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Yonder sponsor of Servoy World

Yonder is proud to be one of the sponsors of Servoy World 2017!

Our partner Servoy is revolutionizing application development with its innovative and powerful technology. Their proven development and deployment platform empowers independent software vendors (ISVs) to bring amazing user experiences to life with even the most complex applications, and in record time. And Servoy’s expert team helps you execute your next big idea in the smartest possible way.

On May 17 – 20, Servoy will host Servoy World 2017 in Amsterdam. Customers from around the globe will gather and learn from experts about what the Servoy technology can do for them. Attending the eleventh edition of the ServoyWorld conference is a must if you want to expand your thinking or simply keep up with the latest industry developments. ServoyWorld offers you a unique opportunity to learn, meet and draw inspiration from a community of your peers—and have fun in one of the world’s top ten cities.

At Servoy World, Paul Cirstean, Senior Mobile Developer & Community Lead, will give a presentation on going mobile from A to Z.

Giving your customers the best mobile experiencePaul Cirstean, Senior lead web developer

A mobile experience is quickly becoming a must, even in the B2B world. It helps to stop attrition, attract new clients and gives you opportunities for upselling. So how do you create a valued mobile experience? It begins with UX, seeing the needs and usage through your customers’ eyes. Then applying an UI that caters to their tastes, setting up the architecture, followed by the technical development to realize your mobile ambitions. Paul Cirstean of Yonder, will take you through the ins and outs and give examples of successful mobile solutions.

Workshop End-to-End Testing

Yonder will also host a workshop on testing for which you will need a beginner-level knowledge of Servoy. This is a pre-conference training on May 17th 9:00-17:00.

End-to-end testing allows you to test not only the full stack but also a complete user scenario. Although it is typically done manually, end-to-end testing can also be partially automated.

For more information, visit the website.

We hope to see many of you there!




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