Vucommerce Global is a global leader in creating the technologies at the heart of our connected world. Powered by the research and innovation of Vucommerce Global - Technology Services, we serve digital business-transformation and internet professional services and products with the industry’s most complete, end-to-end portfolio of businesses. we are reshaping the future of technology to transform the experience. A truly IT company working GLOBALLY for more than 7900+ SMEs and in 130+ Countries.


Vucommerce Global Technologies (TECH) is our advanced technology business. Formed in 2011, TECH builds upon our solid foundation of industry-leading licensing and technology R&D capabilities. By focusing on Digital Media and Digital Business Transformation, TECH is expanding the human & business possibilities of the ever-evolving world of technology.

We are determined to explore, discover and develop the ways in which technology can transform our lives. Whether taking steps towards a healthier life or sharing experiences like never before, we make our vision for a connected future your reality for today.

Our mission is to create effortless, beautiful and impactful technology products and solutions that move the world forward.

We call ourselves TECH and we’re passionate thought leaders, innovators, mentors and visionaries, spread across the globe. We bring our diverse set of talent and experience to bear with a single goal in mind - to enable technologies designed to bring the human family closer together.

Building upon our heritage as a globally admired leader in web, apps, software is only a part of this mission. We’re pioneering virtual reality by creating technologies that enable immersive experiences that transcend borders and enable rich interactions that allow us to feel more together.

The Internet of Things (IoT) connect everything, everywhere and every moment to enable it to achieve greater value and service by exchanging data with the manufacturer, operator and other connected devices based on the network infrastructure.

We believe that when Technology and Life collide, you'll always find a Great Story...

Our products have greater depth than just a front view, back view and side view. We believe our innovative products are the keys to unlocking, capturing and creating incredible new business experiences.


Vucommerce Global employs more than 150+ engineers, which accounts for 70% of our workforce. VUCOMMERCE engineers encounter and solve some of the most challenging internet scale problems that exist today. Our backend teams work on widespread data centers and a cloud-based microservices architecture, wielding Scala as their weapon of choice. At VUCOMMERCE, client-side code is not just a gateway to functionality, it’s a huge part of the system. Our FEDs design large systems, working in the latest frameworks such as ReactJS and AngularJS.


​ VUCOMMERCE engineers take responsibility, think end to end, and completely own the architecture of their features. We’re big on Test-Driven Development, which encourages easy to read and refactor clean code standards. We employ a Continuous Delivery model, which gives engineers the autonomy to deploy their code to production. VUCOMMERCE also offers a variety of tools that help engineers monitor their software after it’s live—and rollback if needed.

Technology We Use :


Browsers are the interpreters of the web. They request information and then when they receive it, they show us on the page in a format we can see and understand.

  • Google Chrome - Currently, the most popular browser brought to you by Google
  • Safari - Apple’s web browser
  • Firefox - Open-source browser supported by the Mozilla Foundation
  • Internet Explorer - Microsoft’s browser.


HTML is a markup language. It provides the structure of a website so that web browsers know what to show.


CSS is a Cascading Style Sheet. CSS let’s web designers change colors, fonts, animations, and transitions on the web. They make the web look good.

  • LESS - a CSS pre-compiler to make working with CSS easier and add functionality
  • SASS - a CSS pre-compiler to make working with CSS easier and add functionality

Programming Languages

Programming languages are ways to communicate to computers and tell them what to do. There are many different programming languages just like there are many different lingual languages (English, Spanish, French, Chinese, etc). One is not better than the other. Developers typically are just proficient at a couple so they promote those more than others.

  • Javascript - used by all web browsers, Meteor, and lots of other frameworks
  • Coffeescript - is a kind of “dialect” of javascript. It is viewed as simpler and easier on your eyes as a developer but it complies (converts) back into javascript
  • Python - used by the Django framework and used in a lot of mathematical calculations
  • Ruby - used by the Ruby on Rails framework
  • PHP - used by Wordpress
  • Go - newer language, built for speed.
  • Objective-C - the programming language behind iOS, lead by Apple
  • Swift - Apple’s newest programming language
  • Java - Used by Android (Google) and a lot of desktop applications.
  • Dart (Flutter) - Dart is a programming language designed for client development, such as for the web and mobile apps.


