Our tech stack

Technologies for apps, devs and teams


.NET is fast and scalable, open-source developer platform, a set of tools and libraries that we use with Visual Studio and C# programming language to build REST APIs for micro-services and monolithic apps, accessible by a range of clients, including web browsers and mobile devices.

.NET is cross-platform, so everything we build runs on Windows, Linux, macOS, and Docker.


Ekobit develops responsive web UIs using Angular. Angular applications are built from components that combine HTML templates with special objects and control a portion of the page. With Angular, you operate at a higher level of abstraction and with less overall code than apps written using just JavaScript (also called “vanilla JS”) or with jQuery. Angular is powered by Typescript which adds tighter integration with tools and catches errors early.


We have extensive experience with Azure, Microsoft’s cloud computing service, particularly with features relevant to business applications such as dependable, globally redundant, and scalable data storage and computing power options. This comes with predictable costs, lower capital expenditures, and built-in security and compliance.

Azure is also the most appropriate cloud for our technology stack. All languages, frameworks, and tools, including third-party frameworks, are extremely well supported. Azure plays nice in hybrid and multicloud architectures.

Docker Containers

We use Docker containers to deploy applications in a lightweight and efficient manner. Containerized applications run consistently in any environment, including on-premises Kubernetes, Azure ACI, and others.

Containers are also used by our engineers to set up development environments. On the frontend developer’s machine, for example, a fully functional but lightweight backend part of the application can be set up. Such simulation setups are simple with Azure DevOps docker repositories. Being able to debug locally rather than relying on shared systems boosts developer productivity and satisfaction.

Azure DevOps

We almost exclusively use Azure DevOps to share code, track work, and ship software. From a development team standpoint, the best feature of Azure DevOps is built-in support for branching-friendly Git source control with code reviews and pull requests.

Our teams use backlogs and iterations to establish Scrum-style processes, and boards for Kanban-style group dynamics. Work items assist us in describing specifics and tracking the history of conversations, change requests, and other similar activities. We use Azure DevOps build and release pipelines to build, test, and deploy our code.

We add extensions and customize as needed. All of this works well with traditional on-premises servers as well as cloud-based technologies like containers, distributed Kubernetes clusters, and similar.


Business app development necessarily requires the use of high-quality data. BizDataX allows us to use masked production data during development and testing. The tool can process billions of records in a reasonable amount of time while also guaranteeing data integrity.

BizDataX Subsetting is used when shrinking your test and development databases is needed. Small databases can be hosted on any system. Finally, because we avoid relying on shared systems or test data beds, teams gain more autonomy, saving both money and time.

Generate synthetic data for new features that don’t appear in production yet. Learn more about the capabilities of BizDataX, our data masking product.

Sounds Microsoft flavored?

We are also experimenting with other modern tools. ​