Well-Architected JavaScript / Optimized Web Service Usage / HTML Templating
Well-Documented HTML, CSS & JavaScript / CSS Scripting / JavaScript Unit Tests
JavaScript Frameworks / Reusable HTML Modules / CSS Architecture
Third-Party Libraries / Accessibility Updates / Web Service Installation
Developing Architecture / Enhancing User Experience / Planning for Scaling and Extension

Legacy Code Analysis

JavaScript and HTML that do not perform well can create a drag on your user's experience. Front-end technologies have advanced greatly over the last five years and it is in your organization's best interest to ensure you are not behind your competitors.

Mozum is adept at reviewing existing client-side code to discover pain points which may be reducing your system's scalability, performance, maintainability, and/or usability.

Improve Scalability

Poor scaling user interface code produces a slow experience for users dealing with large or complex user interfaces on one given page. Mozum helps our clients refactor their codebase to stabilize and improve their user's experiences.

Better Performance

Slow performing client-side code directly impacts a user's experience. Mozum is experienced in testing front-end code to identify performance issues and offer steps to remediation.

Common User Interface Performance Issues
  • Poor JavaScript DOM manipulation
  • Inefficient compilation tasks for CSS and JavaScript
  • Unnecessary HTML
  • Excessive CSS repetition
  • JavaScript memory leaks

Reduce Maintenance Costs

Maintaining poorly architected code produces a higher long-term cost over well planned code. Mozum's user interface web development experts know how to find and update code practices that burden a team with high maintenance costs.

Common Code Updates to Improve Maintainability
  • Separation of CSS, HTML, and JavaScript code
  • Modularizing CSS declarations
  • Creation of a development mode deployment
  • Installation of CSS scripting technologies
  • Integration of a JavaScript framework to enforce architectural standards
  • Reducing repetitive HTML or CSS