Time to Make Some Changes
There are a lot of reasons application owners refactor code-bases.
Programming languages evolve, demanding new code structures or updates to code architecture.
New more efficient programs and applications are introduced into technology stacks.
Business and project plans evolve requiring more advanced functionality.
The above reasons are common, but it's not uncommon to discover one or more developers have left an owner with an inefficient or overly complex code base - or one that is dependant on a now obsolete technology.
Still Time to Make Some Changes
Or it might be that you just want to upgrade your code base, and make it awesomer.
Synonyms to "awesome":"blue-chip," "bang-up," "straight-chillin," "gilt-edge," "sterling," "top-shelf," "bonnie," "first-rate," "numero uno," "steller," "incroyable."
Staying ahead of the times.
Here Are a Few Examples of Common Refactoring Tasks:
Converting CSS to SCSS or SASS
Introducing object-orientation into your code base
Minifying your code base with DRYer code
Swapping in new more functionally fitting or cheaper libraries
Lazy loading third-party scripts
Cutting redundant or unused code
Restructuring code architecture - care for a plugin or child-theme?
Implementing or upgrading L2 CSP, for dynamic websites
Improving image processing
And much, much more...
Contact us at Build Hello, we'll get back to you in no time and identify areas refactoring will improve your user experience, and lower your 5-year net present web development cost.
And Then We Will Refactor Your Code Base
Don't worry! If we can't do it, we won't attempt it!
Instead, we'll find you someone who can get you the specialty refactoring you need.