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Adding capabilities to your existing system

Web Design and Develop Software/System Plugins

Plugins allow you to write subprograms that hook into a more extensive program; these subprograms then run, modify or add to the behaviour of the running program.

Why Develop Plugins​

Adding new Features

A Plug-in is a software component providing a specific feature to an existing system.

Optimise your System

Reduce the size of an application by not loading new features.

Enhance Compatibilities

Implementing the modular concept of separate source code from an application.

What plug-in we do

What plug-in we do

Depending on the software or system that you are using, we can provide development solutions for both internal and external plug-in development:


WordPress Plug-in

WordPress is open-source software you can use to create a beautiful website, blog, or app.

HR Systems

Develop a plugin to add features to existing HR systems to cater to your organisation's requirements.

Moodle Plug-in

Moodle is the world's most popular learning management system. Start creating your online learning site in minutes!

Project Management Systems

Every project is different. We provide plugin solutions to integrate and modify the processes within your existing systems.

Canvas LMS Plug-in

Canvas LMS is the open, extensible learning management system that amplifies everyone’s awesomeness.

Our Plug-in Development Processes

No idea where to start? Don’t worry; We will be guiding you through an easy-fast-proved process.


Step 1: Plan your plug-in

Decide on the services you want the plug-in software to provide and how it will interact.

Step 2: Understanding your system

We will analyse your system and a proper development method to create the plug-in.

Step 3: Code Writing

Write your plug-in code and implement the appropriate Plug-in API methods for essential plug-in operations.

Step 4: Installation & Testing

Install the plug-in in the plug-in directory for your system, test your plug-in and debug as necessary.