NetTantra uses and develops the best and the most cutting-edge technologies to provide solutions for creating the next-generation web application. The use of the following technologies ensures that you are ready with the latest and the most reliable resources at hand to conduct online transactions and business. There are various other resources that are utilized to create environment and tools that would equip you to be ready for the next generation of web interface and technology solutions. Our areas of expertise include:
At NetTantra we help you decide the best solution stack that will suite your needs. The most common choice of solution stack for most business needs is the LAMP, an acronym for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. We have a vast amount of experience in deploying web-applications on LAMP and other solution stacks.
NetTantra has a vast amount of experience and expertise in the three major Server-side Scripting languages i.e. PHP, Python, and Ruby. We help you choose the server-side scripting language which best suits your business needs.
Web Applications Frameworks
The team at NetTantra is proficient in several Web Applications Frameworks like Yii, CodeIgniter, Symfony, CakePHP etc. in PHP, Ruby on Rails and Sinatra in Ruby, Django, and Web2Py in Python. We also develop customized Applications Frameworks when a project demands one.
Content Management Systems
We have expertise in both creating customized content management systems and extending existing popular OpenSource CMS/Blogging Engines. Our team has the expertise to extend some of the popular OpenSource CMSs/Blogging Engines like WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Radiant (Ruby on Rails), Django CMS etc. We have developed some OpenSource plugins/extensions for some of these CMSs.
Deployment and Development Environment Setups
At NetTantra we help our clients with easier deployment environments(with separate production, development and testing environments) using Version Control Systems (VCS) for new and existing projects. Among VCS we are conversant with the most popular Distributed VCS like Git, Mercurial, and Bazaar. We also use Centralized VCS like SVN if the project necessitates so.