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Our web server does not collect any personal data, except for error messages and diagnostic purposes.

Discretion: Of course, grashouse is committed to discretion and also treats your non-binding inquiries strictly confidential.



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What is grashouse?

Grashouse is an acronym and company name at the same time and we liked the wording.

As a web development company, we combine the latest technologies with ease of use. [html, css, javascript, databases, frontend, backend andManyMore].


About NodeJS

Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment that executes JavaScript code outside of a web browser. It allows developers to run JavaScript on the server side, creating server-side applications with JavaScript.

About VueJS

Vue is an independent, community-driven project. It was created by Evan You in 2014 as a personal side project. Today, Vue is actively maintained by a team of both full-time and volunteer members from all around the world, where Evan serves as the project lead. You can learn more about the story of Vue in this documentary.

About Quasar

Quasar (pronounced /ˈkweɪ.zɑɹ/) is an MIT licensed open-source Vue.js based framework, which allows you as a web developer to quickly create responsive++ websites/apps in many flavours.

For example, we like how these frameworks make it possible to create websites on the fly.

In its developments, grashouse always combines the good old with the exciting new.

[About us]

Grashouse was founded in 2020.

Over the years, grashouse has become a trusted synonym for reliability and stability.

In the last two years grashouse have implemented numerous projects and realized the online presence of our customers.

Just contact us and we will solve the problem for you.



Our philosophy is very simple: "Make it easy and understandable."

The customers want a stable and expandable system in which they can easily find their way around and where functions are not overloaded.

Many web developers have been working with the same techniques since primeval times and do not see that time flies by.

"We think we are creating the system for our own purposes. We believe we are making it in our own image... But the computer is not really like us. It is a projection of a very slim part of ourselves: that portion devoted to logic, order, rule, and clarity."

[-Ellen Ullman, Close to the Machine: Technophilia and its Discontents]