The rising demand for dynamic web and mobile applications has issued an important role for API development.
An API is a set of commands for accessing a web-based application. It acts as a software-to- software interface allowing applications to interact. Single page and mobile applications use APIs to connect to the server.
We at Gearheart provide API development services with tailored results for startups and mature organizations.
We've been constantly developing APIs for mobile apps and for SPAs since 2012. Most of our APIs are RESTful and based on Django Rest Framework or Tastypie, but we also have experience with providing and consuming SOAP APIs.
Regardless of the protocol used, we offer well-organized code design with secure authentication that ensures the best performance of your web and mobile applications.
When creating APIs, we ensure its seamless integration with other parts of your system by strictly following REST standards and providing interactive online documentation based on Swagger.
Mobile applications impose additional requirements on APIs. We provide a robust versioning system, allowing multiple versions of the same application to work simultaneously. By offering a synchronized API with conflict resolution, there is no difficulty running an application in offline mode.
We are burning not only with cool projects, but also with the people behind them. And a perfect team match truly matters. Our clients are our partners, co-authors, and friends at all project stages. Here are some examples of times when Gearheart became a best-fit teammate for our customers.
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