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Leverage Java's platform-independent nature for seamless integration across diverse environments, benefit from efficient processing and reliable framework support, and make sure your project is scalable with Devox as your next Java development company.

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What is Java and what is it good for?

What is Java and what is it good for?

Java is a powerful, versatile programming language and computing platform ideal for developing robust, scalable digital products. It excels in creating everything from web and mobile applications to large-scale enterprise systems, thanks to its platform-independent nature, strong security features, and extensive library of tools and frameworks.

Java is a popular choice for web and enterprise applications thanks to its scalability. It’s also often picked for embedded systems and cloud-based applications because of its high security, big data technologies thanks to strong memory management, and game development with its strong performance.

Our Services

Java Software Development Services

Java is a time-tested programming language that unveils its versatility in action. Let Devox professionals help you leverage this tech stack in its complete value.

  • Mobile Apps

    Leveraging Java to create native Android applications on Kotlin and engaging Android SDK to deliver graphics, multimedia, and networking. Receive high-quality mobile apps that are optimized for performance, battery life, and user experience.

  • Web Applications

    We build dynamic web applications using frameworks such as Spring, Hibernate, Struts, and JavaServer Faces (JSF) to deliver a scalable product through large amounts of traffic. We back responsive and intuitive user interfaces by powerful server-side processing.

  • Enterprise Applications

    We make comprehensive enterprise-level applications using Java EE that support and streamline business processes, integrating seamlessly with corporate databases, transaction management systems, and security protocols. Get a reliable, scalable platform that can handle extensive business operations, improve productivity, and ensure data integrity.

  • Cloud-Friendly Platforms

    Devox is developing and deploying Java applications in the cloud, offering our clients the advantages of cloud computing such as scalability, reliability, and cost efficiency. Let us create cloud infrastructure, set up a cloud platform, and tune integrations.

  • Migrations and Integrations

    Transition from outdated systems to modern, Java-based solutions without disrupting your business operations. We handle data migration, platform updates, and application re-engineering with minimal downtime. Get improved system performance, security, and future-proofing against technological advancements. We employ RESTful APIs integration and progressive web app capabilities with a newly-made codebase.

Why Java For Your Project?

Why Java For Your Project?

01

Platform-Independent

Custom Java development services enable cross-platform compatibility: Java programs run on any device with a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) installed, ensuring high portability and flexibility. This will save you time and money by eliminating the need to create and maintain separate apps for various platforms.

02

Scalable

Java's architecture allows for the easy scaling of applications from small to large systems. Performance optimization features, such as Just-In-Time (JIT) compilation and garbage collection tuning, enable Java applications to handle high levels of throughput and large datasets effectively.

03

Secure

Historically, Java was designed with security as a priority. Its platform architecture, which includes the JVM, enforces an execution model that prohibits certain operations by default. Java also offers features like bytecode verification, secure class loading, and the Java Security Manager, which together help protect applications from malicious software.

04

Rich Class Library

Java has a rich class library, which is an extensive collection of reusable classes, interfaces, and packages. This comprehensive standard library is directly available to Java developers, providing a wide array of functionalities that cover many aspects of programming needs, including concurrent programming, file input & output, networking, GUI development, and database connectivity, reducing the need to write this code from scratch.

05

High-Load

Java allows building highly resistant products that will withstand high traffic and stressed loading because of its in-built Java multithreading support, proper Memory management to avoid leaks, and handling high heaps. The aspects like JVM tuning, scalable input & output, multithreading and concurrency, as well as the range of frameworks and libraries contribute to its overall longevity.

06

Community and Resources

Enable your developers with the rich knowledge base and resources Java comes in pair with. The number of forums, blogs, tutorials, and open-source projects made available by the Java community will help your in-house team maintain the system and conduct troubleshooting in a wiser and easier manner.

Java frameworks we work with

Java frameworks we work with

  • Spring

    Spring, the most well-liked Java framework, works well with messaging and message-driven apps. Additionally, it provides extensive support for large enterprise-level applications, making it a suitable option for future scaling.

  • Hibernate

    Hibernate is an Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) framework that facilitates database communication between Java programs and databases. Instead of using SQL queries, it enables developers to interact with Java objects.

  • Struts

    Web interface development features are provided by Apache Struts, which adheres to the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architectural paradigm. It works well for tasks that call for a structured approach to web development.

  • Apache Wicket

    While Wicket uses a different programming approach than JSF, it is still a component-based web framework. It places a strong emphasis on reusable user interface elements and a clear Java-centric methodology.

  • Grails

    A Groovy-based web application tool, Grails leverages the Spring Framework. It focuses on convention over configuration and quick development, enabling sufficient testing too: Grails promotes a strong testing culture, making it easier to write unit tests, integration tests, and functional tests for application components.

  • Vaadin

    Vaadin offers a collection of pre-built UI components that lets developers create user interfaces with Java code. It works well for business apps as well as SPAs and PWAs.

  • Dropwizard

    A framework called Dropwizard is used to create RESTful, high-performance web services. It streamlines the process of developing production-ready Java software by integrating many libraries.

