Double Integration

End To End

Web Development

Services & Support

Double Integration

End To End

Web Development

Services & Support

Building Better Web-Sites & Web-Apps
Building Better Sites & Apps

Double Integration

A Silicon Valley Firm

Double Integration (DI) is a full-service end-to-end web development firm providing high quality web-sites, web-apps, and mobile-apps that get results. Founded in 1996 with the vision of creating a company that would build solutions that made a difference. We are a small but agile team providing solutions for individuals, small businesses, and corporations. Through our technical expertise and experience we can design and develop your project to fit your needs and time line. We are passionate and take the extra steps to launch a successful project.

Expertise

DI's expertise includes Front-End, Back-End, Mobile Device, as well as 3rd-Party Integration. Combining strategic planning, requirements gathering, usability, creativity, and technology, DI transforms business objectives into compelling digital experiences. We strive to create the best user experience for our clients and their customers/users. Following a project launch, our clients experience some pretty impressive results. Greater brand awareness. Increased web-site traffic. Improved search result rankings. More ideal customer leads. The list goes on and on.

Methodology

DI's methodology is to be agile and adaptive. Each project has different critical factors, for some time-to-market is the key, for others a consistent product platform is the most critical factor. We adapt our methodology to your project by combining traditional planning-based methodologies with agile methodologies.


Breaking It Down

Sites & Apps with 360° Solutions

UI / UX

User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) design is the process of enhancing customer satisfaction and loyalty by improving the usability and ease of use in the interaction between the customer and the product. DI provides high quality UI/UX for web-sites, web-apps, and mobile-apps including Responsive Web Design.

The Engine

As a development firm, there are hundreds of lines of code written every day. Design & Development is usually divided in two parts: Front-End Development and Back-End Development. The Back-End is The Engine that makes the web-apps and mobile-apps function. The Engine can include any combination of a database, logic, and 3rd-party components to provide dynamic functionality.

3rd-Party

A big part of DI's expertise is utilitizing 3rd-party libraries and components to provide additional functionality. The additional functionality could be a payment system, pulling or pushing videos or social network information, or tracking ecommerce orders. Some of the more popular 3rd-party libraries and components include Paypal, Facebook, YouTube, and FedEx.

Integration

After breaking the project down into its subsystems and layers (UI/UX, The Engine, 3rd-Party libraries), integration is needed to bring all the moving parts together into a single functioning system. Integration ensures that all the moving parts function together as a single cohesive system.

UI / UX

User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) design is the process of enhancing customer satisfaction and loyalty by improving the usability and ease of use in the interaction between the customer and the product. DI provides high quality UI/UX for web-sites, web-apps, and mobile-apps including Responsive Web Design.

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The Engine

As a development firm, there are hundreds of lines of code written every day. Design & Development is usually divided in two parts: Front-End Development and Back-End Development. The Back-End is The Engine that makes the web-apps and mobile-apps function. The Engine can include any combination of a database, logic, and 3rd-party components to provide dynamic functionality.

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3rd-Party

A big part of DI's expertise is utilitizing 3rd-party libraries and components to provide additional functionality. The additional functionality could be a payment system, pulling or pushing videos or social network information, or tracking ecommerce orders. Some of the more popular 3rd-party libraries and components include Paypal, Facebook, YouTube, and FedEx.

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Integration

After breaking the project down into its subsystems and layers (UI/UX, The Engine, 3rd-Party libraries), integration is needed to bring all the moving parts together into a single functioning system. Integration ensures that all the moving parts function together as a single cohesive system.

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How We Do It

Languages Frameworks & APIs

Front-End

These Front-End technologies generally run in the browser and provide the UI / UX. The backbone of the Front-End is HTML and CSS, which provide the core markup language and styling. Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, and JSON provide more dynamic capability for the UI / UX. The Front-End can be any combination of HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, or JSON.

Back-End

The Back-End technologies generally run on the server and provide dynamic data and complex logic. The backbone of the Back-End is usually a server-side language like PHP or JAVA, along with a database like MySQL or Postgres. The Back-End can be any combination of a server-side language, database, and server.

Frameworks

Frameworks are generally a light weight library written in a core Front-End or Back-End language to provide an easier and cleaner implementation. The Zend and Codeigninter Frameworks are both writtern in PHP, where as Spring, Struts, and Hibernate Frameworks are all written in JAVA. BackBone, Angular, and jQuery Frameworks are writting in Javascript.

APIs

An Application Programming Interface (API) is generally a set of routines, protocals, and tools provided by a 3rd-Party for building functionality. Utilizing an API requires some level of integration to get the system to communicate properly with the 3rd-Party API. Some of the more popular APIs include Paypal, Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter.

Front-End

These Front-End technologies generally run in the browser and provide the UI / UX. The backbone of the Front-End is HTML and CSS, which provide the core markup language and styling. Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, and JSON provide more dynamic capability for the UI / UX. The Front-End can be any combination of HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, or JSON.

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Back-End

The Back-End technologies generally run on the server and provide dynamic data and complex logic. The backbone of the Back-End is usually a server-side language like PHP or JAVA, along with a database like MySQL or Postgres. The Back-End can be any combination of a server-side language, database, and server.

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Frameworks

Frameworks are generally a light weight library written in a core Front-End or Back-End language to provide an easier and cleaner implementation. The Zend and Codeigninter Frameworks are both writtern in PHP, where as Spring, Struts, and Hibernate Frameworks are all written in JAVA. BackBone, Angular, and jQuery Frameworks are writting in Javascript.

Learn More

APIs

An Application Programming Interface (API) is generally a set of routines, protocals, and tools provided by a 3rd-Party for building functionality. Utilizing an API requires some level of integration to get the system to communicate properly with the 3rd-Party API. Some of the more popular APIs include Paypal, Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter.

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Get Started Today

DI can provide a quote based on your high level requirements and scope of the project. Once we get the ball rolling a more accurate cost and timeframe can be provided through an extensive design phase. For a quote please email us at: info@DoubleIntegration.com

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Get Started

DI can provide a quote based on your high level requirements and scope of the project. Once we get the ball rolling a more accurate cost and timeframe can be provided through an extensive design phase. For a quote please email us at: info@DoubleIntegration.com

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