Development: Easybroidery Web Application

Keyhole Software Java, New Development

Keyhole consultants engaged with a local small business to create a web application for its monthly subscription service.

The business domain was custom embroidery designs available through a monthly membership. By having a membership, subscribers have on-demand access to digital machine embroidery designs.

The web application was an all-in-one solution for members & administrators. Features include inventory management, with inventory search & downloading; membership management, with account creation, single sign on, and authentication; payment processing with Square integration; administration panel, and other features.

Development: JavaScript Brewery Solution

Keyhole Software JavaScript, New Development

Keyhole Consultants designed and developed a repository of beers, ingredients, and characteristics of the product lines for an international brewery conglomerate that had purchased various micro-breweries.

This repository provides public access via a RESTful HTTP API that provides a singular, consistent way for Marketing and/or other interested parties to access and update detailed information as their portfolio evolves – including breweries, products, and packaging.

All-Girls Social Media Mobile App with React Native

Lauren Fournier JavaScript, Mobile Development, New Development, React-Native

Project Objective Keyhole Software developed a cross-platform mobile app using React Native for a popular all-girls social networking site dedicated to the empowerment of young girls and teenagers. Girl2Girl Wall is a safe, bully-free zone for pre-teen and teen girls to start social networking. The mobile app was built for both Android and iOS platforms using React Native and can …

Modernization: COBOL Batch Processing to Spring Batch

Keyhole Software Java, Mainframe, Modernization, New Development, Spring Batch

The Keyhole team worked to modernize the organization’s enterprise batch processing applications. This project included converting a long list of COBOL batch processing applications into Java-based batch applications using the Spring Batch framework. The project encompasses a wide range of tasks from calculating and assessing fees, to processing large vendor fees, and running recon reports.