CreativeSoft offers a dedicated development model to our clients in which a software development team that is dedicated to a single client uses technology, tools, processes and methodologies unique to that client. Each dedicated development Center is located at CreativeSoft facility in India and is staffed and managed by the Company. Once the project priorities are established by the client, CreativeSoft, in conjunction with the client's IT department, manages the execution of the project. By focusing on a single client over an extended time frame, the dedicated development Center team gains a deeper understanding of the client's business and technology and can begin to function as a virtual extension of the client's software team.
CreativeSoft dedicated development center bring a unique solution to technical resource requirements of organizations. Professionals in a dedicated development Center are focused on a particular technology platform and business domain pertaining to a given Client. The knowledge assets acquired by the center remain with it even while individuals move on to other activities. Clients assign projects to the center, which assumes full responsibility of the assignment and delivers end-to-end solutions.
Microsoft .Net Technology :
Microsoft defines .Net as the strategy for connecting information, systems, and devices through Web services. .Net technology is integrated throughout Microsoft products. .Net technologies use Web services to help enhance the computing experience with highly integrated communications and information.
Microsoft .Net is a platform comprising servers, clients, and services. Itís toolset consists of Visual Studio .Net, the Tablet PC, and the .Net My Services. Microsoft .Net was designed to address the customer needs about how applications will be built, deployed, and operated. Microsoft .Net was built for integration through XML Web services using protocols and file formats such as SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), WSDL (Web Services Description Language), and UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration).
A Web service-based IT architecture can be developed and deployed with a set Microsoft.Net products and tools: servers, web services development tools, applications to use them. .NET technologies are supported throughout the family of Microsoft products, including the Windows Server System, the Windows XP desktop operating system, and the Microsoft Office System.
Though Microsoft has been claiming that .Net is about open and interoperable web services, when in the other opinion Microsoft is already making their web services closed and proprietary.
The main strong points of .Net technologies are:
The Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2ee) defines the standard for developing multitier enterprise applications.
Enterprise Edition (J2ee) defines a standard architecture that is delivered as the following elements:
The J2ee platform takes advantage of many features of the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE), such as "Write Once, Run Anywhere" portability, JDBC API for database access, CORBA technology for interaction with existing enterprise resources, and a security model that protects data even in internet applications. Building on this base, the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition adds full support for Enterprise JavaBeans components, Java Servlets API, Java Server Pages and XML technology. The J2ee standard includes complete specifications and compliance tests to ensure portability of applications across the wide range of existing enterprise systems capable of supporting the J2ee platform. In addition, the J2ee specification now ensures Web services interoperability through support for the WS-I Basic Profile. The Java technology is an open technology. The Java technology recognizes the network's heterogeneous nature and is supported on all the operating systems and chip architectures. A strict security model was designed into Java from the beginning. Java supports not only Web services, but also other kinds of services like wireless data services and services on demand. Java supports Web services technologies like XML, SOAP, and UDDI and was listed in an Evans Data Corporation Developer Survey as the number one tool used by developers to build Web services.
The main strong points of J2ee technology include:
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