Reasons to Work With Us
Hire Coordinated Teams
Our teams were a part of many challenging projects. Hire the whole team including a team leader and leverage their coordinated skills.
Hire Single Developers
If you are not interested in our teams, you can also hire just single developers. We call this service outstaffing.
Experience Across Different Fields
Moravio cooperated with many industries. Every industry has its specific features. Having the experience, our teams are able to speak your language.
You don't need to build your internal organisation. Hire our team for the project and replace us with internal staff later.
Design -> Develop -> Support
You don't need to have technical knowledge to work with us. We have product managers and designer, who will help you to prepare backlog for our programmers.
Expand Your Developer Capacities
Do you have technical staff already? Great! Cooperate with us in co-development model and hire another team to scale fast.
What is Flutter & Flutter 2?
Flutter is an open-source framework created by Google for creation of multiplatform native applications. In the first version, it was possible to develop only for Android, iOS and the web. In the second version, which was released in 2021, development support was added for the Windows, Mac and Linux desktop environments. The programming language used is Dart, which is also created by Google.
Why use Flutter / Flutter 2?
Thanks to a single source code, Flutter offers clearer and more efficient application management and development. Thanks to Flutter, there is no need to develop on each platform separately, but only in one place, with one main source code. This also results in shorter and therefore cheaper development of your applications. Flutter is a very young framework, but in the few years of its life (and coupled with Dart programming language), there are more than 15 000 different packages created. Today, Flutter is already used by companies such as Amazon, Microsoft, Adobe, Alibaba, eBay, Toyota and others to create their applications.
Here's what we've been up to recently.
Explore how dlib, renowned for its facial recognition and object detection capabilities, harnesses the Histogram of Oriented Gradients (HOG) method and Support Vector Machines (SVM) to transform images into condensed vectors for advanced analysis. Learn how the dlib library handles determining which images are similar and which are not.
4 min read | 01 Feb 2024