BELLEVUE, Wash. (PRWEB) January 25, 2018
Fresh Consulting just launched a free technology stack platform for technical and business professionals to build web, mobile, and desktop technology architecture. The platform, Technology Stacker (https://www.technologystacker.com), is designed to be clean and simple so users can quickly create, save, and share tech stacks privately or publicly. In the process, it provides a high level overview of technology options as well as detailed information for decision making and research.
When Fresh Consulting’s team of developers, designers, strategists, and project managers were building technology architecture for client projects, they created the technology to make stack building smarter and simpler.
Technology Stacker creates a visual representation of the technologies that apps and websites are built on. Users create and edit tech stacks, as well as view public stacks for other companies. Users have the option to sign up or login via Google or GitHub to save the stacks they create. Once a stack is built it can be shared with a direct link for presenting to stakeholders and teams of all sizes as well as exported in multiple formats, including PDF, Word, and Excel.
The goal of Technology Stacker is twofold: have a streamlined design for grouping, selecting, and reviewing technology while giving one-click access to additional resources on specific technologies for resource planning.
Fresh CEO Jeff Dance and Will Lingard, Software Development Director of Fresh’s Asia/Pacific office, led Technology Stacker’s creation with technologies such as HTML, Less, Angular, Material Design, ASP.NET, SQL Server, and Azure.
Product Co-owner Will Lingard anticipates the platform will help three main sets of users: sales and project managers, developers, and business users with non-technical backgrounds interested in better understanding technology architecture and how different technologies interact. “The direction of Technology Stacker will continue to evolve once we get this initial version out there,” says Lingard, “our goal now is to get more general user feedback to shape the product further.”