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Nov 2019

Automated UI Testing

Automated testing is a must in order to build a maintainable codebase and staying agile while writing code. Automated testing is a core procedure of a modern software factory where continuous builds and continuous integrations are widely used practices; testing your software manually every time a new build is prepared requires a lot of effort. […]

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22
Nov 2019

Pre- and Post- Conference Sessions Announced – Only $299 Each!

Servoy is pleased to announce that the Pre- and Post- Conference sessions have been finalized. Take advantage of the opportunity to get Servoy in-person training from the people who do it every day. You can’t beat the price — only $299 USD for each class. Here is the finalized list of training classes: PRE-Conference Sessions: […]

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14
Apr 2019

ServoyWorld 2011 – Early Bird For Only 3 More Days!

You missed the ServoyWorld Eager Beaver opportunity! But you can still join the Servoy Team in Amsterdam on Feb. 3-4 2011. Visit the ServoyWorld 2011 page and register today. The Early Bird will end after Oct. 15th and then the price will go up to $699 USD. **ServoyWorld Early Bird Pricing – only $499 USD!** […]

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30
Dec 2018

5 reasons not to move to SaaS only

Why would you move to SaaS-based only? Why not a hybrid model? Hybrid software development platforms combine the best of two approaches – on-premises and in the cloud – to meet a wide range of customer needs. Combined with mobile enterprise deployment, ISVs can use a hybrid approach to offer customers choices that meet their […]

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19
Dec 2018

Why technical debt is key to building better software?

Debt.  What does it evoke for you? Greece begging on its knees for another bailout? The Everest-size mountain of the United States national debt? The horror of losing your home and car to creditors? Most people think debt is bad. But that’s not always true. Properly managed, technical debt is a hallmark of optimal software […]

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16
Aug 2018

Who Owns the Rapid Application Development (RAD) Landscape?

Assessing Your Competition What’s comes to mind when you think about any competitive landscape? One of the biggest questions should be–and one that you can hopefully answer when researching a new product–is who, exactly, is your biggest competition? And how do the top competitors stack up against each other? This question also applies when taking […]

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5
Jul 2018

How DevOps Avoids Cloud Pitfalls with Agile Development and Deployment

In the previous blog, we looked the advantages of cloud-based deployments. Today, we’re going to talk about what that really means, including the practical implications, the burden on your team, and risks that are involved. It was several years ago when I first used the term DevOps in a software context. (In case you forgot, […]

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4
Oct 2017

One Big Reason Why NOT to Start App Dev with UI

You’re excited about your amazing idea to modernize your complex business application. You’ve scoped it, you know that it will solve a problem for your target users and it might even make you more competitive. You’ve identified your UI libraries and are ready to get started. Right? Not so fast. Let’s take a step back […]

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5
Sep 2017

Three Ways to Deliver a Better User Experience (UX)

Have you noticed a common theme in the last several Servoy blogs (“It All Begins With a Delightful Customer Experience” and “Driving the App Dev Vehicle Top-Down”)? They both focus on a single topic: the customer experience. This strategy of focusing more on helping the customer, not selling the product or features, has been around […]

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14
Aug 2017

It All Begins With A delightful customer experience

I’ve been in a leadership role at a small software company for longer than I care to admit. To be honest, if you had talked to me several years ago, I would have bet my Mini Cooper on the fact that technology—specifically software development tools and approaches, would have evolved by now to be less […]

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