We have extensive experience going back 20 years in building complex applications that take full advantage of the Microsoft technology stack. Using Microsoft technologies, we have built mission-critical software systems for companies like Total France, Tata Steel.
Our deep expertise in the Microsoft technology stack includes:
The .NET Framework is the basis for all of our development. We use C# as the preferred language, but we are capable of meeting our client's needs for any of the .NET languages.
ASP.NET MVC HTML5 and jQuery is the technology we prefer for rapid web application development.
Window Presentation Foundation (WPF) is our preferred technology for Windows-based smart client applications.
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is what we use to implement tiered service-oriented applications.
SQL Server and SQL Server Reporting Services is the database technology we have used for many business applications. We also have large scale success with Oracle DB2 and SAP implementations.
SharePoint is the collaboration tool we often use for enterprise integration.
Being successful with In-App Purchases requires much more than just having a store within your app. A well-designed experience motivates customers to purchase, offers them the items that they want based on what's happening, communicates item details and pricing clearly, and provides vital feedback about the purchasing process. We design App techniques to meet our customer’s requirements, how best to communicate when new content and subscriptions become available, how to handle large sets of In-App content, and important tips. Integration to Microsoft WCF services are important to our clients to facilitate communications between corporate data and mobile computing.
Being successful with Android Apps requires much more than just having a store within your app. A well-designed experience motivates customers to purchase, offers them the items that they want based on what's happening, communicates item details and pricing clearly, and provides vital feedback about the purchasing process. We design App techniques to meet our customer’s requirements, how best to communicate when new content and subscriptions become available, how to handle large sets of In-App content, and important tips. Integration to Microsoft WCF services are important to our clients to facilitate communications between corporate data and mobile computing.
Linux has a long history of software development, and a flourishing range of applications that meet even the most bizarre of needs.
Building background services like home automation controllers for control lighting, cameras IOT is a rich testament to this, with its rich tapestry of useful, wild, and often wacky apps. Distros such as Debian, Fedora and Ubuntu bring these applications to their users with a quick apt-get or a yum install.
As this work was going on, Apple released the iPhone and made a major breakthrough in computing; it made the application developer platform attractive, consistent and accessible to consumers. Anyone with an iPhone could download a range of apps, many simple and silly, but all consistent in their presentation, and often new and innovative in how they used features of the phone such as the GPS, accelerometer and other facilities.
Apple built this platform from scratch, but thanks to the work put in by the GNU project and countless others, we already have a platform. We have a rich set of development tools, a range of desktop environments and a wide range of development forges packed with source control, bug tracking and other features. At Nathan Software we can build control systems core background services to facilitate automation. Various languages like c++, C#, php and python are our preferred languages of choice on this platform.
With the Microsoft DOT NET framework now available for Linux the platform is safe reliable and more powerful than other operating systems.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects or "things" embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity, which enables these objects to collect and exchange data. The Internet of Things allows objects to be sensed and controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure, creating opportunities for more direct integration between the physical world and computer-based systems, and resulting in improved efficiency, accuracy and economic benefit; when IoT is augmented with sensors and actuators, the technology becomes an instance of the more general class of cyber-physical systems, which also encompasses technologies such as smart grids, smart homes, intelligent transportation and smart cities. Each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system but is able to interoperate within the existing Internet infrastructure. Experts estimate that the IoT will consist of almost 50 billion objects by 2020. Nathan Software has developed wireless communications using 433mhz transceivers to monitor sound, temperature, liquid level sensing, humidity and home automation using the light wave RF technologies coupled up to Arduino chipset. Contact us for further information as each system requires bespoke tuning.