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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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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Is Node.js the best choice for eCommerce website development?

A lot of retailers have joined the bandwagon of eCommerce, which indeed is the way to go forward. With plenty of options at hand for building an eCommerce website, whether it will succeed in the long run or not will depend on the kind of experience dished out to users. As the number of eCommerce platforms and users are growing at an unprecedented rate, so are the technology stacks that are currently available in the marketplace. One such framework, which is often preferred by the developer community all over, is node.js. Here is why it’s the most sought-after framework for developing eCommerce sites: 1. Cross-development JS platform: Node.js is tagged as a cross-development platform. Developers, in most cases, need to have the working knowledge of a couple of scripting languages, at least when it comes to the coding part. Node.js, however, in this case, is an exception. 2. Optimum performance: The support rendered by node.js to other eCommerce platforms is exceptional in terms of optimum performance. It is known to deliver higher performance at as much as or even lower development cost than other server-side scripting languages like PHP. As the code is reusable and testing less complex, there is that benefit of reduced development cost. Also, the parsing time is reduced. 3. Budget-friendly: Node.js I/O model is known for its effectiveness, and it doesn’t come in the way of the I/O operation in spite of the fact it is run in real time. The website app, therefore, can update faster.  4. Scalability: Node.js event-driven architecture is a lot more scalable. It offers small and simple modules that work seamlessly with the website. Further, the new modules can be integrated into the website adding to its scalability level. The search and filter option in eCommerce sites can be developed using JSON and AJAX communication.  5. Community support: Any eCommerce platform is a complex maze with numerous functionalities, features and design, etc. The node.js developer community lends the required support and helps release a particular tech fix in less time.  6. Optimal speed:  You may already know that node.js uses Chrome V8 providing speed and efficiency, while the web-based app is running in real time. Because of the effectiveness of I/O model, it does not obstruct the I/O operations accounting for optimal speed, lightweight interface and enhanced performance. 7. Advantages of the plugins: Another major advantage of going for node.js is access to readymade plugins, which can be downloaded for free on the GitHub; you don’t have to burn your pockets to purchase new plugins. Thus, node.js puts a premium on cost-effectiveness and enhanced performance of the website.  8. Uniformity in data streaming: The architecture of node.js has been built in such a way that any HTTP request has to be routed via a single database stream. This can enable faster processing of files which means the website can load any number of items as the page loads itself. For instance, videos can load faster, thereby helping the customer to decide faster on their purchases. 9. Open-Source JavaScript platform: Because node.js is an open source JavaScript platform, it boasts of the expertise of developers who can offer quick code fixes and add more features or functionalities as required. 10. Easy management and real-time communication: When you’re developing an eCommerce web or app, it is important to add real-time user communication features. As node.js facilitates both frontend as well as backend development, interaction with clients is pretty much straight-forward and instant. Most web apps/sites these days have intelligent chat-based tools which are nicely supported by the node.js framework. Feel free to get a consultation from our experts to find out if node.js is the right framework for your eCommerce website today.

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Ionic vs. React Native - Which one is better to build Cross-Platform Mobile App?

If you are racking your brains about which platform or framework to pick for developing your next mobile app, hold on; you’ll need to decide between iOS and Android or between Ionic and React Native. Let’s make a zippy comparison between Ionic and React Native; we leave it to you to decide which app framework is better.  Ionic in a nutshell: Ionic is an open source cross-platform development framework for building hybrid mobile apps, which is HTML5-based that works with PhoneGap or Cordova. Thus, Ionic requires both of them.  Advantages: Ionic is platform independent when it comes to working with HTML, JS, CSS or Angular JS. Default mobile app UI functionalities can be created with it effectively and easily. Working on Android’s WebView or iOS’s UIWebView, Ionics is wrapped by PhoneGap or Cordova. React Native in a nutshell: React Native is a JS library for developing UI, maintained and managed by an expert React Native developer community and major corporations such as Instagram and Facebook. Developers can reuse the already existing code in any iOS or Android apps.  Advantages: Since React Native is driven by a robust pool of corporations and developers, even a novice developer can pick it up fast and easily. Not just that, any React Native-related issue can be instantly fixed. It is iOS-and Android platform-independent, which means that one can develop code easily across both platforms. But the biggest plus is that it helps developers reuse existing code accounting for faster delivery of apps. Comparative features of Ionic and React Native:  Ionic, generally, web technology for enhanced portability uses Typescript as a code language, contains pre-styled & pre-developed components, WebView for code performance, Apache Cordova for phone hardware accessibility, and features simple, consistent and clean documentation. It exudes ease of confidence as you need to write the code only once, but it can be executed wherever you want. The code is reusable for the development of iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Progressive Web Apps and the web & desktop apps. It is supported by a strong developer community. React Native, on the other hand, uses functional UI, JSX as a code language, minimum pre-developed components, no WebView (so, code performance is excellent) and basic documentation. It requires to be learned only once and is simple to write on all platforms.  The code is reusable for the development of iOS, Android and Windows Phone apps. Coming to phone hardware accessibility, it is self-capable. React Native, like Ionic, comes with a strong community support. Testing on React Native is conducted on a real mobile device or an emulator.  Now, which is better as a cross-platform mobile app development framework? On the code reusability and performance front, React Native seems to be more advantageous than Ionic. Other factors that need to be considered are faster delivery, development cost, and here too, React Native outscores Ionic. Besides, React Native apps are always supported by the latest operating system platforms, which make them the first choice for app development needs.  Whether you want to build your enterprise app using Ionic or React Native, Infinijith is the preferred choice for improved app user experience and value proposition. We’re just a click away.

