Application Enhancement with React and GraphQL

Shaylee Webb Application Enhancement, React Leave a Comment

A Keyhole Consultant was brought in to directly work with the client’s full-stack development team. The goal of the project was to help the client implement new features for their application. This resulted in the implementation of a new GraphQL API and architecture for multiple interdependent systems. Keyhole Software was responsible for coaching the client’s development team in React best-practices, and working with them to refactor the code to align with those best practices.

Cross-Platform Mobile App with Xamarin

Keyhole Software .NET, Application Enhancement, Mobile Development, Xamarin

A team of Keyhole Software consultants worked extensively on multiple mobile-related projects for one of the largest theater chains in the world.

The team worked to develop significant enhancements to a cross-platform mobile application, and they assisted with multiple other ongoing mobile and web initiatives as well. For example, they were involved in designing a subscription-based offering for the client’s consumers.

Additionally, the team made improvements on a Web API service used by the client’s mobile applications to communicate with the company’s common API. The team also migrated this Web API from ASP.NET MVC 5 to ASP.NET Core 2.2.

Feature Addition: Mobile Push Notifications with AWS SNS

Keyhole Software Application Enhancement, Java, Mobile Development

Keyhole consultant was engaged in an effort to implement a push notification solution for an existing mobile banking application.

To begin, Keyhole reviewed the application requirements to determine the best service to use moving forward. After the evaluation of Twilio and Amazon Web Services Simple Notification Service, the team concluded AWS SNS was the best solution.

Animal Welfare & Insurance Applications with .NET and Angular

Keyhole Software .NET, Application Enhancement, JavaScript

A Keyhole team focused on the company’s web-based flagship product suite used by animal shelters. This task included the development of two applications.

Application 1 tracks incoming and outgoing animals located in an animal shelter. It provides features to help welfare staff to track proper care of those animals, including all medical care, treatments, and procedures that an animal requires.

The application was developed with AngularJS (v1.4) for the front-end user interface. .NET was used for back-end RESTful web services, managing database activity with Code First Entity Framework. Keyhole Consultants worked the full stack to develop enhancements and troubleshoot existing features to ensure accuracy and performance.