Tech Stack

At Smart Connection our technology stack focuses on multiple sets of tools, frameworks, programming languages, databases, and other technologies used to develop and run applications. The specific technology stack can vary widely based on the project/application focus, goal, and the nature of its products or services. Below is a general overview of components that is part of Smart Connection's stack which we would be happily to advice you on based on your requirements

Programming Languages:

  • Backend: Python, Java, Node.js, Ruby, PHP, C#, Go
  • Frontend: JavaScript (React, Angular, Vue.js), HTML, CSS
  • Mobile Development: Kotlin (Android), React Native, Flutter

Web Development Frameworks:

  • Django (Python)
  • Ruby on Rails (Ruby)
  • Flask (Python)
  • Spring Boot (Java)
  • Express.js (Node.js)


  • Relational Databases: MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server
  • NoSQL Databases: MongoDB, Cassandra, Redis
  • phpMyAdmin (for MySQL), pgAdmin (for PostgreSQL)

Cloud Platforms:

  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

Containerization and Orchestration:

  • Docker
  • Kubernetes

Version Control:

  • Git (GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket)

DevOps Tools:

  • Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD)

  • Jenkins, GitLab CI/CD, Travis CI

Frontend Tools:

  • Webpack
  • NPM or Yarn for package management

APIs and Microservices:

  • RESTful APIs
  • GraphQL
  • Microservices architecture


  • Jest, Mocha (JavaScript)
  • PyTest (Python)
  • JUnit (Java)
  • xUnit, Integration Test (C#)


  • SSL/TLS for secure communication
  • OAuth, JWT for authentication
  • Security scanning tools

Collaboration and Communication:

  • Slack, Microsoft Teams
  • Jira, Trello for project management