SAMSA is well-versed in a variety of technologies, web-based and beyond. Understanding the importance of keeping current as technologies rapidly evolve, we adhere to best practices and implement solutions that are tailored to fit your needs.
Web-based applications allow your business to interact with employees and customers instantly, regardless of their physical location. Below are some of the web-based technologies we often utilize or support.
PHP is a popular server-side scripting language that can be used on a variety of operating systems and platforms, including Windows and Linux. PHP is extremely versatile and can be utilized for almost any purpose.
ASP.NET is a server-side web application framework created by Microsoft. ASP.NET allows developers to create dynamic sites, applications and web services on a Windows platform.
Utilizing an AJAX technique, web applications are able to send and receive data from a server asynchronously without reloading an entire web page. AJAX allows developers to output creative, user-friendly features on websites and applications.
Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system developed by Microsoft. SQL Server can store and retrieve data for web applications on numerous Windows platforms.
MySQL is a popular open-source relational database management system. It is widely used for web applications and is a core component of the LAMP software stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP). MySQL can be utilized on numerous platforms and operating systems, including Linux and Windows.
While ASP.NET is a preferred solution over Classic ASP, we understand that it may not be feasible to move your existing website or application out of Classic ASP. SAMSA provides maintenance and support for existing Classic ASP applications.
Microsoft Access is a database management system developed for Windows. Access is an efficient tool for quickly creating simple, professional, and easy-to-use applications.
VB.NET is an object-oriented computer programming language created by Microsoft. VB.NET can be utilized on a Windows platform or as backend programming for an ASP.NET website.