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BSL Blog, Projects and Developments

Our development skills, agile project management and our commitment to on-time / on-budget delivery all illustrate our passion for software. Visit our project portfolio to learn more about some of our successes.

Here in our blog you’ll find “behind the scenes” news, and information about what interests us – and our clients. How our engineers and designers work closely with clients – large and small – to deliver reliable, innovative solutions. Learn about our technologies, responsive websites and the mobile apps we’ve delivered for iOS and Android. Whatever the challenge, we can help you to achieve your business goals. So get in touch, and find out how we can help with your next project.

Front-end Developer with Marketing skills – Gabriella Pap

Front-end Developer with Marketing skills – Gabriella Pap

We’d like to welcome Gabriella, the newest addition to our team. She’s working as a junior Front-end Developer, but will also be putting her online marketing skills to good use. Gabriella wants to become a Full-stack developer. Her new colleagues at the Bright Side of Life will be very happy to help her reach this goal.

A look back at BSL in 2018

A look back at BSL in 2018

The year is almost over, so time to look back at 2018. It’s been a good year, with many new orders and several new clients. We’ve also welcomed a number of new colleagues. And our workload was so great that we collaborated for the first time with a third-party developer. He helped us deliver two new web applications over the summer.

Pulse – a new Responsive web application from BSL

Pulse – a new Responsive web application from BSL

Staying up-to-date with the latest news is important in almost any business. But it’s essential for PwC consultants, who need the latest news to better serve their clients. BSL developed Pulse, a custom-made information platform to aid them, and we recently delivered a new Pulse responsive web application.

Rare Care project through the eyes of a Front-end Developer

Rare Care project through the eyes of a Front-end Developer

Because we frequently develop custom software at BSL, we often become closely involved with our clients and their goals. Our developers recently completed the RareCare.World website. Here, you can read about how one of our front-end developers experienced working on the project.

A Drupal 8 website with high aspirations

A Drupal 8 website with high aspirations

BSL was approached by the Stichting Shwachman Support, a Dutch patient organization. They had joined forces with other patient organizations and experts to develop a new website: Rarecare.world. They recognized that BSL had the expertise to make their vision a reality. BSL redesigned the website and developed a new back-end.

New online marketer for BSL

New online marketer for BSL

Since the beginning of October, a new colleague has strengthened the BSL marketing team. He will use his creative writer skills to improve the content of BSL’s online presence. As online marketing assistant, he and his colleagues are responsible for all BSL’s online content.

Continuous Web Development – tips and tricks

Continuous Web Development – tips and tricks

In two earlier blogs, we describe the advantages of a continuous web development process. An approach where you create a minimum viable product (MVP) which can be improved and enhanced over time. Our final blog in the series summarizes these benefits, helping you to develop and sustain a successful website – and save money!

Eight reasons for Drupal 8 migration

Eight reasons for Drupal 8 migration

Drupal 8 release was first published in 2015. However, Drupal 7 users were cautious about opting for a Drupal 8 migration. Drupal 8 contained many changes, and many popular Drupal 7 modules were not available in the early releases. But fast forward to 2018… Drupal 8 is now mature. With stable releases that can be used for production sites.

Design and development tips for your next web project

Design and development tips for your next web project

In an earlier blog we wrote about the advantages of starting with a minimum viable product, then extending the functionality in a series of incremental releases. A so-called continuous development process offers many benefits. And lowers your risks. This second article focuses on further development tips, focusing on the development process.

Treat your web application as a continuous development

Treat your web application as a continuous development

Companies frequently treat websites as one-off developments. As a result, many sites are neglected over time. They no longer meet current technology standards, security needs, or user expectations such as a responsive design on mobile devices. Continuous development solves many of these problems. And offers many other benefits too!

Do you also have a question?

Many visitors to our website have a question. For example, they want to know the cost of developing their software. Or whether it's possible to connect websites to existing systems. We're happy to answer any questions you may have, no strings attached. So please don't hesitate to get in touch!

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