desktop / Web applications into fast AJAX clients connected to scalable Java EE applications. We will teach your developers how to efficiently use JSF for creating Web applications and component libraries.
Our ADF consultants can take your existing Oracle Forms applications and turn them into ADF-based Web applications. This change will allow you to take advantage of the high reliability and scalability of Java EE servers, such as WebLogic. In addition, you'll benefit from the simplicity of Web deployment, allowing your users to access the applications through their Web browsers.
Form start to finish, your project will be managed by our Senior Developer Andrei Cioroianu who is an expert in Java, AJAX, XML and Oracle technologies. He authored over forty articles published by Oracle Technology Network (OTN), IBM developerWorks, O'Reilly ONJava, IDG JavaWorld and Java Developer's Journal. Please browse through our site to learn more about our company and contact us to discuss your project.