Frameworks are built to make building and working with programming languages easier. Frameworks typically take all the difficult, repetitive tasks in setting up a new web application and either does them for you or make them very easy for you to do.

  • Meteor - a full-stack (front and back end) javascript framework
  • Node.js - a server-side javascript framework
  • Ruby on Rails - a full-stack framework built using ruby
  • Django - a full-stack framework built using python
  • Ionic - a mobile framework
  • Phonegap / Cordova - a mobile framework that exposes native api’s of iOS and Android for use when writing javascript
  • Bootstrap - a UI (user interface) framework for building with HTML/CSS/Javascript
  • Foundation - a UI framework for building with HTML/CSS/Javascript
  • Wordpress - a CMS (content management system) built on PHP. Currently, about 20% of all websites run on this framework
  • Drupal - a CMS framework built using PHP.
  • .NET - a full-stack framework built by Microsoft
  • Angular.js - a front-end javascript framework.
  • Ember.js - a front-end javascript framework.
  • Backbone.js - a front-end javascript framework.
  • Flutter - an open-source UI software development kit created by Google.


Libraries are groupings of code snippets to enable a large amount of functionality without having to write it all by yourself. Libraries typically also go through the trouble to make sure the code is efficient and works well across browsers and devices (not always the case, but typically they do).


Databases are where all your data is stored. It’s like a bunch of filing cabinets with folders filled with files. Databases come mainly in two flavors: SQL and NoSQL. SQL provides more structure which helps with making sure all the data is correct and validated. NoSQL provides a lot of flexibility for building and maintaining applications.

  • MongoDB - is an open-sourced NoSQL database and is currently the only database supported by Meteor.
  • Redis - is the most popular key-value store. It is lighting fast for retrieving data but doesn’t allow for much depth in the data storage.
  • PostgreSQL - is a popular open-sourced SQL database.
  • MySQL - is another popular open-sourced SQL database.
  • Oracle - is an enterprise SQL database.
  • SQL Server - is an SQL server manager created by Microsoft.

Client (or Client-side)

A client is one user of an application. It’s you and me when we visit Client’s can be desktop computers, tablets, or mobile devices. There are typically multiple clients interacting with the same application stored on a server.

Server (or Server-side)

A server is where the application code is typically stored. Requests are made to the server from clients, and the server will gather the appropriate information and respond to those requests.


The front-end is comprised of HTML, CSS, and Javascript. This is how and where the website is shown to users.


The back-end is comprised of your server and database. It’s the place where functions, methods, and data manipulation happens that you don’t want the clients to see.


Protocols are standardized instructions for how to pass information back and forth between computers and devices.

  • HTTP - This protocol is how each website gets to your browser. Whenever you type a website like “” this protocol requests the website from google’s server and then receives a response with the HTML, CSS, and javascript of the website.
  • DDP - is a new protocol created in connection with Meteor. The DDP protocol uses websockets to create a consistent connection between the client and the server. This constant connection lets websites and data on those websites update in real-time without refreshing your browser.
  • REST - is a protocol mainly used for API’s. It has standard methods like GET, POST, and PUT that let information be exchanged between applications.


An API is an application programming interface. It is created by the developer of an application to allow other developers to use some of the application’s functionality without sharing code. Developers expose “end points” which are like inputs and outputs of the application. Using an API can control access with API keys. Examples of good API’s are those created by Facebook, Twitter, and Google for their web services.

Data formats

Data formats are the structure of how data is stored.

  • JSON - is quickly becoming the most popular data format
  • XML - was the main data format early in the web days and predominantly used by Microsoft systems
  • CSV - is data formatted by commas. Excel data is typically formatted this way.