Our Expertise are in Graphic designing, Flash presentations, Photo Imaging, Audio and Video streaming, HTML5, CSS3.

Our web application facilitates participatory information sharing, interoperability, user-centered design, and collaboration on the World Wide Web.

Our Web applications are solutions are,
  • Scalable
  • Reliable
  • Multi Browser Compatible


Fabric Engine brings JavaScript to C++ level

Fabric Engine has released version 1.0 of its platform for multi-threaded optimised execution of scripting languages. The system currently supports JavaScript and Python, with Ruby and PHP in the pipeline. According to the company's own benchmarks, Fabric Engine-based applications are as fast as comparable C++ applications. That kind of performance would make scripting languages a viable option for use in high performance computing (HPC) environments.


Visualizing Code to Fail Faster

In some ways we've actually regressed from my ancient Visual Basic 6.0 days, when you'd get dynamically notified about errors as you typed, not just when you compiled or ran unit tests. The idea that you should be able to type (or gesture, or speak) and immediately see the result of that change is simple, but extremely powerful. It's speed of iteration in the small. That's essentially the basis for my argument that showing markup and rendered output side-by-side, and dynamically updating them as you type, is vastly superior for learning and experimentation compared to any attempt at WYSIWYG..