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Our range of experience and expertise surpasses even the strictest expectations. At 99CodeLines we have access to resources and know-how dating back to the 1990’s. And we’re always keen to add to our skill set.

Here are just some of the technologies we like to keep handy in our developer toolkit:

Microsoft. NET C#

Designed as a general purpose and object-oriented programming language and developed by Microsoft as part of its NET. Later approved by the ECMA (European Computer Manufacturer’s Association) as a standard language.


Web application developed by Microsoft. It is an open source software which implements the model-view-controller pattern.


A JavaScript library for creating user interfaces. Facebook and Instagram maintain it along with a community of corporations and developers.

React Native

A real mobile application. React Native has been around for only a couple of years. It is based on the vastly popular React JavaScript and enables the creation of cross-platform mobile apps.


Objective-oriented, the general-purpose programming language that adds Smalltalk messaging to the C language.


An intuitive and robust programming language for iOS, macOS and more. There’s no denying that swift’s concise and expressive syntax and modern features have made it very popular with developers.


Programming language designed to be multi-purpose and for applications that can run on any operating system.


A platform consisting a number of elements that enable the creation and development of iOS and Android apps.

Appcelerator Titanium

A framework that allows for the creation of native mobile applications on a variety of different platforms, such as Windows, Android, and iOS. Open source.


High-level, weakly typed, dynamic programming language. It’s multi-paradigm and interpreted, often abbreviated as JS.


Designed to simplify client-side scripting, jQuery is an open source, cross-platform JavaScript library covered by the permissive MIT License.


Open source, front-end web application framework based on JavaScript. It’s maintained by a number of individuals and corporations such as Google to tackle the challenges of single page applications.


Current and fifth major version of the HTML standard mark-up language used for presenting and structuring content on the web.


A widely used, open source, general-purpose language particularly suited for web development. It’s the acronym for Hypertext Preprocessor.


Open source website creation tool written in PHP.


If you’re unsure regarding which language, library, framework or script is the best for your project, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. At 99CodeLines, we’re always happy to answer any queries you might have. And we do it with a smile!