Ruby and Ruby on Rails are in the heart of most projects and the essential Martian tool of choice.
To power the most high-performant projects—to withstand high load, build networking applications or process huge amounts of data, we add Go, Scala, or Erlang to the mix.
For iOS development, Martians use the Swift language for all emerging applications. We support existing Objective-C applications as well.
To grind and analyze big amounts of data, Apache Spark is our favorite processing engine. Cassandra is used to store big amounts of data with great scalability and availability.
Dedicated Martian DevOps team uses Chef to automate infrastructure management and deploy software on Amazon Web Services or any other cloud or dedicated bare-metal hosting.
CSS transformation with plugins. Linting, variables and mixins, transpiling future CSS syntax, inlining images, and more
Provides a trivial way to pass back-end Rails variables to front-end code
Rails’ ActionCable on steroids. Polyglot replacement for Ruby WebSocket servers
Fast and secure standalone server for resizing and converting remote images
Replaces AJAX/REST with client-server synchronization of Redux actions
Advanced Procfile-based process manager for web application development
Makes CSS3 code clean and readable by eliminating vendor prefixes
Free SVG icon pack with Rails and Node.js integrations
Good doctor for slow Ruby tests: a Ruby test profiling toolkit
Open-Source Maturity Maintenance Certification for Ruby and other languages
Defines and shares the target browsers list between various front-end build tools
PostCSS plugin to use CSS Modules easily
Cozy and simple React.js animation toolkit.
UI components in Sketch
Sketch plugin to sort artboards and layers
Sketch plugin for switching component states easily
Photoshop™ script to make measurement marks