FullStack Labs is a leading team of Angular.js developers, engineers, programmers, coders, and architects. Uber, Siemens, and hundreds of other companies have chosen us for their mission critical software development projects.
We start each engagement with a two week trial period to give you a chance to work with our team and make sure we’re a good fit. If you’re completely satisfied, we’ll bill you for our time and continue the engagement. If you’re not completely satisfied, you won’t be billed, and you will have the option to either cancel the engagement or request a new designer or developer for your project.
American Portfolio Holdings is a financial services company with 800 advisors across the country. Their legacy custom software program needed a few new features designed and developed with Node.js. After striking out with another consultancy, they hired FullStack Labs, and we completed the project on time, and on budget.
“The FullStack team was brought in at a very crucial time. They ramped up quickly on our project and were able to deliver under tight deadlines.“
We design and build greenfield apps of all shapes and sizes using Angular.js combined with a Node, Python, or Ruby on Rails backend.
Have a legacy Angular.js app? We’re here to help. From debugging and maintenance to feature development and DevOps, we'll tailor a development plan to meet your needs.
Need to add an Angular.js developer to your existing team? We’ll seamlessly integrate as many Angular.js developers as needed, to help you go faster and level up your team's skills.
The experience I've had with other firms is in direct contrast to what FullStack did. I'm comparing them with two other firms I worked with in the past. They care a lot about what their clients are doing. They bring their ideas and concepts to the table. I felt like they were on my team. They added a lot of value in terms of ideas and continue to do so. No matter who's working on the project you feel like they care about the work that's being produced.
FullStack Labs' managers have been engaged throughout. The whole project management staffing, matching team to task has been fantastic. All their staff is very committed. I'm very aware of how much bureaucracy there is in the tech world, and we've gotten nothing but solutions. I am totally happy with their approach to everything, their integrity, honesty, the whole thing. It's great.
We were very happy with the way the whole process was facilitated. We started talking to FullStack Labs three months before we signed any contract with them. We met with them in person several times. We wanted to find out what their philosophy is. Both Brian and David are fathers with young children, so they understand the importance of the work we are doing. That shows through in their work. It was obvious they cared deeply.
Through user research, experimentation, prototyping, and testing, we eliminate guessing and personal bias and ensure what we build engages your users.View Our Playbook
Combining agile development methodology with impeccable code and an unrivaled level of client visibility, our team expertly delivers custom software projects on time and on budget.View Our Development Process
We offer a variety of maintenance agreements to support your custom software project long term, including DevOps, performance management, upgrades, feature development, etc.
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Projects start at $50,000.
FullStack Labs is a leading team of Angular.js developers, engineers, programmers, coders, and architects. Uber, Siemens, and hundreds of other companies have chosen us for their mission-critical software development projects. Angular.js is a crucial tool to develop your project, here are a few Angular.js Interview Questions you can use to screen your Angular.js candidates:
Q: What is the difference between Components and Directives?
Components break up the application into smaller parts; whereas, Directives add behavior to an existing DOM element.
Q: What is the use of @Input and @Output?
When it comes to the communication of Angular Components, which are in Parent-Child Relationship; we use @Input in Child Component when we are passing data from Parent to Child Component and @Output is used in Parent Component to receive an event from Child to Parent Component.
Q: Could you describe some of the differences between Angular >2 and Angular 1.x?
Q: What are the compilation methods Angular offers to compile your app and when are they used?
Q: How can an Angular app be attacked?
Q: What is dependency injection and how can you use it in Angular?
Q: How would you use redux style (state management) concepts with Angular 2?
Q: Explain the lifecycle hooks of an Angular app and their sequence?