Bespoke software for all platforms
Bespoke Software Development - Web Services
StyleTech have been using bespoke web services since 2005 to create dynamic websites and "software as a service". A web service allows two applications to communicate via the web or cloud. A web service should always be available for an application to consume. Bespoke web services can communicate using the SOAP standard (Simple Object Access Protocol) or REST (Representational State Transfer).
The development of web services is a key component in the creation of modern web-based applications. These applications should operate with the same responsive user interface as a traditional desktop application.
It is critical that all web services are secured to prevent any data loss or data manipulation. StyleTech take the following security considerations into account when developing bespoke web services:
- Attach availability
StyleTech develop bespoke web services using Windows Communication Foundation or WebAPI on the Microsoft platform.
How we do it
we listen to your
we talk english,
no confusing jargon
in business for over 18 years
StyleTech has been delivering an award-winning service since 1999.
Yorkshire based team
We are based in Yorkshire and proud to complete all projects in-house (we never outsource).
Over 500 bespoke projects completed
We have obtained a vast range of industry and business knowledge within the team.
We talk English
We talk in your language, no technical jargon (unless you want it).
StyleTech want to ensure that you have no surprises at the end of your project. Your software should operate exactly how you envisage it...
Scrum Project Management
StyleTech recognise that business processes change and we work with you to ensure your bespoke software system changes with your business...
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