Middleware is Everywhere
It’s used in operating systems, in databases, in enterprise software –- it’s likely used in the application you’re developing.
Middleware is used in software that runs in airplanes, mobile phones, web browsers, and so much more.
Middleware is the infrastructure of software-based applications that enables businesses to solve problems, to operate more efficiently, and to make money.
In some case, however, middleware is more important than just cutting some code – for example middleware that is shared across projects, across a business, or even outside the company.
As soon as the usage of the middleware extends beyond a single application, the importance of having it written by experts increases substantially, and that’s where we come in.
We at Coherent Logic understand that effective middleware development requires a higher level of craftsmanship –- the kind that can marry a solid understanding of the language and frameworks used with the business use case in order to deliver a flexible interface that will require minimal (or ideally zero) changes to the specification as it evolves over time.