YALMIP is a high-level modeling language for optimization in MATLAB. It is very convenient to use for modeling various optimization problems, including convex quadratic programs, for example. YALMIP allows you to write self-documenting code that reads very much like a mathematical description of the optimization model.
To combine the computational efficiency of FORCES Pro with the ease-of-use of YALMIP, we have created the interface Y2F. Y2F very efficiently detects the inherent structure in the optimization problem, and uses the FORCES Pro backend to generate efficient code for it. All you need to do is to replace YALMIP's optimizer function, which pre-builds the optimization problem such that subsequent evaluations become very inexpensive, by Y2F's optimizerFORCES function, which is fully API-compatible with optimizer.
You can read more about the concept of YALMIP's optimizer here.