Data Fidelity

Web Development

Web Development

We use a comprehensive range of web development tools, and a unique combination of each to create an in-depth website, showcasing your uniqueness, skills, services and products. Websites Australia wide are built using these tools.

  • Squarespace
  • WordPress
  • Visual Studio

SquareSpace is a Software-As-A-Service (SaaS) web development platform, which is famed for easy user accessibility via a drag & drop webpage editor.

SquareSpace is a recommended option for individuals who are wanting to experiment with making changes to their own websites in the future, or want to be able to make changes quickly and easily.

There is a large amount of templates available to launch a new website, or ecommerce store blazingly fast.

Learn more about SquareSpace Here

WordPress is the worlds most popular web development platform, because it can be both very user-friendly for simple websites, or can be incredibly involved, technical and immensely large and unique in size, depending on the project. Plenty of Websites Australia wide already use WordPress as their platform. WordPress has the best versatility when it comes to user-specific requirements, but also when launching a website must be done quickly. Learn more about WordPress Here
Microsoft Visual Studio is a tool best used for when a web development project requires 100% customization development and there is no urgent timelines for the project. Visual studio is a development tool used for a number of projects, however we use Visual Studio for developing webpages (Including PHP), Javascript documents, but also web & mobile apps. Visual Studio is recommended for projects that require complete integration between websites, databases and applications, and when additional security, such as password-protected webpages accessing critical data. Learn more about Visual Studio Here
Development Languages

We use a range of programming languages, all of which are used in unison to present your web presence in the best way possible. Websites Australia wide are built using these tools. 

  • Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
  • HyperText Markup Language (HTML)
  • JavaScript (JS)
  • ASP.net
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is used as a reference document to edit the appearance of webpages for your web development project.  This document includes information for either entire websites or just for components of an individual web page pertaining to fonts, sizes, colour, images, background, and simple animations, presentation of information and functionality. 
HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the foundation of your web development projects webpage documents. At its core, all webpages are documents; but what characters are used in these documents will dictate how the web browser presents this information.  Included in HTML is all information directing to CSS documents for appearance, but also any links, images, functionality, and presenting information which may be referenced from a database, or a javascript program or document. 
JavaScript (JS) is relative to any web or mobile apps which may be used for your project, including as an example contact forms, webpage animations, online forms such as calculators or quote forms. Javascript can make a website go from seeming fairly simple, to being an immersive, informative experience for its users. 
ASP.net is a more in-depth programming language, if there are integrations required for your project with an external source of information, such as a user wanting to search for information via a database, such as a user wanting to filter customers by date orders were purchased by, or a financial planner wanting to filter appointments by date.  ASP.net is best for bridging a simple website and a source of information, when your project requires a website to be used as a tool, rather than just simply presenting information. 
Data Systems

We use a number of data management tools, depending on the nature of the system, its size, when it needs to be delivered by, and budget.

When hosting databases on Google Cloud, you can expect 99.99% uptime, as well as ultra-low latency for accessing data hosted via the Google Cloud SQL app.

  • MySQL
  • SQL Server
  • Microsoft Access
MYSQL is the worlds most popular enterprise-level data language. Large websites such as Twitter, and LinkedIn have used MySQL as the language to develop their world-class systems MySQL is a technical development tool, which is best used by experienced developers. It is open-source, meaning the database is much more cost-effective, but comes at the cost of user accessibility. Learn more about MySQL Here
SQL Server is a far more user-accessible system, as SQL server can be edited via SQL Server Management Studio, meaning data can b manipulated much more efficiently, in a far more user-friendly manner. SQL Server does have licensing costs which can increase the overall cost of the project, but will allow them to be finished much quicker, and can be edited much easier if required. Learn more about Microsoft SQL Server Here
MS Access is the most cost-effective data management tool, however it is best for very small-scale operations, with local hosting. Microsoft Access can be used as a tool to add, edit, update or delete records in a SQL Server database online, while offering user accessibility by editing this information within the Microsoft Office application.  Learn more about Microsoft Access Here
Cloud solutions

Using Australian Cloud Hosting, and as part of most organisations ongoing use of software, we have the optional service of setting up document management & safe, secure cloud storage for critical data.

  • Gsuite
  • MS Office 365
Google Gsuite is Googles document management suite for small to medium businesses using Googles Australian Cloud Hosting system. Listed as Google’s most popular products: Gmail; for day to day email processing. Gdrive; for document storage. Gdrive can be synced to PCs as a network drive, or can be access via web browser. Calendar; for arranging day to day activities. Docs; for regular document creation and processing. Sheets; is used to create formula spreadsheets; can also be used as a backend for spreadsheets and calculations to be embedded in webpages. Slides; when presentations are required for workplaces. Forms; can be used for collecting data, can have web apps built from forms for teams, or the general public. Learn more about Gsuite Here
Microsoft Office has been a staple in workplaces since the 1983, however has greatly evolved to become the most powerful document processing suite available today. Although Microsoft Office functions are fairly well-known in 2020, very few have extensive knowledge on just how much documents and information can be manipulated in Microsoft Office, both online and offline. Word; for regular day to day document creation and processing. Excel; is used for online and offline spreadsheets, including complex formulas. PowerPoint; used for presentation documents. Outlook; is a day to day email processor; can be used for both cloud and local emails, using both Post office protocol (POP3), or internet message access protocol (IMAP) emails. OneNote; used for form creation for gathering data. Publisher; used for desktop publishing of .pub documents. OneDrive; is used for stable & secure cloud storage of documents. Learn more about Office365 Here
Mobile Apps

We build custom mobile apps, designed for Australian business. 

  • iOS
  • Android
We use a number of different development options for iOS apps. Using AppyPie, we convert a HTML program in to an iOS app, which can be available both privately, or via app store. AppyPie is a means to develop apps with competitively speedy delivery, and with its capabilities limited only by what can be accomplished using HTML, CSS and Java synchronously. Alternatively, for more in-depth, analytical or process-oriented apps, we opt to use AppSheet; which uses a combination of online forms, splash pages and spreadsheets, to collate, present and report on data. 
When android devices are in use, as Android is built using the Linux Kernel, much more can be accomplished, and with greater versatility. We can create simple, HTML based apps, using AppyPie, which is using a combination of HTML, CSS and Java. Alternatively, for more in-depth, analytical or process-oriented apps, we opt to use AppSheet; which uses a combination of online forms, splash pages and spreadsheets, to collate, present and report on data. It is also within our scope of capabilities to create android apps via Microsoft Visual Studio, for powerful, standalone apps built entirely on Javascript.