Hombolt Communication And Collaboration

Programming language can be very confusing at times for non-tech savvy business owners. Hombolt provides advanced development and has specialized training for our architects and software engineers to provide valuable communication that is understandable and efficient.

Hombolt will address the major questions asked in software technology:

  • What does ERP stand for?
  • What is a programming back-end?
  • What is a programming front-end?
  • What are Web Apps?
  • What are Hybrid Apps?
  • What are Native Apps?
  • What does ERP Stand for?

    What does ERP Stand for?

  • What is a Programming Back End?

    What is a Programming Back End?

  • What is a Programming Front End?

    What is a Programming Front End?

  • What are Web Apps?

    What are Web Apps?

  • What are Hybrid Mobile Apps?

    What are Hybrid Mobile Apps?

  • What are Native Mobile Apps?

    What are Native Mobile Apps?

Programming Language Terminology Used Frequently

  • JavaScript


    JavaScript is a high-level programming language that enables flexibility, rapid scripting, and a robust toolkit for front-end and back-end development.

  • PHP


    PHP is the most widely used programming language in the world. It has been perceived as more prone to "poor" code and security flaws, but this has been improved with the advent of PHP7 and the growth of the Symfony or Laravel frameworks.

  • C#


    A language that combines two other languages (C and C++) to facilitate web development on the.NET platform.

  • .NET


    A framework (often supporting C#),.NET is most frequently used for enterprise-level applications, but it is more expensive due to Microsoft software and tool licensing. It is becoming more accessible now that Microsoft has opened up a significant portion of the.NET platform and tools.



    many databases are completely unprotected due to misconfiguration.

  • Ruby


    Ruby is a high-level programming language typically used in conjunction with the Rails framework. While Ruby was one of the first MVC frameworks and has remained a popular choice for web applications since 2005, it is one of the hardest programming languages to work with due to a steeper learning curve and a smaller developer pool. It is extremely popular for developing SaaS applications.

  • Python


    Python is the most widely used programming language in science, engineering, and mathematics. It is frequently used for back-end work involving large calculations and complicated math. At the same time, it is occasionally viewed as too immature to be employed as a full-fledged, popular web development language.

Collaborating with Hombolt

Hombolt collaborates and gives advanced knowledge helping business owners decide what structure to utilize to provide the best results that fit their business and will get the task done. This includes making sure that the software has the ability to scale. Exponential growth is the primary function for business owners, and we develop with the intention to help business owners suceed in their ventures.

Development of Software

  • The creation of dependable and scalable software solutions for any operating system, browser, or device. We combine extensive industry understanding with cutting-edge technology to create personalized solutions and products that are perfectly tailored to the demands and behaviors of their consumers.

  • Consultancy in software

  • Development of customized software

  • Outsourcing software development

  • Development of software products

  • Enhancement of the team

  • Cloud application development Modernization of legacy software

Development of Software

Services for Applications

A comprehensive set of services centered on creating and managing mission-critical business applications. Our professionals design, test, install, defend, maintain, migrate, and optimize enterprise-scale digital solutions, ensuring they remain operational at all times and have the lowest total cost of ownership possible.

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    Application management

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    Modernization of applications

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    Integration of applications

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    Security services for applications

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    Development of applications

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    Application testing

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    Maintenance and support of applications