Bridge NZ needed a way to easily access to Club event results across New Zealand, for team events and Swiss pairs. We decided to create a web app which uses HTML5, CSS, Kendo UI with embedded Razor. This allowed us to create an easy to use, fully functioning application that Bridge NZ and all its clubs can use.
Razor is a markup syntax based on ASP.NET that lets you embed server-based code (Visual Basic and C#) into web pages.
Server-based code can create dynamic web content on the fly from servers or other web pages.
We used this to generate the results in the web app.
Kendo UI Mobile is a performance focused UI framework top of jQuery. Making use of adaptive rendering technology, it emulates native-looking UI on devices without developers having to change anything.
We used Kendo UI to create a visual appeal of the website while also keeping the website fully responsive on all devices.
These languages were used to glue all the components together creating a web app that fully caters for the customer.
Overall, Bridge NZ now has a web app that there club organizers can easily use to keep track of results and share them with the organisation.