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Is Node.JS better than PHP?

The web is a complex maze with a labyrinth of never-ending technologies, with each one of it claiming to be better than the other, which, we understand, cannot be discussed in a single blog. However, we have covered the differences between Node.js and PHP in this post for you to make an informed decision on the choice of back-end technology. Please note that understanding this concept may require prior knowledge in basic web technologies such as HTML, JavaScript, Node.js and PHP. There are scores of useful learning tutorials available online for the same purpose. Node.js and its purpose One thing to remember here is that Node.js isn’t a web server. Node.js, unlike Apache, does not do much on its own and work like it. There isn’t any config file to initialize settings in your programs.  Node.js uses event-driven, non-blocking I/O to stay efficient and lightweight in the face of DIRT (Data-Intensive Real-Time) applications that run in several distributed environments or devices. You have to write an HTTP server (using built-in libraries) if you want to implement an HTTP server. Node.js, being a JS runtime, is an alternate method to execute code on the computer. What can PHP do?  PHP, an alternative to ASP, is an interpreted programming language typically run on UNIX-based and Linux-based servers, and is built to run Windows Servers using an installed interpreter. PHP is used for accessing DBs and server-side form. Due to this feature, it can offer better processing for eCommerce sites. PHP code, like ASP, is included within the body section of the HTML page. Node.js vs PHP  No, it isn’t JS syntax that makes Node.js better than PHP, but rather its simple, understandable code. As you may know, there are several ways to build a Web App in PHP. The following is the syntax used by Node.js and PHP. Both PHP as well as Node.js have access to the command line interface through $ php -i and $ node.  Syntax for printing a statement: The below code prints ‘Hello Infinijith’ in PHP: echo 'Hello Infinijith ';  The below command in Node.js gives the same phrase as output: console.log('Hello Infinijith ');  ‘For’ loop syntax: This is how the ‘for’ loop in PHP look like:  for ($i = 1; $i <= 10; $i++) { echo $i; } The above codes are quite similar to that of Node.js: for (var i = 0; i <= 10; i++) { console.log(i); } An array syntax: This is how one creates an array in PHP: $users = array( array('name' => 'jana', 'id' => 10), array('name' => 'jerin', 'id' => 74) ); An array in Node.js will look like: var users = [ { name: 'jana', id: 2720 }, { name: 'jerin', id: 98 } ] Development Tools  Both Node.js as well as PHP has a wide array of editors, debuggers, IDEs, validators and other tools.  Node.js comes with a tool - the Node Package Manager, or NPM, which lets you set configuration variables, install and run dependencies, define scripts and many more. PHP’s Composer project, though better than Node.js in some aspects, doesn’t feature NPM, and contains a smaller active repository. PHP developers will want to install Node.js at some stage, but not vice-versa.  Both Node.js and PHP are functional languages with a pinch of OOP added to PHP later. 1. Performance: Though PHP doesn’t lag that much behind Node.js in terms of speed, Node.js, all said and done, is usually better.  2. Dependencies:  Node.js requires no dependencies, but its frameworks, such as Express, which performs the work instead. Express, a simple and minimalistic Node.js framework, offers the developers much freedom, as they can use various modules to build the app. Also, because of its flexible nature, it is best suited for large-scale apps that are planned to be extended and need long-term support. PHP runs server-side applications in a request/response cycle, routed via a web server, and the PHP interpreter usually processes the code. 3. Interpreter: Node.js is better and smaller than the PHP interpreter. It is not legacy language support dependant and there has been a lot of investment that went into V8 performance made by Google. Environments: PHP is a server-side development language and rarely outstretches itself. With Node.js, JavaScript is no longer restricted as it can be run anywhere —on the server, desktop, on the browser and embedded systems too. 4. Newer code and latest features enhance Node.js capabilities: Node.js has the advantage of new plugins, built with the newest approaches including express.js, and features, which PHP lacks, though there are several open-source PHP files. Who would want to use old plugins or lose precious time copying retro code anyways? Node.js keeps a single thread for your code and only has a single CPU with a single core. In terms of multiple computations on a multi-core server, there is some work that still remains to be done by the Node core team in cluster module form. Several Node.js server instances can also be run quite easily behind. PHP, by nature, is not single-threaded. Node apps, unlike PHP, run superbly over extended periods of time.  To sum up, Node.js is great for apps having several concurrent connections and each request requires only limited CPU cycles, as it blocks the event loop when a function is executed.