To ensure the perfect plugin solution for every unique situation, we prioritize optimization and compatibility.
Our team of WordPress developers uses every opportunity to upgrade existing plugins and eliminate extra features. If our experts find out that plugin architectures aren't sustainable, we craft custom-made solutions optimized for speed and usability.
At DevriX, we pay attention to every small detail and optimize every single component of your web platform.
Whenever possible, we optimize existing plugins, exclude unnecessary components and features and make separate plugins play well together. Whenever the plugin architecture isn’t stable or easily detachable, we build custom-tailored plugins that solve your problems in the best way possible, optimized both for speed and user experience.
Our team of WordPress developers is deeply involved with the WordPress community and development ecosystem. We always follow the best coding standards to provide proven, professional solutions.
In order to ensure consistency in our WordPress development workflow, we have designed a plugin framework and released it to the public. Hundreds of plugins have been built on top of our infrastructure toolkit for building reliable plugins and this ensures the seamless integration with the WordPress core, existing themes, and other plugins integrated within the platform.
Our plugin framework has also been used in various WordPress training courses for developers and entry-level WordPress experts eager to get up to speed with the best industry practices and produce high-quality code.
While off-the-shelf plugins are great to get you started, they may not provide the tailored experience your venture needs for long-term success.
Plugins available for sale (or free for use) are generic and designed to solve various problems for multiple industries.
This adds additional complexity that would backfire with multiple plugins hosted in an environment serving a lot of traffic.
They are acceptable for starting blogs and small websites, but the added complexity and performance overhead is accumulating and leading to downtime, server outages, or simply poor user experience for customers browsing a website running several of these plugins.
A 50-millisecond delay is hardly noticeable for a small website, but when 10,000 users browse your website, that results in over 8 minutes of lost time, leading to lost opportunities and sales.
The more generic plugins you use, the more that number adds up and causes a dramatic impact on your website’s performance.