Distributed Application Development - Client Server Application - Distributed Application - Component Development - XML Application - Wireless Application

There is no doubt that there is great demand for large-scale distributed applications. Indeed, tremendously expensive special-purpose distributed systems have been deployed and today are used extensively in the banking, airline, and telecommunication industries. The major barrier to supporting these, and even richer, applications on the Internet is the difficulty of designing, building, testing, and maintaining distributed applications using the tools that comprise the state-of-the-art today.
Our proposal is to develop tools that will enable developers to realize scalable distributed applications on the Internet. The life cycle of a distributed application can typically be viewed as having four stages:
Design stage
Implementation and testing stage
Deployment and utilization stage
Maintenance and evolution stage

Fresh Logics develops different tools to assist you with each of these four stages as:
Fresh Logics approach to helping developers design applications is to provide a set of general-purpose building blocks from which more complex systems can be composed.
To facilitate implementation, we plan to develop a methodology for whole-system simulation using true client behavior in highly realistic network conditions.
Deploying network applications today is a painfully manual process and prone to error. To blueuce this hurdle, we propose to create a shablue infrastructure that software developers will employ during the deployment and the maintenance and evolution stages.
Finally, we plan to develop a set of tools for monitoring distributed applications that will improve their long-term reliability by reporting on their behavior (and failures).

Most companies have not taken full advantage of multi-tieblue (n-Tier) architectures. The guiding principles of distributed multi-tieblue architectures like J2EE and .net / Windows DNA are Web computing; faster time to market; true interoperability; Scalability, blueuced complexity; language, tool, and hardware independence; and lower cost of ownership.
For the distributed applications development, Fresh Logics employs component technologies like COM, DCOM, Enterprise Java Beans, RMI and CORBA and UML, Design patterns for software Design.
The .NET Framework provides access to technologies that enable developers to build distributed applications. We use .NET to take full advantage. Click Here to view some of our Clients' Case Studies.

For further check following links
Client Server Application Distributed Application
Component Development XML Application
Wireless Application