Gearheart is a competent web development team providing top quality services to clients all over the world since 2012. Our clients come from the USA, EU, and Israel.
We work closely with our clients to understand their requirements and provide a myriad of services including:
Our competency stems from our experience. All members of Gearheart enjoy extensive knowledge in the field of web development and technology. Each developer has more than 3 years of proficiency with Django and Angular. We, at Gearheart, only work with in-house developers and we don’t outsource anything to freelancers.
In order to provide our clients with reliable predictable results, we have adopted a well-defined, clear, and efficient workflow that includes technical specifications for each task, estimations, code reviews, as well as manual and automated testing.
State of the art tools and methodologies in web development aid our work. To stay on top of our game, we value knowledge and growth above all and regularly participate in training sessions to ensure our solutions and expertise are polished and updated.
The clients of Gearheart benefit from having a reliable team on their side that offers the best, most advanced solutions in web development. Check out some of our projects below and get in touch with us today for more information.
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.
Web development has undergone significant changes over the past five years due to a combination of technological advancements and changing user needs. Let's look at the drivers of these changes and the key technologies that have played a decisive role.
One of our ongoing projects, Neptyne, introduces an Excel-like grid written in React. We used a library to apply virtual scroll to it, but we stumbled upon a problem with fixed rows and columns inside the grid. Here I would like to describe this problem, how it occurs, and how we handled it.