Throughout its 10 years in operation, Linnovate has successfully implemented many innovative projects, the most well-known of which is the MEAN.IO stack—an HTML5 web development framework that allows for the rapid configuration and deployment of websites and apps. The company has launched the latest version of MEAN.IO with Angular 4 and GraphQL support built in, through which it provides a framework for microservices and other options when choosing databases and frontend frameworks. “MEAN.IO has received over 10,000 GitHub stars and is adopted by software giants such as Autodesk and Qualcomm,” states Lior Kesos, co-founder and CTO, Linnovate. Moreover, as a reputed member of the International Drupal Community, Linnovate has contributed immensely to its growth and is a force of innovation in Israel’s Drupal ecosystem. The company’s Openideal innovation platform, which is in use by governments, enterprises, and nonprofits, is a unique blend of Drupal 8, GraphQL, Node.js-based microservices, react, and angular technologies.
Through its innovation prowess, Linnovate has recently launched patterns and reusable abstractions to streamline enterprise operations.
One of the innovative projects which Linnovate undertook was for one of Israel’s largest hotel chains. During the process of rebuilding the client’s website, Linnovate implemented a GraphQL-based middleware solution comprising Drupal 8, Node. js, Recollect, Rootbot, and ElasticSearch. These technologies were engineered to work in tandem, in order to provide an exceptional user experience for every guest. The solution empowers guests by allowing them to control most of the actions relevant to their stay—including ordering, opening doors, payments, and lighting—through the use of a mobile application. Many of these actions, such as door locks and lighting were completely automated, and in combination with Linnovate’s unique middleware solution marked their client’s entry into the IoT space.
As a pioneer of open source technologies, Linnovate intends to focus on productizing additional SaaS-based technologies. The company has also set its sights on extending support to more customers across multiple domains through improved documentation, and expanding its operations across the U.S. and Europe. “The market is clear about the need for 24/7 support, state-of-the-art maintenance, and modern upgrades to infrastructure. We intend to take our services to newer heights,” he concludes.