- The current version of digiProjects was developed in C#, MVC and Silverlight. The previous iterations of digiProjects were developed in MS Visual Basic and before that in a 4GL called FOCUS.
- Flexibility of the language has been crucial over the years as project engineering companies tend to change the way they do things virtually on each project.
- The current database standard is MS-SQL Server 2012 This database is robust, fast, and scales well when be accessed by multiple users. Small systems can be installed on a standard PC, but can be scaled up to PC’s with quad processors, RAID 5, etc. as the transaction load increases.
- By changing the connections at the ADO level in digiProjects we can run the system on ORACLE, or any other ADO compliant database.
- We currently use MS-SSRS as our reporting tool of choice. This provides a sound platform with sufficient flexibility to meet most requirements.
Graphics / graphs
- MS Excel is widely a widely used for analysis and graphing. Consequently, we took a decision to build all our graphical reports in Excel. This allows technically advanced users the opportunity to enhance the presentation to their own specific requirements.
- digiProjects is delivered in Web & CLOUD versions. The Web version can be run on a local intranet or extranet, depending on client requirements and configurations.
- Some use is made of custom designed services, especially for long running batch type jobs.
- Please note: the current version of digiProjects uses Silverlight and can be run on any recent Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer browser. Google Chrome does not support Silverlight.