Open source technologies

With a strong experience of developing web sites for over 10 years, we master the full range of the most commonly used open source technologies.

  • Android
  • Java
  • Linux
  • OpenLayers
  • PHP
  • XSLT
  • Adobe Flex
  • Apache Cocoon
  • Apache Tomcat
  • Open Atrium
  • Apache
  • MySql
  • Node.js
  • Drupal
  • Solr
  • Varnish
  • jQuery

About Drupal

Drupal is a development framework and a free open-source web development platform for online content and user communities. The CMS (Content Management System) Drupal is based on PHP.

It has became one of the most innovative and effective content management for those last years, and a proven system in the field on site wordlwide. Drupal runs millions of web sites, including many of the biggest ones bus also adapted to plateform of small companies and startups.

Drupal allows to create very complex and custom websites, with benefits of power, high security, flexibility, scalability and highly modularity and configuration (more than 13,000 additional modules, while having a very simple minimalist core). Thanks to its highly modularity, Drupal can build and configure powerful features for different types of projects such as corporate portals, collaborative sites or social networks, intranet tools, e-commerce sites, media websites..

It can manage all main issues of websites such as connectivity, multilingualism, mobility and speed, integration of content from many different sources, interface with webservices published by other applications, powerful categorization of content via the taxonomy.

It is a complete CMS, in constant improvement made ​​possible by a community of developers increasingly spread throughout the world. The active community of thousands of developers and business users can now guarantee sustainability in this market.

GNU GPL Licence

Drupal is released as open-source software under the GNU General Public License.The terms of the GNU GPL allow anybody to receive a copy of a work under the termes and conditions of this license. That means it's completely free to download, use, and modify it. Each person who adheres to the terms and conditions of the GPL can modify the work, study and redistribute the work or derivative works, even for commercial purposes, in condition that the result is under the same license GNU Public License.