  • Play

    Play is a reactive web framework that may be used to create APIs and online or mobile apps. It is renowned for its stateless design, hot code switching, real-time capabilities, and developer-friendly features. It is also quite good at integrating with front-end frameworks.

  • Spark

    Spark is a simple, user-friendly web framework with a basic design. It works well for developing proof-of-concepts, testing, and experimenting in addition to creating small to medium-sized web apps.

  • Dropwizard

    Building RESTful web services is made easier and faster with Dropwizard as a framework, which offers an integrated collection of tools and libraries. It incorporates many libraries for setup, logging, and configuration.

Java Development Expertise

Java Development Expertise

[Java Platforms]

  • Java EE

  • Java SE

[Persistence/ORM Tools]

  • Hibernate / JPA

  • Spring Data

[Java Messaging]

  • Apache Camel

  • Apache Active MQ

[Architecture]

  • Enterprise

  • SOA

  • Microservices

  • Serverless

[Java Built Tool]

  • Maven

  • Jenkins

  • SonarQube

[Java View Technologies]

  • Thymeleaf

  • Freemarker

[Database]

  • Microsoft SQL Server

  • MySQL

  • MariaDB Galera Cluster

  • PostgreSQL

  • MongoDB

  • JDBC

  • AWS RDS

[Big Data and Analytics]

  • Apache Spark

  • Spark structured streaming

  • Apache Kafka

  • ElasticSearch

  • Amazon EMR

  • Amazon Redshift

  • Amazon Kinesis

[Java Open Source Frameworks]

  • Spring Framework 3+

  • Spring Boot

  • Spring Cloud

  • Hibernate 3+

  • Apache Solr, Lucene

  • AWS Corretto Java SDK

Our Process

Our Java Development Process

01.

01. Develop High-level Architecture

We're starting with a strategic blueprint for the application's back-end, focusing on organizational structure and inter-component communication. This involves an in-depth analysis of your requirements to select the appropriate Java frameworks and define the core modules or elements that will comprise the back-end. Our team plans out the interactions between components and the flow of data, ensuring a robust foundation that aligns with your project goals.

02.

02. Design Database Schema

Structuring a coherent and efficient system for data management, retrieval, and storage. At this stage, we decide on the most fitting database system — be it SQL or NoSQL — based on your application's needs. We meticulously design the database schema, detailing tables, fields, relationships, and constraints. Following the schema design, we initiate the chosen database, optionally populating it with preliminary data to aid in development and testing processes.

03.

03. Design Cloud Infrastructure

We architect a scalable, cost-effective server and network infrastructure tailored to host your application's back-end. The process begins with selecting an optimal cloud service provider, such as AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud. We then proceed to construct the infrastructure using virtual machines, containers, or serverless solutions, depending on the project's specific needs. Essential to this phase is the configuration of firewall rules, security groups, and network settings to ensure controlled access to your back-end services, prioritizing security and efficiency.

04.

04. Setup CI/CD Pipeline

By automating the build, test, and deployment procedures, a Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipeline ensures the quality and dependability of the code. Choosing a version control system to oversee your codebase is the first step. Then, we set up a continuous integration (CI) server (such as Jenkins, Travis CI, or GitHub Actions) to automate building, testing, and code quality checks. Finally, we construct automated deployment pipelines that push verified code changes into staging and production environments. If the deployment fails, we activate rollback methods.

05.

05. Creating the API Documentation

We produce comprehensive technical documentation for each API, offering clear, detailed guidance for developers. This documentation serves as a crucial resource, facilitating easier integration and interaction with your back-end services, ensuring that all functionalities are accessible and well-understood.

06.

06. Implement Logic

Developing the core functionalities and business logic critical to your back-end. Our development process encompasses the creation of APIs, routes, controllers, and services to encapsulate business logic effectively. We’re implementing authentication, authorization, and security protocols. Furthermore, we seamlessly integrate the business logic with essential services, such as payment gateways or third-party APIs, according to project requirements.

07.

07. Third-party Services Integration

Incorporating a range of third-party services to enhance functionality and performance. This includes, but is not limited to, services like SendGrid for email delivery, Auth0 for authentication, Firebase for real-time databases, and Azure Services for additional cloud capabilities like Azure Bus and security layers. Our team ensures these integrations are executed seamlessly, enriching your application with extended capabilities and ensuring a robust, feature-rich back-end.

08.

08. Release (Full Integration with Production)

Executing a seamless transition of the application from development and staging environments to production. This critical phase involves a comprehensive integration process, where we ensure that all components, including the back-end, database, and any third-party services, are fully operational and optimized for the live environment. Prior to the official release, we conduct thorough final testing to identify and rectify any potential issues, ensuring the deployment is smooth and the application is ready for public access.

  • 01. Develop High-level Architecture

  • 02. Design Database Schema

  • 03. Design Cloud Infrastructure

  • 04. Setup CI/CD Pipeline

  • 05. Creating the API Documentation

  • 06. Implement Logic

  • 07. Third-party Services Integration

  • 08. Release (Full Integration with Production)

Case Studies

Our Latest Works

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Function4 Function4
  • website
  • management platform

Professional Event Ecosystem

Starting as a ticket selling website, Function4 grew to an all-in-one event management platform thanks to Devox’s help. It provides an ecosystem and data for comprehensive device setup, invitation and communication.

