Web Apps Since 2004.

Is your website boring?  Kick it up a notch.  Encodable apps easily drop into your website to make it modern, fun, and interactive, with features like file uploads, user accounts, paid subscriptions, protected pages, live chat, visitor logging, mailing lists, and more.
All apps include:
• Money-back guarantee
• No monthly fees
• Free tech support
• Easy setup (we can even do it for you!)

About Us

 

Encodable Industries is an IT company based outside Allentown, Pennsylvania, offering web apps, web design & development, and computer repair.  Thanks to the global nature of the internet, we are able to provide most of our services worldwide.  We have clients as close as Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, and as far away as Germany, Africa & Brazil.

Breaking out of the plural business-speak for a moment: my name is Anthony DiSante, and I founded Encodable in 2004, but it had existed in a less unified form for a few years prior to that.  I've been repairing PCs since 1997, and programming websites since 1999.  I worked at two great computer shops on opposite ends of Pennsylvania; both of these were privately-owned local businesses that inspired me to create my own company.  On the web-development front, in addition to selling thousands of apps and designing websites for family, friends, and businesses, I have worked as a Perl CGI programmer and system administrator for the Penn State Bioinformatics Laboratory.

At Encodable, I create the apps, write the code, do the installations, and provide the support, so you can rest assured that if you need help, you'll get it directly from the source.  And my clients consistently tell me that the service I provide is as impressive if not moreso than the apps themselves.  Thanks, guys.

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Client Quotes

The work, the thought and the organization you put into this app is incredible.
– Bruce C.
Nice script, it's saving the day on our project.
– Aaron W.
I just wanted to say that yours is the first product that I've tested so far that hasn't failed on handling uploads.  This is going to work for a print company, so they are handling nothing but large files and all the other solutions I've tried so far have not been reliable.  So far yours has been 100% successful in my tests.
– Kevin H.