As a software development firm, Chetu is constantly adopting new technologies and tools. With HTML5 it is able to cut down per platform costs for each mobile platform, yet provide a smoother experience on mobile devices. The company will show its prototypes at The eLearning Guild’s DevLearn Conference & Expo 2012 in Las Vegas, October 31 – November 1.
Chetu says that the initial prototypes their teams have implemented show superior and “near native” experience for eLearning content using HTML5. In addition, Chetu uses new technologies and tools such as Sencha Ext JS, Phone Gap Apache, Net Biscuits, and others for adaptive rendering on these devices. Essentially, the content is dynamically adapted to the screen size and user interface for a multitude of devices without needing custom effort for each platform.
“With the unique combination of eLearning industry experience and technical skills, we are able to implement much faster and at a much lower cost for our clients,” said Branden Malone, national account manager for the eLearning and education division at Chetu. “We are proud of our in-house mobile development team, especially with the constantly changing playing ground in the mobile space.”
Chetu is a 12 year old US-based IT service provider that delivers world-class IT solutions to entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 clients worldwide. With a growing team of over 450 skilled engineers and software developers, Chetu is able to provide a unique delivery model that blends an on-site/off-site team in a setting that fits the customer’s budget, yet does not compromise on local, face-to-face interaction or real-time collaboration. Beyond providing IT resources, Chetu also excels in providing industry-specific technology solutions. Its services include process and systems design, package implementation, custom development, business intelligence and reporting, and systems integration as well as QA and testing, maintenance, and support. Chetu’s expertise spans across the entire IT spectrum.
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Meet the Chetu team in booth 221 at DevLearn 2012, or visit http://www.chetu.com.