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We help developers!

We work with developers and architects and help them create impressive Angular apps with .NET Core backends, running on Azure or on their premises.

How may we help you with your challenging, complex, and critical projects?

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On-The-Job Collaboration

Our goal is to help you become better developers and deliver your projects more efficiently. There might be no better way to learn than working together on your code.

Code and Architecture Reviews

We can be your sounding board to discuss critical ideas or to review the code of critical components before you base your large-scale development on them.

Architecture Consulting

We've been developing highly interactive browser-based applications, their backends and APIs for quite a while and we'd love to share the lessons we've learnt with you.

What you get

Technology Focus

Angular Performance Optimization

Angular is an incredibly fast framework, but sometimes it can feel as if its details or your browsers' CSS and JavaScript handling seem to work against you.

Based on our long experience, we can help you tackle load-time and runtime performance issues, including change detection optimization, lazy loading, or overall simplifications.

Web Components and PWA

The web is today' major business application platform. We can help you tap into its steadily expanding capabilities with Progressive Web Apps (PWA), Web Components and native integrations based on Project Fugu.

As a member of the W3C, we are actively working on these standards and on the future of the web.

Blazor and SPA Integration

Writing web applications with C#, HTML and CSS is an interesting new approach for .NET developers. But before planning to work with ASP.NET Core Blazor & WebAssembly, you should know their current capabilities and limits.

We've worked on integrating Blazor with SPAs and standard web technology APIs & libraries since the first days of Blazor and can help you avoid pitfalls from the beginning.

Container and Serverless

Reproducible system and execution environments with Docker containers are a win for every software developer.

Whether using today's de-facto standard Kubernetes as a container execution environment or pursuing a more serverless approach: our experts have many years of experience designing and developing distributed applications for the cloud-native world with a focus on Microsoft Azure.

Optimized 2D and 3D Visualization

Visualizing data in 2D or 3D is an increasingly important task in business applications, especially on the web.

Our practical experience can enable you to integrate application frameworks like Angular with visualization libraries like three.js or babylon.js in an highly performant way - to make sure you can get the FPS your application deserves.

.NET Core and Entity Framework Performance

.NET Core has been our main server-side technology since very early alpha versions - and we've been using .NET since 2001.

We can help you identify performance bottlenecks in your codebase. If .NET Core or Entity Framework and its SQL abstractions pose response times problems in your projects, our specialists can help you get your queries execution back on target.
What we've written

Featured Articles

Web Components
Lightweight and Fast Web Components with LitElement
What to expect Learn how to create a native Web Component using LitElement Step-by-step explanations How to render your HTML template Adding styles Using asynchronous properties All based on a sample built with Visual Studio Code You can find a running example on stackblitz. What…
Patrick Jahr
Electron Security-Maßnahmen: Cross-Plattform Desktop Apps - Teil 4 [Screencast]
Thinktecture Cloud-Native- und Infrastructure-as-Code-Spezialist Thorsten Hans erklärt in einer fünfteiligen Screencast-Serie das Framework Electron. Nachdem er bereits in die Grundlagen und Architektur, Developer-Essentials und die UX-Optimierung einführte, geht es im vierten…
Thorsten Hans
Einbindung von Versionierung in existierende Projekte: API-Versionierung mit ASP.NET Core 3.0 - Teil 4 [Screencast]
Thinktecture Backend- und API-Spezialist Sebastian Gingter zeigt in dieser vierteiligen Screencast-Serie, wie eine ASP.NET Core 3.0 API versioniert wird. Nach einer Einführung in die API-Versionierung, der Integration in neue Projekte und Hinweisen zur Konfiguration, geht es im…
Sebastian Gingter
Web Components
The Flaws of Web Components (and possible solutions): Perks & Flaws Series - Part 3
The first article of this series introduced into the motivation for using Web Components. After looking at the perks in the second part, we are going to learn about the flaws of Web Components in this article. Please note that with the on-going development of the standards, some…
Manuel Rauber
Creating Expressive Toast Components with Angular Animations
In some of my recent projects, I have experienced the need and requirements for better user experience by incorporating animations into Angular-based user interfaces. In this article, I am showing you how you can create an expressive toast component with Angular animations…
Konstantin Denerz
Bulk Updating .NET Framework Versions in Legacy Projects with Powershell
For one of our customers, I recently had to change the target .NET Framework version from 4.5.1 to 4.6.1 because a new version of some important Nuget package requires .NET 4.6.1. Changing the framework version in newer SDK-based projects is not a problem but the old files, the…
Pawel Gerr
Konfiguration: API-Versionierung mit ASP.NET Core 3.0 - Teil 3 [Screencast]
Thinktecture Backend- und API-Spezialist Sebastian Gingter zeigt in dieser vierteiligen Screencast-Serie wie man seine ASP.NET Core 3.0 API versionieren kann. Nach der Einführung in die Versionierung und der Erläuterung über die Integration in neue Projekte, befasst sich der…
Sebastian Gingter
Web Components
The Motivation for Using Web Components, an Introduction: Perks & Flaws Series - Part 1
Web Components - a term you most probably hear regularly in recent times as a web developer. With the standards of Shadow DOM, HTML Custom Elements, HTML Templates, and, in former times, HTML Imports, there finally is a native component model within the browser. In this four-part…
Manuel Rauber