Low cost web & Android app development for Bury St Edmunds

Why choose New Media Aid?
We develop affordable cutting-edge web apps, Android apps and ecommerce websites. Providing bespoke app development services since the year 2000, we are only 47 miles from Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. The development cost of a bespoke Android app, web app or ecommerce website for organisations in Suffolk will usually be between £2,000 and £5,000.

We develop advanced, bespoke, Android apps, mobile-friendly web applications and e-commerce websites for Suffolk organisations who want state-of-the-art web and mobile applications at down-to-earth prices.

If you are looking for custom made, Android app development,mobile-friendly website development or e-commerce website design you need look no futher than New Media Aid.

A random fact!
Bury St Edmunds is 47 miles from our app development office in Hitchin and 47 also happens to be the BCP document series (BCP 47) published by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) defining language tags that are used in a number of modern computing standards, including those from the IETF related to the Internet protocols such as HTTP. We use this to set the language of our Android apps by means of the setLanguageTag method of the Java java.util.Locale.Builder class. (Java.util.Locale.Builder).

Useful app developers term of the day: Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit

Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit (formerly known as CNTK) is an open-source deep learning framework developed by Microsoft. It is designed to be efficient, flexible, and scalable, making it suitable for a wide range of machine learning tasks. The toolkit provides a set of powerful tools and libraries for building and training deep neural networks, including convolutional neural networks (CNNs), recurrent neural networks (RNNs), and deep reinforcement learning models.

Some of the key features of the Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit include:

  1. Efficient distributed training: The toolkit provides efficient distributed training capabilities, allowing users to train large-scale models across multiple GPUs and machines.

  2. Flexible programming model: The toolkit supports a flexible programming model that allows users to define and train deep neural networks using multiple programming languages, including Python and C++.

  3. Built-in algorithms: The toolkit includes a wide range of built-in algorithms for training deep neural networks, including stochastic gradient descent (SGD), mini-batch SGD, and Adam.

  4. Integration with other Microsoft products: The toolkit integrates well with other Microsoft products, including Azure Machine Learning, which allows for easy deployment and scaling of machine learning models in the cloud.

  5. Pre-trained models: The toolkit includes a range of pre-trained models, such as ResNet and VGG, that can be used for a variety of computer vision tasks, including image classification and object detection.

Overall, the Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit is a powerful and flexible deep learning framework that offers a range of features for building and training deep neural networks. Its scalability, efficiency, and integration with other Microsoft products make it a popular choice for machine learning applications.

Crimes reported in Bury St Edmunds
Our custom app development prices are criminally low, but not as criminal as these events recently reported in Bury St Edmunds.

How safe is Bury St Edmunds?
Here are some Jan 2024 crimes for Bury St Edmunds which we have added to show you how our software engineers can integrate data from external sources in web apps.

bicycle theft
  • Shopping Area (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Angel Hill (Under investigation)
  • Parking Area (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Northgate Avenue (Under investigation)
  • Anselm Avenue (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • A1302 (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
criminal damage arson
  • St Olaves Road (Under investigation)
  • Anselm Avenue (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Supermarket (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Parking Area (Under investigation)
  • Springfield Avenue (Under investigation)
  • Nightclub (Offender given a caution)
  • Parking Area (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Brentgovel Street (Under investigation)
  • Woolhall Street (Awaiting court outcome)
  • Klondyke (Awaiting court outcome)
other theft
  • Hospital (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Nelson Road (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Churchgate Street (Under investigation)
  • Beetons Way (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Brentgovel Street (Under investigation)
possession of weapons
  • Camberley Court (Under investigation)
  • St Andrew's Street North (Awaiting court outcome)
public order
  • Further/higher Educational Building (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Lake Avenue (Under investigation)
  • Eastgate Street (Under investigation)
  • Friary Meadow (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • The Vinefields (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Supermarket (Under investigation)
  • Parking Area (Awaiting court outcome)
  • Supermarket (Awaiting court outcome)
  • Parking Area (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • St John's Street (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
theft from the person
  • Merchants Place (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Brentgovel Street (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Chalk Road (south) (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • High Baxter Street (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Skinner Street (Under investigation)
vehicle crime
  • Avenue Approach (Under investigation)
  • Thingoe Hill (Under investigation)
  • Abbeygate Street (Under investigation)
  • Brayfield Close (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Beetons Way (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
violent crime
  • Merchants Place (Awaiting court outcome)
  • Bunbury Road (Under investigation)
  • Parking Area (Under investigation)
  • Woolhall Street (Under investigation)
  • Skinner Street (Under investigation)
other crime
  • Raynham Road (Unable to prosecute suspect)
We are only 47 miles from Bury St Edmunds