Front-end Development

Front-end is the way your software communicates with users and the overall experience depends on how responsive and convenient this communication is. At Zupit, we design and develop front-end solutions for websites and mobile apps to offer the best possible presentation to the back-end. We make use of the latest front-end development technologies capable of providing a great user and visual experience.


We create high-performing applications using this open-source Javascript framework with support libraries, server-side rendering, state-of-the-art tools and component-level caching features.


We simplify the development and testing of modern front-end applications using this open-source framework, exploiting the robustness of Typescript for the management of large projects.


The dynamism and flexibility of this Javascript framework allows you to develop web and mobile front-end apps by updating only the necessary components based on data changes, maintaining speed, simplicity and scalability..

Why we prefer Vue.js?

Vue is much less binding than Angular or React. It offers support for a variety of build systems, without restrictions on the application structure, simplifying configuration and starting code writing.
This allows you to deliver a "minimal" product much faster and offers a wide degree of freedom in building advanced projects, compared to any other framework.
Vue embraces the philosophy of simplicity. Developers with a basic knowledge of HTML and JS, designers and junior profiles working in a team can start with Vue and understand it immediately.
Moreover, Vue relies on classic web technologies rather than starting from scratch.
Last but not least, with only 23kb Vue.js is a light framework compared to Angular (143kb) and React (43kb), which is reflected in its boot time.

Vue.JS - the “progressive framework ”

Vue.js is an incrementally adoptable ecosystem with a dual identity of both a library and / or complete framework dedicated to the creation of reactive web interfaces.

  • Less binding than Angular/React
  • Light and performing
  • Faster learning curve
  • Based only on HTML/JAVASCRIPT
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Modernization & Migration

There is an inherent risk in modernizing a legacy application.
As long as the legacy application has been around, its code base has been reworked through bug fixes, feature improvements, and dozens of other developer interventions. Each given section of code has a logic that determines the exact requirements of the company.
The new code, by its very nature, does not possess it. During the modernization of a piece of code there is the risk that the logic will be lost or the functionality will be incomplete.
However, we can mitigate this risk by modernizing a single page at a time with time/cost advantages. When we do this, we get the following benefits

  • Developers are introduced to the legacy application in manageable blocks.
  • Product owners and quality control team members can draw an individual comparison between legacy and modern features and possibly update them.
  • È it is possible to disable modernized pages to solve any serious regressions.
  • È it is possible to introduce new features that were previously blocked by technological / interface constraints.

Single Page Application Development

SPA guarantee shorter response times, better performance and, consequently, a better user experience. They are more comfortable to use, easier to update and are not tied to a single device.
A Single Page Application is fast because it loads resources only once for the duration of the application. Only data travel back and forth.
Development is simplified and rationalized, there is no need to write code to render pages on the server and it is much easier to start working.
Single Page Applications are easy to debug with browsers, it is possible to monitor the network operations, examine the elements of the page and the data associated with it.
Finally, the development of mobile apps is simplified because the developer can reuse the same back-end for the web application and the native mobile application.