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Targeting your Exact Business Needs and Writing Solutions that Deliver Results

Over the course of 10+ years, McKula Inc has provided solutions for many small and large companies. No job is too big or too small for our development team.

Our team has expertise in web, desktop, and mobile applications. Our developers are experts in a broad range of Microsoft technologies such as the .Net Framework, ASP.net, C#, VB.NET, XML, SQL, Javascript, Windows Forms, Windows Services, SharePoint, and much more. McKula Inc is located in South Western Pennsylvania just 40 miles south east of Pittsburgh.

We proudly serve the businesses in our community as well as many customers around the world.

Let us know if a custom built solution can help you solve a business need.

.NET Development Experience

McKula Inc offers a broad range of solutions to meet your needs. Our consultants can walk your team through the product life-cycle from start to finish. We specialize in cloud solutions as well as self-hosted solutions. Some of the many solutions we provide include application integration (including ERP systems), customer portals, supplier portals, business intelligence, data analytics, B2B sites, and B2C sites. These are just a few examples of the many ways we can help your project succeed. Our broad array of experience across many industries will help bring new ideas to your projects. While we can offer our experience, ideas, and suggestions, the software remains yours and you always have the final say over how it works.

Tailored Solutions for Specific Business Problems

The total cost of a custom application is competitive with pre-packaged software when accounting for training, implementation, and license fees. Custom applications also offer many advantages over pre-packaged software. A custom application will adapt to your business processes instead of adapting your business processes to the software. Providing you with a tailored solution will give you a competitive edge, keep your business up-to-date, and help control costs by eliminating recurring license fees all while creating efficiency by including only the features you need that are customized to your practices.

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External Login Providers in ASP.NET Core
Wed, 24 May 2017 12:11:51 GMT
Rui describes how using a external login provider works in ASP.NET Core, both using only authentication middleware and using ASP.NET Core Identity.
QR Code Generator In ASP.NET Core Using ZXING.NE
Tue, 23 May 2017 12:10:28 GMT
Rajeesh creates a QR Code Generator in ASP.NET Core 1.0, using ZXing.Net.
LINQ Basic To Advanced - MVC Demo Application
Mon, 22 May 2017 12:06:52 GMT
Sibeesh explores some basic and advanced LINQ queries. LINQ queries in an MVC demo application.
Displaying Image In WebGrid And Changing Background Color Of Webgrid Row On Mouse Hover
Sun, 21 May 2017 12:05:22 GMT
Debendra binds images in WebGrid and changes the background color upon hovering.
Performing CRUD Operations With ASP.NET MVC Core And Entity Framework Core
Sat, 20 May 2017 12:02:32 GMT
Jignesh perform CRUD operations with ASP.NET MVC Core and Entity Framework Core.
Exploring ASP.NET Core View Component
Fri, 19 May 2017 12:00:45 GMT
Brij discusses ASP.NET Core ViewComponent in detail, with example. He also covers using ViewComponent as TagHelper
Extending ASP.NET Core response compression with support for Brotli
Thu, 18 May 2017 12:27:51 GMT
This post shows how to extend ASP.NET Core response compression with Brotli compression and how to influence which compression algorithm will be chosen.
ASP.NET MVC Data Annotation – Server Side Validation of Controls – Textbox, Dropdownlist, Checkbox,
Wed, 17 May 2017 12:25:37 GMT
See how to do server side validation of controls like textbox, dropdownlist, checkbox and radiobutton in ASP.NET MVC using data annotations and a custom validation class.
Contributing to .NET Core for Dummies
Tue, 16 May 2017 12:21:17 GMT
In this article, Rion Williams discusses his experience with contributing to open-source .NET projects for the first time. The post focuses on dispelling many of the myths and misconceptions about the process and how you can contribute too!