Full Stack Development

Our devs take care of the backend via NodeJS, refining your project to remove errors and glitches even before QA get their hands on it. The team also uses React, Angular and Vue to slash development time and bring you the product faster. Plus, it improves the look and usability of your web applications which is one of our main goals. In short, we keep development quick and smart.
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The process of MEAN web development is made more convenient as you’re creating full-stack JavaScript applications. These build upon Open Source bases to grant you dynamic capabilities. The MEAN/MERN/MEVN full-stack development hinges on:

  • MongoDB: a database for documentation, important for data storage on backend applications
  • Express: Running via Node.js, this is a backend web app framework
  • Angular / React / Vue: For a change, this is a frontend one, helping your JS code run in the target’s browser, enabling dynamic functionality
  • NodeJS: this is the final key, a runtime environment for JavaScript backend

For the backend side we often prefer to work with NestJS which is a progressive NodeJS framework for building efficient, reliable and scalable server-side applications.

Full-stack javascript development


Common language, better team efficiency with less resources

If you build the foundation of your web app via JavaScript, it will be easier for the rest of the devs (including future staff) to understand the code and tweak it. This streamlines the development process by uniting frontend and backend, which keeps costs down and efficiency high. It’s a huge pro for us as we favor Agile methodologies.


Extensive code reuse

Building with JavaScript allows for reusing code, nearly halving the number of lines of code written. This speeds up the dev process and substantially reduces the maintenance and refactoring difficulty. Plus, it has no adverse impact on the end-product while providing this boost. So it seems like sharing is caring after all!


High performance and speed

Who would say no to cutting the response and load time of their product by 35%? We certainly wouldn’t, which is why we use Node.js as a lightweight and fast building block for backend development. It makes the product more flexible and convenient in use, which is the standard we always strive toward.


Huge talent pool

If you look at the annual Stack Overflow survey, JS is king of the languages still, reeling in plenty of professionals. Thanks to that, you can be sure that there’ll always be an expert engineer at your disposal. After all, we did manage to gather enough of them for a whole team. Incode Group sets its diligent QA team to keep the quality level high and your products running smoothly.


Extensive knowledge base

Running into a dead end isn’t surprising when developing complex solutions but the magic of Internet usually helps solve the problem. That is, as long as there are enough people knowledgeable on the subject. Luckily, JavaScript has nearly 70000 experts on StackOverflow alone.


Free, open source toolset

Working with JavaScript is a joy for our team as their tools are practically unlimited thanks to a treasure trove of free and open source projects. This means they’re working with a consistently updated set of utility features that opens up a whole world of possibilities that are usually locked behind a pay gate.


  • Frontend

  • Backend

  • Database



The Typescript framework allows our experts to convert whole preexisting apps into it, speeding up the development and expanding your toolset. Plus, Typescript supports Classes and Modules, ES6 features, packaging, and overall provides faster work with lightweight solutions.

Key pros:

  • Scales well with object orientation
  • Plenty of tools and features
  • ES-next compliance
  • Optional static typing
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