Instead of translating directly in the code, the developer just has to use a specific syntax around the source language text, then execute a command to synchronize with the translators.
This ease of use, and the fact that the translation interface was customized for translators and marketing team (for copywriting) speed up the whole translation workflow.
Stoquart is a translation agency of more than 20 years of experience. It has many internal and external translators working for it daily.
We developed their new project management application. This essential tool for the company includes:
Exype is a company that allows you to experience the career of a racing pilot. They offer to drive on a professional racing simulator with acceleration levels of up to 2G.
We developed a commercial website and an web application to manage and book reservations of racing slots.
We also developed a gamification platform allowing customers to create their pilot profile, to challenge themselves and to compare their rankings.
Each race makes them gain points that can be spent to unlock races and advance their career.
Creative Monkeys is a coworking space allowing several young companies and freelancers in Mons to share offices in a productive and friendly atmosphere.
We developed the showcase site as well as an interface that allows members to retrieve their invoices and modify their subscriptions.
Creation of a CMMS tool (Computerized Maintenance Management System) for JDC Airports, a company specialized in airport lighting.
This platform, both web and mobile, allows to locate all the infrastructure in place on the landing strips. It is used daily to report breakdowns on the ground with photos, and to follow the evolution of the installations and maintenance from the offices.
This project was complex because thousands of points of interest had to remain visible on the map simultaneously, while maintaining smooth phone navigation. The coordinate system also had to be converted during import.
These problems were solved in part by using the SVG format.
The hardest part of the development was to recreate a similar experience for the players, using the same levels and graphical assets as the original game.
The use of Box2D, the physics engine also used in Angry Birds was really conclusive.
The goal of the application is to discover a new touristic place by collecting pictures of key spots. You begin with pencil drawings and you need to replace them with pictures taken with your smartphone.
Once the picture is shot, it's sent to our backend for validation. The main objective is to collect all the pictures of a touristic place.
The only hint is the distance until the spot where the picture need to be taken.