Log-On is known for its exceptional, fast-growing, Java department. Our Java engineers are leveraging best practices, up-to-date methodologies and open source tools to provide customers with robust and secure software – delivered on time. Our staff is experienced both in high-level architectural design and low-level programming.
Log-On Java department utilizes the following technologies:
Web Applications – Dozens of satisfied customers prove Log-On’s ability to develop secure and web applications using various application servers and web containers. Our engineers are familiar with both common servers such as WebSphere, WebLogic, OC4J, JBoss and Tomcat – as well as other, less widespread containers such as Dynamo, Resin and SunONE.
Open Source – As the open source industry is maturing, our team has extensive experience in projects such as Spring, Struts, Hibernate and Velocity. The usage of such tools, along side with ready-made code bases assures rapid development at low cost.
Data Access – Log-On engineers leverage standard data access technologies such as JDBC by using advanced tools like Hibernate, iBatis, Castor etc. Log-On is also the proud owner of QuickSELECT for Java – a JDBC that exponentially speeds up SELECT statements.
Our team is also qualified in using databases starting from MySQL and MS–SQL to Oracle and UDB.
Business Integration – Log-On has provided many of its customers with tailor made integration solutions. Our system architects facilitate middleware tools as well as common methodologies to successfully integrate alien systems. Orchestration, Web services, Service Oriented Architecture, JMS and JBI are just some of the tools used by our architects and development team.
Desktop Applications – Although Swing has not gained much popularity as a GUI platform – it’s impressive multiplatform capabilities are a must for some projects. Our team has built impressive configuration, management and monitoring applications using Swing, SWT, charting tools and JMF. Such applications are either built from scratch or uses an IDE framework such as Eclipse or NetBeans.