|Kalpadrum understands the importance of reuse of code and also the various platforms of choice for various customers. So Kalpadrum makes sure the code is reusable and easily portable to various platforms.
Cross-platform software may be divided into two types; one requires individual building or compilation for each platform that it supports, and the other one can be directly run on any platform without special preparation, e.g., software written in an interpreted language or pre-compiled portable byte-code for which the interpreters or run-time packages are common or standard components of all platforms.
Kalpadrum has expertise in both type of cross-platform development. We have been working with the Java as well as with .NET for various projects and platforms and can make sure that the application is cross-platform in that sense. Our experience covers cross-platform development for projects as well as products.
Challenges of compiler based cross-platform development are taken care of by considering various architectures, compilers & using the features of the language / tool with care. Vigilant developement team at Kalpadrum makes sure no assumptions are made about the features of the language and the architecture.
The work required to make a single set of sources work for more than one platform increases its robustness, makes maintenance easier and improves the reusability of your code. Exposing your code to multiple compilers reveals coding errors in one compiler that are not detected in another.
Considering the advent of various Linux servers as well as Windows based servers; Kalpadrum has successfully handled challenges of supporting same code for various platforms and operating systems.
Kalpadrum has experience of developing in C / C++ in such a way that the code can be used with various Windows platforms (32 / 64 bit), many flavors of Linux (32 / 64 bit), as well as the Mac OS.
One of the key factors in Kalpadrum’s cross platform development is management of the code. This is done in such a way that there isn't any contamination that will break the code for any particular platform that the application is supporting. To maintain this, we have code-reviews for any changes done in the code.