AngularJs, Angular 2, 4, 5, 6, Node & React Web and Mobile App Development

Key Facts

3+ Years.

Rich heritage of application delivery excellence.

4 Pronged Strategies on 2 Major Platforms.

Reaching niche markets with profitable mobile apps.

8 Prominent Tech. Platforms.

Rich, scalable Web Applications on Cloud

20+ Diverse Projects.

Fulfilling varying customer needs.

30+ Full Stack Developers.

Professional Expertise in all layers of software development.

How We Work

A routine day at Infinijith starts with the discovery phase. In web and mobile apps development, the key is to offer consistent, optimal, well-grounded and user-centric solutions, which withstand the test of times.

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Our way of web and mobile apps development starts with discovery stage, so that we are sure,
That we can deliver the optimal, reliable and user-friendly solution that customers and users will be delighted to use.

What Our Clients Say

This is the best team I've found. I've dealt with many JavaScript/HTML programmers before, they usually do a mediocre job. But this team did high quality scripting, and was very knowledgeable on the subject. I will definitely contract again in the near future for all my Javascript/HTML needs.

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Daejaun, United States

I am extremely Happy with the work! I actually had a difficult problem that 2 other companies could not solve at all but this team completed the project in 2 days! I will definitely continue with them again on my next project, JavaScript/Html/php/AngularJs and Android Dev they do it all.

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Douglas, United States

Karuna worked as a full stack developer on my team. He worked primarily on the Angular.JS layer of our stack and does thorough and thoughtful work. He understands the Angular.JS tool chain - Grunt, Karma, Jasmine, Bower and Protractor. I've put him through many difficult technical situations...

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Latest Blog Posts

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Why DevOps Culture is Demanding?

The Rise of DevOps: With IT-driven innovation ruling the roost, the critical differentiating factor for organizations, irrespective of the size and the type, is agility in delivering IT solutions and how to run them cost-effectively and reliably, leading to the rise of DevOps culture, and consequently, the big demand for it. The demand can be attributed to the fact that DevOps helps overcome the barriers and priorities that are at odds between operation and development teams including application, project costs, functional and performance requirements in software engineering. DevOps helps in team collaboration, reliable, safe and rapid production by delivering systems and to operate, manage and support them more efficiently than before. DevOps is a more a culture that creates a collaborative working culture and promotes adoption of overlapping objectives aimed at delivering IT services, offering value to any business. DevOps is closely interlinked with a set of techniques commonly called ‘Continuous Delivery’ which is a combination of different concepts: continuous deployment, continuous integration, and lean production. The main feature of DevOps is to push automation and monitoring at all levels of software engineering, from integration, releasing, deployment, testing, and infrastructure management. DevOps is characterized by increased deployment frequency, shorter development cycles, faster time to market, consistent quality approach, more dependable releases, and elimination of manual processes replaced by automation tools, closely aligned with business objectives. The key advantage of the DevOps approach is to align the two transparency-contained siloes. This means faster business operation through system delivery, lowered risk of production changes, thanks to shorter development iterations and automated non-functional testing. Over and above, operational objectives are supported by automation of service management and a thorough understanding of the various levels of the production environment stack that help mitigate risks and fix production problems. IT service delivery is no different than a production line – the delivery speed and the product’s finished quality is generally determined by the most vulnerable link in the chain. Until we find career progression and tech education catching up with both the sides – technical and operational, IT companies need to hire experienced DevOps experts. It promises and delivers much, but should be reinforced by the right mix of skills sets. In recent times, there is an urgent need for an innovative and highly DevOps SMEs especially in fast paced business environment who can ensure stability, reliability, and quality of all production services and services whilst employing the best practices of DevOps.

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Why Node JS for Enterprise Applications?

