Netrogen have developed considerable expertise in a number of procedural and object-oriented imperative programming languages, database languages, markup languages and markup meta-languages.
PerlMost of our heavy-lifting is done in Perl for websites, including content-management systems, and business automation.
PHPWe find PHP to be an easier language to use for “light-lifting” and simple server-side tasks for websites.
XML is, almost certainly, the buzzword of the moment.
For current projects, we are conducting a detailed review, with particular emphasis on financial services, of a large number of XML, and XML-related, standards and would-be standards including ebXML, the WS-I Basic Profile, cXML, FpML, FIXML, IFX, OFX, xCBL, XBRL and BPML. In the process, we have naturally become familiar with WSDL, UDDI, and SOAP.
The current W3C Recommendation for HTML is XHTML 1.0 Second Edition. This is a re-phrasing of HTML 4.01 in terms of XML rather than SGML. This site, in common with most of our recent work, uses XHTML 1.0 where possible.