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Nov 2019

Driving the App Dev Vehicle Top-Down

It’s All About the User eXperience My team and I are constantly talking to our customers about putting their customers first. Because when it comes to developing or modernizing an application, we all know that in today’s digital era, you need to put the user first. Industry advice repeatedly recommends Start from the front end, […]

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25
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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24
Nov 2019

The perfect storm

Looking back we found ourselves in the perfect storm over the last year developing Servoy v8. As our focus for Servoy v8 was primarily on user experience, we learned that great UX in modern web applications relies on responsive design. Responsive design means the user interface adapts to the device dimensions. Such a UI will […]

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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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21
Nov 2019

Q&A Webinar 'Clear Pricing for a Cloudy Future'

This Q&A refers to the Pricing Webinar we held at August 2nd. The questions are answered by Jim Geisman, Jim is an acknowledged expert in B2B software pricing. Jim is the Founder and a Principal at Software Pricing Partners and has been helping software companies deal with their pricing challenges for more than 20 years. […]

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21
Nov 2019

Software Magazine: Servoy Adds Improvements for Developing 'SaaS and Back' Hybrid Apps

Software Magazine published a new product announcement on Servoy 5.0. Here is an excerpt from the article: “Servoy 5.0 from Servoy allows for the development of “SaaS and Back” hybrid applications, all from a single code base. The hybrid applications can be deployed as Software as a Service (SaaS) or on-premises through a browser and […]

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20
Nov 2019

From VFP Application to Servoy Solution Success Story: Michael Sedita, CEO of MS Health Software

This month’s newsletter features another Servoy Success Story: MS Health Software. MS Health Software is a provider of behavioral healthcare and social services management solutions. They developed and marketed a LAN application based on VFP, but as time progressed, the company recognized that Visual FoxPro was perceived as old technology; and lacked needed features such […]

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19
Nov 2019

Servoy Special Webinar: Expert JavaScript – June 11

Join Paul Bakker, Project Manager at Servoy, for a one-hour, information-packed webinar to learn the ins and outs of advanced JavaScript. Watch for a more in-depth description of the upcoming webinar to follow shortly. All you need to attend this webinar is a web browser and a telephone. Make sure to register as soon as […]

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17
Nov 2019

Covering Your SaaS

As the adoption rate of SaaS (Software as a Service) applications goes through the roof – it looks like Washington has finally taken notice. There are several issues that are coming to the forefront – including privacy, data security, data ownership and data portability that I think will become hot issues both in the press […]

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14
Nov 2019

Servoy in the Amazon Cloud: New AMI for Servoy 5.1

We have updated the Servoy AMI on the Amazon Elastic Cloud to Servoy 5.1. With Amazon’s Elastic Cloud you can instantly host Servoy applications at a low cost. All you need to do is log-in and fire up a Servoy app server. With one click, Servoy apps can then be put into production. It’s really […]

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