Longplay Software is a Kansas City based company offering full stack web development. We specialize in the MEAN stack: Angular apps backed with RESTful web services written in NodeJS, Java, or Go. We also provide consulting and training on git, REST, team processes, various soft skills, and more.
Our founder, Lyndsey Padget, has been building software for over 18 years...which is, like, 74 in tech years. Padget has worked with both large corporations and startups to build performant, scalable, and maintainable software that solves problems.
Longplay was created because of a belief in how software should be built, but also how people should be treated. We recognize that technology may not be your core business, so we strive to give you as much or as little information as you need in a way that is easy to understand and plan around. While other firms give you the runaround, make grandiose promises, or inundate you with buzzwords, Longplay's process is approachable and transparent every step of the way.
No surprises. No gimmicks. No kidding.
Do you need a web presence or a site makeover? Longplay Software can help you build a beautiful web site that looks and works great on any device. Longplay can also build custom apps for iOS or Android!
Sometimes you need more than a web site or mobile app. Longplay Software developers can build custom tools & workflows for your particular needs, including desktop apps and hardware integration.
Longplay specializes in RESTful API design, which can help bring your integration into the 21st century. Back-end development is our jam, so we can build the functionality behind the APIs, too.
Longplay developers aren't just code monkeys, they're well-spoken human beings. We love engaging with the tech community to learn and teach new things.
While tech blogs and conferences offer breadth, private speaking and training engagements offer more depth. Longplay Software has become a go-to guide on git, in particular.
Sometimes you need to bounce ideas off of someone and get unbiased, professional advice. Longplay is eager to understand your processes and make suggestions.
So are we. The best way to get the ball rolling is with a conversation, which is always free.