Enterprise Application

Enterprise applications are a core component of your IT foundation. Integrating and aligning them with your business processes are necessary to building an efficient and adaptable IT foundation.

Whether your project is an enterprise-wide implementation, upgrade, rollout, or managed services deployment, FXIO Corporation can help minimize cost and risk while maximizing efficiencies and value to your business. Our proprietary frameworks, tools, and accelerators supported by global R&D are mapped to an applications lifecycle.

Our long-term, strategic partnerships with SAP, Oracle, and other technology leaders, Centers of Excellence, and leading-edge certifications keep our consultants at the forefront of the latest technology advances. This means less risk, greater efficiency, and more innovative solutions for you.

E-Commerce Application

E-commerce (electronic commerce or EC) is the buying and selling of goods and services, or the transmitting of funds or data, over an electronic network, primarily the internet.

These business transactions occur either as business-to-business, business-to-consumer, consumer-to-consumer or consumer-to-business. The terms e-commerce and e-business are often used interchangeably. The term e-tail is also sometimes used in reference to transactional processes for online shopping.

E-commerce is conducted using a variety of applications, such as email, online catalogs and shopping carts, EDI, File Transfer Protocol, and web services.

Hybrid Application

Hybrid development combines the best of both the native and HTML5 worlds. We define hybrid as a web app, primarily built using HTML5 and JavaScript, that is then wrapped inside a thin native container that provides access to native platform features. PhoneGap is an example of the most popular container for creating hybrid mobile apps.

For the most part, hybrid apps provide the best of both worlds. Existing web developers that have become gurus at optimizing JavaScript, pushing CSS to create beautiful layouts, and writing compliant HTML code that works on any platform can now create sophisticated mobile applications that don’t sacrifice the cool native capabilities. In certain circumstances, native developers can write plugins for tasks like image processing, but in cases like this, the devil is in the details.

On iOS, the embedded web browser or the UIWebView is not identical to the Safari browser. While the differences are minor, they can cause debugging headaches. That’s why it pays off to invest in popular frameworks that have addressed all of the limitations.

Statics / Dynamic Websites

dynamicA website, or individual web page, can be static or dynamic. A static website contains information that does not change. It remains the same, or static, for every viewer of the site. A dynamic website contains information that changes, depending on the viewer, the time of the day, the time zone, the viewer's native language, and other factors. For example, the Computer Hope main page is a dynamic website that automatically changes daily.

A dynamic website can contain client-side scripting or server-side scripting to generate the changing content, or a combination of both scripting types. These sites also include HTML programming for the basic structure. The client-side or server-side scripting takes care of the guts of the site.

With client-side scripting, HTML scripting builds the page and can utilize JavaScript and other web-based programming languages to change the data that the HTML scripting adds to the page as it is built.With server-side scripting, scripts are run on the server that hosts the page. The process for how the page is built is determined by parameters defined in the server-side scripting.