Developing tailor-made algorithms for energy is one of the most promising services of Smartwatt. The challenge is launched by our clients, who usually are companies with large amounts of data looking to unlock the value hidden on it.

 

The output of the models are basically numbered and if we sent those numbers to our clients it would not make any sense to them. So, we need to make the algorithms SPEAK – this is the last step of the process to enable the client’s decision-making process. In 90% of the situations, Smartwatt’s service output is a tailor-made web application to visualize the information.

 

Our company culture demands innovation, performance and technology, and we take it very seriously. This means that we work with the latest and more robust technologies. Our people are expert and dedicated professionals dedicated each day to create platforms and dashboards that collect, organize, and interpret data in a beautiful way together with high-performance visual frameworks.

 

The combination of the tools we use for developing a web application is called the web development stack, which is categorized into front-end and back-end. The technologies differ between them, but they synchronize in function as a whole. 

 

Today we will focus our attention on the front-end, known as the client-side or the interface for the user. Interactiveness, user-friendliness, graphical layouts, visuals are relevant characteristics to our front-end. To develop the front-end, our developers use a combination of tools with different purposes. So let’s know them better:

JavaScript

Our web applications are based on Javascript, the most popular client-side programming language, which brings interactiveness, easy scalability, high performance and allows us to create robust web applications compatible with the browsers we use every day.

ReactJS

This technology was developed by Facebook, and it is a JavaScript library used in web development to build web elements, allowing Smartwatt to build user interfaces quickly and efficiently.

Recoil

recoil

Recoil is a recent technology created by Facebook that allows us to efficiently manage existing data, centralize this management, and improve the application performance.

NodeJS

NodeJS is an open-source runtime environment built on the Google V8 engine. It handles data as an intermediate layer, runs asynchronous events and in this way, we can scale and thus provide the data required to feed our applications efficiently.

Socket.IO

socket.io

At Smartwatt, we work in real-time frequently, and Socket.IO was developed to use open connections to facilitate real-time communication to simplify our communication process by allowing bi-directional communication between client and server.

TypeScript

The goal of TypeScript is to detect mistakes early through a type system and make JavaScript development more efficient.

Sass

Sass

An extension of CSS that enables our developers to optimize development time and code structuring regarding style variables.

This web development stack gives to our SPEAK module the ability to:

 

    • – Perform better and faster
    • – Work with real-time information
    • – Scalability
    • – Powerful visual frameworks
    • – Give a pleasant user experience

All this together provides our clients with the power of unlocking the value of data, increasing their competitiveness and revenue.