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WHY CHOOSE HTML5 / CSS3 DEVELOPMENT?
Cross Platform Functionality
Advanced UI Components
Optimal Site Performance
Gives Geolocation Services Support
Offline Application Caching
Lightweight and SEO Friendly
Support all Browsers
Video and Audio Streaming Support
Modern User Experience
AGILE – SCRUM
Agile is a Proven Software Development Methodology that allows us to scale up or down the functionality. Unlike traditional SDLC cycles, Agile methodology takes a strategy that allows for quick development, testing, and ability to adopt new changes.
Innvonix follows SDLC( Software Development Life Cycle) Methodology to fulfill our customer’s requirements. Depending on the project, we choose the best approach for achieving goals and delivering excellence.
In today’s environment, security is the foremost concern, and we ensure that the softwares we build is protected from any threats and vulnerabilities. Our stringent coding processes help minimize the risk of cyber attacks.
We believe in delivering the finest possible outcome for every project we do, and as a result, we have a team of certified Quality Analysts who ensure that every product developed or handled by our company is QA tested prior to being tested by a client.
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