Is Ember.js the right fit for your project? We can help you find out, and if so, bring your project to life.
We're big fans of Ember.js. Why? The short-version is that it falls in line with what worked best for our clients, ourselves and follows patterns that we have seen lead to long-lasting, maintainable, healthy web applications.
Beyond Ruby on Rails, Ember.js is one of our specialties. We'd be delighted to chat with you about your project and see if this is a good fit.
Schedule a 30-minute discussion about using Ember.js for your application.
Is Ember.js a good fit?
EmberJS describes itself as “a framework for creating ambitious web applications.” Having used Ember framework for a few projects, we've seen how it eases some of the pain involved in the development of dynamic web applications. If you're researching teams to help you build a new idea, we would be delighted to help you determine if Ember.js is an appropriate choice for your business. It doesn't work for every project, but we'd love to help you weigh your options.
If you have an existing application that was developed with Ember.js, we can help you work through that product backlog, develop new features, and maintain your app. Just fill out the quick form above to schedule a time to discuss your project challenges and goals.
What Clients Say About About Us
Duane Benson, Marketing Manager
at Screaming Circuits
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Marsh Meyers, Education Manager
at Oregon Coast Aquarium
"[The Discovery workshop] got our staff thinking a little more like web designers, I think. In other words, we got into a mindset closer to yours as you got into a mindset closer to ours."
David Thomas, Development Project Manager
at Contiki Holidays
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Adrian Mowat, Head of Engineering
at Newspaper Club
"Adding a new unknown partner into the mix for a Rails upgrade is a bit of a risk, and we were worried we might be writing a blank check for no return. However, we actually felt very much in control throughout the project...The project was done quickly and effectively."