We code in Elixir/Phoenix, React Native, and more.

Our technology-agnostic development team focuses on choosing the right tools for the job, and are always learning and building best practices as the web and its underlying technologies continue to evolve.

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    Embrace Open Source

    Everything we use is widely-supported, in active development, and constantly being updated and used by the world’s best developers. Further, there are never any licensing fees for the tools we use.

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    Leverage Existing Services

    We see no need to reinvent the wheel; we leverage existing services and focus on developing unique functions needed by our customers.

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    Ensure Future Scalability

    We actively plan for user growth and only leverage technologies that can support future scalability needs.

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    Widely-Adopted and Cutting Edge

    We use several languages (e.g. Javascript) that today’s developers are learning.

Going off the Rails into Elixir

July 25, 2019 — The web is not that young anymore; we’ve been writing Ruby on Rails applications for over a decade at this point. While Rails is still a great framework and we still write in it all the time, over the past few years we’ve become increasingly convinced that there’s a new and better way — and that language is Elixir.

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Elixir and Phoenix are a great choice for web applications that need to scale up. Examples of some high profile web applications built in Elixir and Erlang include WhatsApp, BleacherReport, Pinterest, AdRoll, Grindr, and Bet365.


We’ve been building in React Native since 2016, and it continues to be our favorite framework for mobile app development. In the recent past we’ve used React Native to deliver apps for the Baltimore Water Taxi, SpotCrime, and the National Committee for Quality Assurance.


Everyone on our team is a full stack Ruby on Rails developer. We've used Rails to build everything from prototypes to webapps that process 1M+ hits a day.

They were easily able to translate our needs into development language, and they relayed technical information in a way that we could understand it and present it to our executives.

—Tara Gebhardt, Project Administrator, Brookes Publishing

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