March 7, 2019

Thoughts on Mobile App Development in 2019

By Sergii Rossoha, CTO Office Representative @ Waverley Software According to Statista, the global mobile app market will be worth $190 billion in 2020. Currently, Android and iOS are two the most widely used mobile platforms in the world. This is why clients coming to Waverley for software development usually prefer mobile applications supporting both….

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March 1, 2019

Waverley UI/UX Digest #3

Prepared by Kate Pasichnyuk, Lead UI/UX Designer @ Waverley Personalization   UX in the Age of Personalization Colin Eagan takes a more detailed look at the UX practitioner’s emerging role in personalization design: from influencing technology selection, to data modeling, to page-level implementation.   UX Guidelines for Recommended Content Aurora Harley urges to encourage engagement…

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December 28, 2018

The Waverley Pulse Report 2018

The year 2018 was full of emotions, events, progress, and fun. Here at Waverley, we mastered new technologies and domains, released some wonderful products and embarked on the new ones. We’ve grown across all our locations. We created something new, we shared and gained knowledge, doing what we like most and what we’re good at…

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December 12, 2018

The Guide to Test Automation of ReactJS Apps: Part 2

By Serhii Korol, Lead QA Automation at Waverley Contents How to Deal with React Data Grid The Balance between Simplicity and Versatility Charts Automation Principles Summary How to Deal With React Data Grid Grids testing might be quite complicated, and QA engineers usually underestimate the potential testing effort. The main problem with grids is in…

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December 3, 2018

Waverley UX/UI Digest #2

Prepared by Kate Pasichnyuk, Lead UX/UI Designer at Waverley We are back with our second selection of the hottest design news, trends and fresh ideas. Are you ready? Best Articles Design is About Getting Through the Finish Line In our opinion, this is the best article on how “To be a good designer”. “I’m not…

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