Database

  • To manage and store large volume of information a database may be beneficial for your business. It helps to store new information, to run search facilities, to generate regular reports based on a real-time selection of data. USG is experienced in developing a wide variety of databases. USG can deliver custom designed database applications using a wide variety of tools, techniques and programming languages including MS Access, ADP, VB, SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle and Ingres and can advise you on the most appropriate techniques to suit your database needs.

    MySQL
    It is popular for web applications and acts as the database component of LAMP, MAMP, WAMP platforms and for open-source bug tracking tools like Bugzilla. Its popularity for usage with web applications is closely tied to the popularity of PHP and Ruby on Rails, running popular content management systems such as Joomla, WordPress and Drupal.
    Oracle
    It is one of the popular RDBMS, designed for data creation, maintenance and reports. It is been widely used back end tool for web developments. Also its known as stand alone application tool for any database management, web development.
    Microsoft SQL Server
    It is a RDBMS produced by Microsoft, its primary query language is Transact-SQL, an implementation of the ANSI/ISO standard SQL used by both Microsoft and Sybase.
    IBM DB2
    DB2 is a family of RDBMS products from IBM that serve a number of different operating system platforms. According to IBM, DB2 leads in terms of database market share and performance.
    Pervasive PSQL
    It is Pervasive Software's relational database product, designed for embedded database installations where the DBMS is distributed as part of an application software package, PSQL provides both relational and transactional access to data.
    Data Flex
    Data Flex is a relational, 4GL Object Oriented database programming language. A database programming language and relational database system (RDBMS) such as Data Flex simplifies these concepts by providing features that automatically perform the mundane drudgery of moving data around and validating its correctness.


Programming

  • A programming language is a machine-readable artificial language designed to express computations that can be performed by a computer. Programming languages can be used to create programs that specify the behavior of a machine, to express algorithms precisely, or as a mode of human communication. Well known example of programming languages are DOS, MS .Net, Java, Java Script, Jscript, JCL, REXX, C, C#, C++, COBOL, Python, VB, VC++, PHP, Perl, Ruby on Rails, Flex, etc

    Query languages are computer languages used to make queries into database and information systems. ISBL, SQL, LDAP, MDX, OCL, TMQL, XQuery, XPath, XSQL are some examples of query languages.

    A markup language is a set of annotations to text that describe how it is to be structured, laid out, or formatted. Markup languages might be manuscript form (often marks among or alongside text describing required formatting or binding), or they might be markup codes used in computer typesetting and word-processing systems. The former are also commonly used to describe the required layout of papers, articles, standards, or books. Scribe, GML, HTML, XML, XTML, RDF, OWL and ColdFusion are some well known example of Markup Languages.

    A scripting language, script language or extension language is a programming language that allows some control of a single or many software application(s). Languages chosen for scripting purposes are often much higher-level than the language used by the host application. Shell Script, GUI Script, Unix Shell, HTML, AJAX, Java, XML, JSP, ASP are well known example of scripting language.

    In the function-level style of programming, a program is built directly from programs that are given at the outset, by combining them with program-forming operations or functionals. Lisp is a well known functional level language.