Additional Info

Core Tech:
  • Vue js
  • GSAP
  • Ruby
  • Azure
Country:

USA USA

ILVE ILVE
  • website
  • manufacturer

Kitchen Appliance Manufacturer

ILVE is a home appliance manufacturer operating since 1975 with a traditions-oriented brand. Devox helped ILVE provide more comprehensive user experience on their website and present their goods from a deeper perspective.

Additional Info

Core Tech:
  • Wordpress
  • Woocommerce
  • Javascript
  • PHP
Country:

United Kingdom United Kingdom

Sport Info Solution Sport Info Solution
  • Backend
  • Frontend
  • Cloud
  • Metrics & Data

Sport Analytics Platform

Sports Info Solutions is a sports data provider that focuses on gathering and structuring sports data, its analytics and technology.

Additional Info

Core Tech:
  • .NET Core​
  • MS SQL
  • ELK​
  • Vue.js
  • AWS​
  • Docker
  • DataDog​
  • R
Country:

USA USA

FAQ

FAQ

  • What role does Java play in modern software development?

    Java remains a cornerstone in the realm of software development due to its robustness, platform-independent nature, and extensive community support. It’s widely used in enterprise environments, especially for backend systems, Android app development, and large-scale systems owing to its scalability and reliability. Java’s Write Once, Run Anywhere (WORA) capability ensures applications written in Java can run on any device equipped with a Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Furthermore, the continuous evolution of the Java platform, with regular updates and new features, keeps it relevant in today’s rapidly changing technological landscape. The introduction of features like lambda expressions, the stream API, and modularization with Project Jigsaw in Java 9, underscores its commitment to modernizing and improving developer productivity and application performance.

  • How does Java support the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)?

    Java provides a comprehensive ecosystem that supports various stages of the SDLC, from conception to deployment. Tools like Maven and Gradle streamline project management and build processes, facilitating continuous integration and delivery. Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) such as IntelliJ IDEA and Eclipse offer powerful coding, debugging, and testing features that enhance developer efficiency and software quality. Java’s strong typing helps catch errors early in the development phase, while frameworks like JUnit support rigorous testing methodologies. Moreover, Java’s vast collection of libraries and frameworks, such as Spring and Hibernate, aid in rapid development, ensuring projects can progress smoothly from requirements gathering to maintenance and updates.

  • What are the most popular Java frameworks, and how do they compare?

    Among the myriad of Java frameworks, Spring, Hibernate, and Jakarta EE (formerly Java EE) stand out due to their widespread adoption and comprehensive features. Spring Framework is renowned for its dependency injection feature, facilitating loose coupling and easier testability of components. It’s particularly favored for creating high-performance, complex web applications. Hibernate, on the other hand, simplifies database operations and ORM (Object-Relational Mapping), making data manipulation more efficient and reducing boilerplate code. Jakarta EE provides a robust platform for developing and deploying enterprise-level applications, offering a wide range of functionalities from web services to security and transaction management. Each framework has its niche, with the choice often depending on the specific requirements and scale of the project.

  • Why is Java considered a secure programming language?

    Java’s design incorporates several built-in security features, making it one of the safer choices for application development. Its platform-independent bytecode execution in a sandboxed Java Virtual Machine (JVM) environment limits unauthorized access to system resources and ensures runtime security. Java’s strong type system, automatic memory management, and garbage collection eliminate common security vulnerabilities such as buffer overflows and memory leaks. Additionally, Java provides extensive APIs for secure data transmission, authentication, and encryption, further bolstering application security. Regular updates and security patches from Oracle also play a crucial role in maintaining Java’s security stature against evolving threats.

  • How does Java facilitate cross-platform development?

    Answer: Java’s philosophy of “Write Once, Run Anywhere” (WORA) is central to its cross-platform capabilities. This is achieved through the use of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), which allows Java applications to run on any device that has a JVM, regardless of the underlying hardware or operating system. This means developers can write their application code once and deploy it across multiple platforms without needing to modify it for each one. This cross-compatibility feature is especially beneficial for businesses aiming for a wide deployment across diverse computing environments, significantly reducing development and maintenance costs. Java’s extensive standard library further supports cross-platform functionality by providing a uniform, platform-independent interface to networking, file handling, and graphical user interfaces (GUIs).

  • How do Java 8 features enhance application development?

    Java 8 introduced several key features that significantly enhance application development by improving readability, simplifying code, and enhancing performance. Lambdas and functional interfaces facilitate cleaner, more concise code, especially when manipulating collections with the Stream API. This allows for more expressive and efficient data processing patterns. Optional class helps in better handling of null values, reducing the chances of NullPointerExceptions. The introduction of CompletableFuture makes it easier to write non-blocking, asynchronous code, improving application responsiveness. Additionally, Java 8’s new Date and Time API offers a more intuitive and flexible way to handle time operations, addressing the shortcomings of the older java.util.Date and Calendar classes. These improvements not only boost developer productivity but also enhance application performance and maintainability.

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