Our tech stack

Embracing a philosophy of continual evolution, our tech stack at SightSource remains in a state of constant growth and adaptation, tailored uniquely to each client's needs.

C#ASP.net MVC Core
C# and ASP.NET MVC Core
A cross-platform web framework designed by Microsoft for building efficient and scalable web applications using the Model-View-Controller architectural pattern
Elixir and Phoenix
A high-performance web framework for Elixir that emphasizes speed, reliability, and real-time capabilities
ReactJS, NextJS, AngularJS, Electron, node for server-side
TypeScript and Angular
A powerful front-end framework for building dynamic and interactive web applications
Visual Basic Net
Fat client with VB.net, VB6 and VBA
A software application that runs on a user's device rather than being accessed through a web browser
Ruby on Rails
Ruby on Rails
A powerful web framework that streamlines web application development using the Ruby programming language
A widely used open-source NoSQL database known for its flexibility in handling unstructured or semi-structured data
Microsoft's globally distributed, multi-model database service designed for high availability and low-latency access at a global scale
Amazon Web Services' managed NoSQL database offering, providing seamless scalability and low-latency performance for applications
SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL
Relational database management systems used for storing, managing, and querying structured data
Prototype UI Development
Creating interactive and visual user interface concepts using HTML, CSS, SCSS, Tailwind CSS, and Bootstrap frameworks
A versatile and high-level programming language known for its readability and wide range of applications
Microsoft PowerBI
Micosoft PowerBI
A business analytics tool that transforms data into interactive visual insights for informed decision-making
Twilio and SendGrid
Communication services that offer tools for messaging, notifications, and interactions via various channels like SMS, email, and more
Azure (AppService, VM, SQL and more)
Microsoft's cloud computing platform that provides a range of services for building, deploying, and managing applications and services
Google cloud
Google Cloud (VMs, CloudStore, Firebase, SQL, BigQuery, CloudRun and more)
Google's suite of cloud computing services that offers infrastructure, platforms, and applications for various business needs
AWS (EC2, S3, RDS, SES, SQS and more)
Amazon's comprehensive cloud computing platform offering a wide range of services for storage, computing power, and more
React Native
A JavaScript framework used for building mobile applications with a single codebase that can run on both iOS and Android platforms
Dart & Flutter
A UI toolkit developed by Google for creating natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase