201 Created

Ember.js and JavaScript Consulting Services

Augmenting Teams

We are building really great #webApp in #emberjs with help of #201-created guys @bantic and @mixonic, Feeling #awesome

Suman tweets after pairing at Fusemachines

The most effective way to build in-house skills is to build product with an expert by your side. Through code review, documentation, and pairing our team can help meet a deadline and plan a path for the future.

We've embedded with tech teams at Nest (Google), Fastly, Freshbooks, and Twitch.tv (Amazon). At startups and at Fortune 50 companies. We know what works.

OSS Consulting

Pairing with @hoetmaaiers for yesterday's Runloop workshop at #Emberfest was great. Thanks @mixonic and @bantic for a fantastic workshop!

Johannes tweets after our Runloop workshop

Using shared technology solutions means that our clients can focus on what makes them unique: Their customers, products, and teams.

For OSS to be sustainable it needs companies that use it to be involved. We're happy to discuss opportunities to sponsor open source development, or talk about how your company can get active in the OSS and JavaScript communities.

Project Work

It's rare to find developers who finish projects on time, on budget and whose code works the first time. It's even rarer to find developers who communicate effectively. Cory and Matt are these rarest of individuals.

Jared Schiffman of Perch Interactive

Whether building a prototype or a production-ready v1, the tools and strategies we use are battle tested.

Our portfolio of successful projects includes the heavily visual and artistic platform at to.be, the Bing-API Microsoft Research project HereHere, and others.

Learn more about how we approach custom application development work.

Ember.js

201 Created was one of the first consultancies to adopt the Ember.js framework. We have more than 4 years of experience with Ember. Our role in the community is sustained by our contributions, management of the Ember Community Survey, OSS Contribution Workshops, and Matt's role on the Ember.js Core Team.

Mobiledoc

In 2015 the team behind bustle.com and romper.com found that content editors were limiting their site content strategy. To meet their needs, 201 Created partnered with them to build Mobiledoc, an OSS document format and editor for rich, interactive content.

Torii

Authentication against social networks is core to the success of Vestorly's investment news platform. We collaborated on Torii to add authentication workflows to their app and the Ember community at large.

Ember Islands

Migrating from a traditional web application to a single page app can be challenging. Ember Islands facilitates a gradual redesign from server-rendered web pages to a client-rendered application. This library has been used by many companies including Kickstarter and Twitch.

Cory Forsyth speaking at Ember NYC
Updating Ember Wormhole for Fastboot
Matt Beale speaking at Ember Conf
Interoperable Component Patterns
Isaac Ezer speaking at Ember NYC
Visualize Jazz with Ember, D3, and Phoenix
Mitch Lloyd speaking at Ember SF
Designing Mental Models

Cory Forsyth

Cory has over a decade of experience in startups and technology. His first venture after NYU's ITP program was outside.in, was acquired by AOL in 2011.

coryforsyth.com @bantic

Matthew Beale

Matthew is a member of the Ember.js Core Team, author of Developing an Ember.js Edge, and startup veteran. He's spoken at nearly every major Ember conference.

madhatted.com @mixonic

Isaac Ezer

Isaac works to improve Ember development teams through training and pairing. He's spoken in NYC and Toronto on JavaScript and Ember and internationalization.

isaacezer.com @isaacezer

Mitch Lloyd

Mitch has years of experience with Ember and has spoken at several conferences. He maintains the popular Ember addon ember-islands.

mitchlloyd.com @too_mitch