Web Development Services

Top notch web infrastructure for your online business

Smooth and uninterrupted web apps for e-commerce, education, fintech, IoT and entertainment, with our web development services.

What can you get from us?


Full web service running in 3 months


Web service tailored to your business


End-to-end project delivery

Let’s talk about your project!

Need help making your web project come to live? Interested in our web development services? Contact us and we’ll get back to you within 12 hours.

Our tech stack








Spring Boot


Our projects

App Management

incapptic Connect

Empowering digital transformation with the app managing platform

incapptic Connect is an intuitive mobile automation app release software specifically designed to enable swift digital transformations for enterprise companies. By automating the app deployment process, Incapptic Connect helps brands around the world establish efficient control of app project portfolios, save labor hours and boost app time to market. Polidea delivered a new version of Apple App Store and Google Play Store forms for the incapptic Connect self-service portal. The backend was based on Python, Django and PostgreSQL. The frontend was written in the React and Bootstrap frameworks.


Best Buddies

Social apps for an inspiring non-profit organization

Best Buddies—with the headquarter in Miami, Florida—was founded in 1989 by Anthony Kennedy Shriver to end the isolation of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The iOS and Android apps that we have delivered are developed and designed for members of Best Buddies’ programmes, who build friendships and social groups across all of the US and the entire world. The whole application ecosystem is based on JavaScript: the backend uses node.js, while the iOS client is built with React Native.

Human Resources


Bringing together iOS, Backend and Web for HR startup

We supported the startup Peercisely in creating an entire digital ecosystem: the product covers a web application for employers to post job offers, an iOS app for social referrers and a complete backend presenting the best matched candidates to employers. We worked with some of our favourite frameworks and libraries to construct this complex environment, including Docker, Ember.js and the Bolts library for iOS.

Open Source

Apache Airflow

Website for the Community

Polidea team delivered front end for the Apache Airflow website. We used Hugo framework—with its templating language based on Go—and the Docsy theme. Since Airflow had the documentation previously generated in Sphinx, we integrated it with the new website to keep the UI intact.


Her impact

Website for empowering female entrepreneurs

Her impact is helping female entrepreneurs scale their enterprises with a dedicated platform. Our team developed back end in Python using the Django framework. We also integrated the platform with Google Cloud Storage and Kubernetes, as well as enabled Slack communication for the platform’s users. The back end team communicated with our front end team via REST API. From the front end side, we developed a responsive users’ interface in React/Next.js, implemented multilingual copy, and integrated UI with back end, with the async operation thanks to Redux Saga.

Open Source

Apache Beam

Faster web development and easier maintenance for the Beam website

Polidea team migrated the Apache Beam website from the Jekyll framework to Hugo. The Hugo framework is written in Go, which allows for faster web development and easier website maintenance. Additionally, we prepared infrastructure that would enable internationalization, thanks to which in the future, it will be possible to translate the website's content into different languages efficiently.


How long does it take to develop a website?

It depends on the complexity of a project. Sometimes an application can be really simple, for example, a single page with a blog. Sometimes, it can be more complicated, like an e-commerce website. The time needed for an end-to-end website development may vary from several days up to several years. That’s why it’s good to talk to some experts first who can:

  1. recommend the right architecture based on required features,
  2. define how big the website is going to be,
  3. help you estimate each feature,
  4. recommend proper tools which may speed up the development process,
  5. divide the scope of work into parts and have MVP implemented in a short time (you’ll have an overview of how the application is going to evolve and can start testing it straight away with your users).

Do I need back end for my web app?

In the case of very basic websites (for example, a portfolio) you don’t need any back end, because you usually don’t need to store and change any information—it can be “embedded” in the website’s code. When your web application is more interactive and you need to store some information, such as a database of potential clients, you can use a cloud tool like Firebase, which provides basic back end services. When, however, your website is more complex, external services might not be enough and having your back end developed seems to be the right option. History also shows that external services such as Firebase might become really expensive or shut down entirely, in which case a migration to another tool will be quite difficult.

What is the best tech stack for developing a web app?

There's no such thing as “the best tech stack" for website development. It really depends on the size and features of your application. Web development experts can advise you on a perfect toolset for your development needs. Here’s what you should take into consideration when choosing the right tech stack:

  1. tech stability—when you need a reliable app,
  2. any advanced features—such as animations,
  3. your team’s skills—what tools do they feel most comfortable with,
  4. speed of development— some tools might give you out-of-the-box features, while others are more simple.

Do I need a web application, or should I just do mobile?

A well-designed web app will work on mobile just fine, however, a mobile app won’t work on a computer browser. On the other hand, there are some technologies like React that make it possible to share a code for mobile and web, to make the apps look identical. It really depends on what your goal is. If you want the product to engage users easily—choose a mobile app, as there you have a wide variety of options to ping users, and the app will be accessible from their home screen. On the other hand, a web app doesn't require a user to download it from the store and is accessible from the browser (users don’t like to download an app if they are not sure it will bring them any value).