WorkingMouse project teams have delivered bespoke web applications over the past 8 years. It is through this experience that our dedicated developers and designers have learned how to ensure an application will deliver value to its end user.
To that end, we do our utmost to ensure that user testing and user interviews are carried out during prototyping. We also put in place the mechanisms that allow product owners to consistently gather metrics about how the application is being used. Our goal is to deliver a product that helps our clients reach their strategic objectives.
The preferred technology stacks at WorkingMouse are Java and .NET, but we can and have adapted to other technologies depending on project requirements.
Both enterprise-level frameworks are robust and well-supported, and our expertise in both means we can better advise you in what development option would suit your application.Learn more about our technology
Since we always aim to create mobile responsive websites, our clients are often able to meet the needs of users on mobile devices without needing to pay for development of another application. Responsive web applications can be used on mobile devices, so they are often a cost-effective way of expanding the reach of an app.Learn more about Design
Your completed application will not be vendor-locked: you have the freedom to maintain and edit the source code however you wish. We assign the IP of the application back to the client. In terms of hosting, our recommended hosting providers are AWS and Azure, but we can work with other providers as required.
WorkingMouse utilises the NET Core framework. This facilitates our in-house C#Bot and ReactBot, both created by our sibling company Codebots.
.NET Core 3.1 is a powerful software development framework, and the successor to the .NET framework. Developed by Microsoft, .NET Core is a free, open-source and cross-platform. It has a large userbase and is being actively developed.More about .Net
Java is a class-based, object-oriented programming language which runs on the Java runtime environment, or JRE. One of the advantages of Java is its multi-threaded environment, which means that multiple tasks can be run at the same time.More about Java