The first New Zealand publications on the internet were Usenet discussion groups, which began in 1985. The World Wide Web was invented in 1991 and New Zealand's first website – a directory for Victoria University – was created in 1992. (Reported by Russell Brown in story published in Te Ara - The encyclopaedia of New Zealand, ).
At Computer Craft we started working with the Internet in 1995. It started with simple static web pages and then as web application development became more mature we engulfed ourselves with the technologies of the moment. With 26 years of providing HTML and web development services, we are confident we can provide the solution you are looking for.
HTML development can be achieved using many different technologies. Picking the right technology depends ultimately on what you want to achieve, which means we first have to sit down and talk with you, the customer. Technologies we deploy these days can be either:
Custom Application Development is the process of developing robust, scalable, reliable software solutions that uniquely address the customer’s specific requirements.
Computer Craft have been deploying ASP.NET solutions since the conception of ASP.NET Framework in in 2002. 20 years' experience developing C# Web Solutions using Microsoft Visual Studio have provided us good grounding to developing robust, scalable web sites.
ASP.NET Core 2.1 is a new open-source, cross-platform, high performance and lightweight framework for building Web Application using .NET. You can read more about ASP.NET Core here.
Worldwide, many developers are eagerly checking the schedule and roadmap of this exciting new technology. Over the past 12 months Microsoft have delivered on proposed schedule dates.
Angular 7 is a new and exciting technology for software developers. The end users in some cases will ask "yeah- what's all the excitement about". To the end user the end result appears to be the same?
For the developer Angular 7 brings a totally new experience with single page applications (SPA), introducing concepts like module loading, components, directives & events to name a few.