Database App Development

Magora provides the full range of database app development services to help you organize your data effectively. We ensure you have access to trouble free maintenance and integration of the latest digital technologies into your business.

Database Development Service

Database applications provide users with real-time dynamic capabilities. Magora is the leading IT company providing database development services in the UK and around the world.

Any software depends on the browsing efficiency in the underlying database. For effective navigation any application needs clear logic, optimal sampling and filtering methods, and quick communication methodology. The successful combination of these three essential qualities ensures the smooth operation of even the most complicated enterprise app.

Information management is a difficult task that requires effective organization and the flawless execution of logical processes. Organize data into manageable sequences for easy access and validation. In the present era of Big Data and advanced information technology, every business on the planet can benefit from the successful tracking, management and use of its data. Magora is the company that can help you maximise the value from all three.

What We Offer

  • Database development and optimization
  • Data Extraction, Conversion and Synchronisation Services
  • Maintenance and backup services
  • Web-based database managemen

The database plays a key role in today's web-based application as most dynamic sites need custom development on the backend. Database web application development is gaining popularity in the business world and apps are often used to serve employees on the corporate intranet. Intranet application development offers each company more security and power than simply using the basic level of interconnected infrastructure.

If you have an existing app, we can provide you with improved, adjusted, or additional services.

Data extraction is an integral part of any platform migration or app enhancement. We also provide consulting services at RG Infotech to help you refine and maintain your existing applications.

How to Choose a Database for Your Mobile App

Synchronization and offline functionality are the keys to successful mobile apps.

The mobile application that requires an active internet connection is a thing of the past. If the app depends on the connection, the experience may become unstable and unpredictable.

To avoid network dependency issues, databases and cloud service providers add synchronization and offline capabilities to your mobile products. Solutions such as Couchbase Mobile, Amazon Cognito, Microsoft's Azure Mobile Services, and Google's Firebase provide elegant synchronization that allows programs to work both online and offline.

With so many products, how do mobile development groups choose the right technology for the right app? The following six key metrics are paramount when evaluating mobile solutions: security, platform support, modeling flexibility, synchronization optimization, conflict resolution, and topology support.

Do you need to go beyond iOS and Android? Do you want to support platforms traditionally not considered to be mobile, such as embedded systems, IoT and portable devices? Are you looking for support for Windows and OS X desktops and laptops? Many of today's apps start with your phone and add a local desktop or web client application. It's important to evaluate database and cloud options based on the platform support you need, not only today but also in the future as well.

When you use synchronous and distributed storage, it is important to securely access, transfer, and store data. To resolve this problem you need to pay more attention, while developing code for this process, covering it with more tests for vulnerability and hackers attacks.

Authentication must be flexible and allow the use of standard, public, and custom authentication providers. For many applications, it is also important to support anonymous access. For static data on servers and clients, you need to support file system encryption and data-level encryption. For data on the go, communications must pass through secure channels, such as SSL or TLS protocols. Our development team offers solutions so qualified users can access and modify the data with no headache.

The flexibility of data modeling will determine whether you can articulate the needs of the app model efficiently and accurately. More importantly, as your needs change, you can effectively continue the development of your working model. The flexibility of any system is especially important on mobile devices, as today's mobile applications are evolving a lightning speed. With Magora, you can be sure that your data modeling is too.

Relational databases are still a good choice if your app requires rigid data consistency or is highly correlated. However, the NoSQL database offers greater flexibility when these requirements can be relaxed a bit.

For mobile platforms or any other platform that uses distributed data writing, that data can sometimes be modified across multiple devices at the same time, creating a processing conflict that can bring even the most robust system to its knees. The system needs failsafe mechanisms to support the resolution of these conflicts. The flexibility of a conflict resolution mechanism is important and must be activated automatically, in the device, in the cloud, externally or by some human actor.

The conflict resolution process will be unique for every system. For example, the default parsing rule for a version tree used by Couchbase Mobile is "the most active branch." This is the same approach used in version control systems, such as Git, which is quite different from "recent changes" in clock-based systems." Clock-based solution systems often have problems with time inconsistencies between devices. Couchbase also allows for more complex conflict resolution, such as three-way consolidation through a client or server code.

In addition to being able to resolve conflicts, it is important to have the ability to control timing. This includes copy strategy, conditional copy, and copy filtering. For replication strategies, look for convection, polling, single, continuous, and push support. You can also use some combination of these strategies if just one won’t be enough. For conditional copying, you may need to copy the information in some cases, such as when your device has Wi-Fi or the battery is full. For filtering copies, you can copy some data, but not others.

Our development team will provide you with configurable synchronization topology support. In other words, we will configure the system to allow certain parts to go offline when necessary. The most common topology is Star. With Star topology, each device uses a point-to-point connection to the hub, allowing the device to operate offline. Other common topologies, such as trees and grids, allow different parts of the system to be disconnected other than the device. You can also support a cloudless topology by allowing your devices to connect peer-to-peer and synchronize directly between themselves.

A POS system is a good example of a tree topology. If the POS system is disconnected from the internet, it requires physical storage to continue running. In this configuration, POS devices will be synchronized with the store-level database, which will be synchronized with the global system. Therefore, regardless of connectivity, stores can continue to operate and synchronize data with their POS devices.

When you want to add synchronization capabilities to your app, you need to decide whether you should develop your own network or purchase it from a service provider. Proper synchronization setup is difficult and expensive because it has to deal with all the complexities of distributed computing. For most applications, it is best to keep the files synchronized to a dedicated stack and focus on the functionality of the app. The key is to choose a flexible solution. If you choose the construction path, be prepared to spend a lot of time and resources to create proper synchronization and support everything listed above.

When choosing synchronization and mobile storage vendors, a top-to-bottom inspection of the aforementioned criteria is critical for the development of the safe, flexible, and manageable mobile app that is always up and running (whether connected to the internet or not).

The database is the backbone of almost any app. It provides support to customer service, internal processes, sales and marketing. Magora has a lot of experience in the field and we are eager to provide clients with services related to database development in order to guarantee high quality services and top-of-the-line performance. As an Oracle partner, we have access to an expansive internal knowledge base and expert technical consulting that only an industry leader can provide. We have a group of certified development professionals that have a solid understanding of the most advanced technologies needed to offer the most professional development services available.

Magora’s team approaches each project individually. More than 8 years of development experience is strong proof of the company’s professional competency.

We have experience in the following areas:

  • Oracle: PL/SQL, Oracle XML DB, Oracle RAC, Oracle Warehouse Builder, Oracle Text, Oracle APEX, Oracle BI.
  • Microsoft SQL Server: MS SQL Server Analysis and Integration Services, Reporting Services, T-SQL.

The importance of using a database

Database management systems organize, store, and manage large amounts of information in a single software app. Effectively leveraging the DB server is the key to solving information management problems. This is very important because it manages files efficiently and allows users to easily perform multiple tasks at once. Most importantly, these DMSs are crucial to organizations because they provide an efficient way to handle a wide variety of different data.

To take full advantage of these database systems, users can sort and structure the information in a way that best fits the needs of the company or organization. Data can be entered into the system and accessed periodically by the designated user. Each user can have a password assigned to access only a portion of the entire system. Several users can use the system differently in different ways.

Although MySQL and Oracle are relational DB management systems, MongoDB and Hadoop are NoSQL databases.

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At Magora, not only do we possess the qualifications required to perform advanced database app development, but we also offer our clients a wide range of business consulting, marketing support and software maintenance services that help them improve the business processes and increase the ROI.

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