December 30, 2017

Pulse Report 2017: Waverley Engineers in Press & @ Tech Events

At Waverley Software, the year 2017 was a busy one. Always looking for opportunities to learn and grow, our professionals are often invited to share their experiences with others. Following is a short summary of the events that Waverley participated in, as well as articles and books that Waverley helped create. 1. Our Senior Engineering…

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November 30, 2017

How Waverley Helped Develop Jibo, The Best Invention of 2017

We are proud to share the news: TIME Magazine has just recognized our client, Jibo for the Best Invention of the year 2017. The weekly magazine “TIME” is one of the oldest and the most influential publications in the USA and worldwide. With a weekly circulation of 4 million in the US alone, TIME Magazine’s…

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April 12, 2017

How Much Does It Cost to Create an App?

Statistics shows that the average mobile app development costs $270 000 (Kinvey CIO Survey), $250 000 – $500 000 (Enterprise mobility exchange) or $171 450 – according to Clutch. Do these dry figures tell you a lot? We don’t think they do. The reason is – we know what building an app normally costs and,…

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March 15, 2017

Why and How to Migrate from NPM to Yarn

By Viktor Tsimbal Yarn is a new package manager for node.js. It is a common project developed by such companies as Facebook, Exponent, Google, and Tilde. It is distributed under the BSD license. At the time of writing this post, the current Yarn version is 0.17.10. The main reason why developers choose to transition to…

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March 6, 2017

Higher, Stronger, Faster: Digital Design Trends 2017

By Eugenia Chornenka and Anton Babenin We are surrounded by tons of information. Information is everywhere, but users still need more. They demand faster interaction with websites and mobile apps, continuously raising the requirements for UI. Today’s web design has to be perfect in terms of user experience, leveraging the latest technologies, unique and innovative…

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