Microsoft ASP.NET

ASP.NET Development ASP.NET is what we do. You could refer to it as our bread and butter - either way, it's what we love the most. We have extensive skills with all aspects of building dynamic database driven sites using ASP.NET and associated technologies, such as Microsoft SQL Server, ASP.NET MVC, AJAX, Web Services (WCF/WSE/ASMX), jQuery, AngularJS, Bootstrap, KendoUI, as well as many others. We also have a large amount of experience with third party products such as Telerik and Infragistics Web Controls, Google Maps, Google Custom Search and many others.

We also have experience with many ASP.NET based products, and can often save development time by implementing and/or customising a product rather than develop something completely new.

We have experience with all versions of ASP.NET and are experts at analysing and working with existing applications, either for the purposes of application maintenance, or looking to re-write them from the ground up.

Does your project involve a technology that's not on this list? Get in touch, and we'll let you know if we can help.

 

News and Events

IBM's new XWork Server

Posted by Ross Hawkins on October 4th, 2011

The IBM XWork Server is a new pricing option that adds licensing flexibility to the Domino Server familiy. If you've looked to deploy XPages or Domino technology into your environment for a small number of specific applications but have been unable to justify the cost, then the XWork server could be the offering for you.

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Potential security vulnerabilities in Lotus Notes & Domino

Posted by Ross Hawkins on Feb 22nd, 2011

TippingPoint Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) contacted IBM Lotus to report eight potential buffer overflow vulnerabilities in Lotus Notes and Domino; for four of which IBM Lotus has fixes, one of which IBM Lotus continues to investigate a fix, and three of which IBM Lotus cannot reproduce and is pursuing additional information.

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Notes/Domino 8.5.2 now available

Posted by Ross Hawkins on August 25th, 2010

Release 8.5.2 of Notes/Domino has hit all the usual IBM download channels. There's some interesting stuff in this release, including the much talked about XPages extensibility API which promises to dramatically increase the number of quality third party controls available for use with the XPages platform, as well as many bug fixes and some performance improvements.

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Some useful Notes/Domino 8.5 upgrade resources

Posted by Ross Hawkins on December 16th, 2009

Anyone looking to do an 8.5 upgrade will find Upgrade Cookbook:  Upgrading to Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.1 and Lotus Notes and Domino version 8.5 Deployment Guide well worth a read.

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