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Full-Stack Apps

We Build Full-Stack Applications

Full-Stack Application Development for You

We’re performing all stages of development process. From setting up and deploying a Kubernetes Cluster, adding an Ingress Router, configuring HELM templates, setting up telemetry and APM using an ELK stack, provisioning a managed database cluster, developing and deploying the backend and frontend applications, adding micro-services and connecting them via queues to full end-to-end testing, security configuration and assessment.

SPA/PWA/Electron

Technologies used: Angular (for more structured and complex applications), React (for lightweight applications).

SSR

Technologies used: Next.js & React, Express.js & Angular (for instant rendering applications, where you need to perform SEO and speed).

Web Components

Technologies used: Angular Elements (for a safe, quick and distinct way of adding plug-ins to your existing application frontend. Or for extending functionality with an extra layer over it).

Micro Frontends

Technologies used: Single SPA (Angular, React), for when you need an extension for your created application, using other technology stack.

  1. Ametisa is there to ensure your website performs correctly.
  2. Queues (Micro-Services Architecture) RabbitMQ, AWS SQS (when it’s too complex to build integral application using branched logic).
  3. Classic Backend Architecture Technologies used: Express.js (your high performance API).
  4. Serverless Backend Architecture.
  5. AWS Lambda (Node.js); CloudFlare Workers (Node.js) – when you need a lightweight and affordable solution.

Ametisa is proud to help you covering all issues and reaching your goals.

Queues (Micro-Services Architecture)

Technologies used: Single SPA (Angular, React), for when you have already built an application and want to extend it with another technology.

Classic Backend Architecture

Technologies used: Express.js (your high performance API).

Serverless Backend Architecture

AWS Lambda (Node.js); CloudFlare Workers (Node.js) – when you are looking for a lightweight and low cost solution.

PostGreSQL (Relational)

When your data is highly structured and has a lot of relations.

MongoDB (Document)

When your data is semi-structured or unstructured and you don’t want to have too many relations.

Infrastructure

Technologies used: Managed and on-premises Kubernetes: we stick to the most popular and solid orchestration infrastructures in the world so your application can take any load and perform efficiently.