We’ve recently released our new marketing site. Our product is called Jumpido – learning math games with Kinect. We use Kinect for Windows sensor to capture body gestures. The game is played by jumps, kicks and squats. It implements game-based learning principles and also has adaptive content. The result – really fun math software for the classroom.
Website is available at jumpido.com
I’ve used Microsoft backend technologies – ASP.NET MVC 5 hosted on IIS 8. The whole thing is on Azure Virtual Machine. No database in current version.
This setup has pretty good performance with output cache enabled – like 250 requests per second with keep-alive connection. Virtual machine is of type “Small”.
As every modern site Jumpido should look perfect on any device. So I’ve implemented Responsive Web Design approach. Maybe the best responsive framework out there is Twitter’s free Bootstrap. I’ve deep-dived into it and LESS styles language. More you use Bootstrap the more you love it. It has really amazing components.
For CDN I always use Amazon’s CloudFront. It has great performance from all over the world.
So that’s it. Go check jumpido.com