In an article published last year, the Node.js Foundation had asked developers how they use Node.js. The article published the result of the survey: Node JS was taking over the world of enterprise Applications by storm and is rapidly outperforming platforms such as Java, which has got to do with certain factors. Let us see why Node JS can be just perfect for Enterprise applications: JavaScript Node.js is a JavaScript (JS) platform. JS is fairly simple to learn and opens up a new world of opportunities even for those who don’t have any formal IT education or background to become decent coders in a relatively short time frame. This can be the biggest takeaway of learning Node.js - the kind of flexibility it offers. API Mashups Human evolution is all about disruption and building innovative tools and platforms that help in the development of more complex platforms and tools. Think about how an enterprise developer would have evolved. In the bygone era, enterprise developers were using assembler programs to write financial systems. Over time, languages such as PL/I, COBOL, and FORTRAN went on to enhance developer productivity. As time went by, assembler languages gave way to Java, C#, C++, etc. By now, enterprises developed API ecosystems that support critical business processes.  Tag on to the mix cloud APIs, and here we go...we can build new applications like API mashups. As it unfolds, Node.js and JavaScript make a fabulous API mashup platform. Performance of Node.js Node.js does not outride Java at memory intensive and CPU tasks, and, maybe, it never will. However, that is not its forte. Where Node.js has Java back to the wall is in IO-intensive use cases. Hold on, in the case of applications driven by networked API this will be the talking point of Node.js as API mashup. Increased Developer Productivity Gone are the days when one has to built out a web server that is Java-based for getting an application server such as WebLogic, WebSphere or JBoss, considered to carry a high price tag.  If you are a Java developer, you’ll appreciate the idea of keeping out of JEE application servers entirely. In Java, that just isn’t trivial. In Node.js, however, if you need to set up an application server, you have to write handful lines of JS code. Try comparing a simple ‘hello world’ application server developed making use of Node.js and expression framework with that of the same thing built out of JBoss. That’s a pain in the neck for sure when all you need to do to get going is sprinkle a code or two. The Perfect Combination We are seeing more new coders joining the Node.js bandwagon, courtesy the complex nature of JavaScript; the old schoolers coming out of Java and several other coding platforms have started to realize howNode.js stands out in terms of productivity. The combination of Java and Node.js can create magic, and why not? Enterprises have been quick to understand the might of Node.js and adopted it as the preferred platform for all the latest applications.

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Is Angular SEO Friendly? How?

More often than not, the question that beats us always once you are done developing your high budget, feature-rich dynamic web portal is whether Google and other search engines will crawl and index the pages of your website freely the way you want. Is web app built of Angular SEO Friendly? Until 2014, Google bots had problems crawling properly those pages with Java scripts, but it was announced later that they can crawl and index JS pages effectively. This means developers do not have to build any unique layout for rendering the HTML pages. However, the same cannot be said for other search engines and crawlers. Coming to Angular Universal, they are built with the ability to perceive better overall UI experience, increased page load performance, Server-side pre-rendering for better access of the content by Search Engines and correct display of preview image of the app on Facebook, Twitter and other social media apps.   The Single Page Applications (SPAs) offer improved user-experience. However, SEOs will have a tough nut to crack in terms of optimising the site for search engines. Besides enhanced loading speed and experience, Angular has lot a catching up to do in terms of SEO performance, which is quite usual for this framework type.  Therefore, it is up to the SEOs to make the site as accessible as possible for the bots in crawling and indexing the site: The Snapshot: One of the most effective techniques of Angular Universal SEO is prerendering – or producing an HTML snapshot that is to be dished out in the source code instead of expecting Google and other search bots to completely render the Angular web pages.  This will fix the issue of Google’s inability to crawl and index page content that is hidden behind a click including the Angular Universal content. This is one of the best methods to allow various search engines such as Yandex, Baidu and Bing to see the Angular Universal content on your web page. This will also allow you to view the source code and content instead of wanting to utilize Chrome browser’s inspect element functionality. URL Structure: Another technique of ensuring Google crawls the pages of Angular Universal site is to have a search engine as well as user friendly URL, which is achieved by doing away with hash in the URLs for complete rendering of URLs in Angular Universal. To form SEO-centric URL, use $locationProvider and $routeProvider to change the Angular routing to HTML5 mode. XML Sitemaps: Once you’re done with the URLs, you must ensure you generate XML sitemaps that have your canonical URLs in them. Next, you need to submit the XML sitemaps in Google Search Console (Webmaster) and Bing Webmaster Tools. This is considered an important SEO process as it will crawl whatever URLs you’ve wanted to and index them. If you have any solution to the issues faced by SEOs in making Angular Universal SEO friendly, you are welcome to share your views by writing to us.