Frameworks


Angular

Angular is a TypeScript-based front-end web application framework. It is best suited to create single page apps.

NodeJS

Node.js is a server-side platform in software development for the operation of network applications. Especially web servers can be realized with it.

Spring Boot

Spring Boot is not really a new framework, but a comprehensive solution that greatly simplifies dependency management, build, and much more.

React

React is a web framework in the form of a JavaScript software library that contains the self-created and reusable frontend components.

Technology stack


Adobe AEM

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is a comprehensive content management solution that provides a central interface for web experience management, mobile app development, and dynamic media delivery.

Amazon WebServices - AWS

With AWS, application vendors, independent software vendors, and vendors can quickly and securely host their applications, whether they are an existing application or a new SaaS-based application.

Kubernetes

Kubernetes is an open source system for automating the delivery, scaling and management of container applications originally designed by Google and donated to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

MongoDB

With easy scalability, high flexibility and an efficient document-oriented approach, the MongoDB non-relational database is increasingly competing with the proven MySQL system.

Nexus

Sonatype Nexus manages software libraries or dependencies and allows their convenient distribution and integration into software projects.

Jenkins

Jenkins is an extensible, web-based software system for the continuous integration of components into an application program.

Docker

Docker is an open source project for the automated deployment of applications organized in a container.

Ansible

Ansible is an open source automation tool for orchestrating and general configuration and administration of computers.

Programming ­languages


TypeScript

TypeScript is a JS based programming language which is based on the following standards of ECMA6 and supports the encapsulation of classes with modules, Interfaces, functions, and variables in their own namespaces.

Java

Java is a platform-independent programming language. Applications that are written in Java can be used on all platforms on which it has been written. Java there.

JavaScript

JavaScript is a programming language that is integrated into websites as an additional technique. The JavaScript programs, also called scripts, are interpreted by the web browser.

HTML

HTML5 (Hypertext Markup Language in Version 5) is a computer language for marking and linking texts and other contents of electronic documents, mainly in the World Wide Web.

CSS

Cascading Style Sheets (short CSS), is a stylesheet language for electronic documents and together with HTML and DOM one of the core languages of the World Wide Web.

Bash

Bash (for Bourne-again shell) is a free Unix shell and part of the GNU Project. Today it is the default shell on many unixoid systems.

Groovy

Groovy: expressive, concise syntax, dynamic properties and perfect integration with Java - what more could you need?