San Francisco/Kassel, September 2010. Micromata has been invited by Oracle to present a new Java interface for KML at this year's JavaOne in San Francisco.
JavaOne is the biggest and most important conference for the international Java Community to discuss the latest issues of the Java technology. Kai Reinhard and Florian Bachmann from the Micromata GmbH will present JAK on this occasion. JAK is...
on Sep 16, 2010
In front of hundreds of guests from the economy sector, the political sector as well as the Information and Communications sector (ITK) the 'Initiative for Small and Medium Sized Businesses' awarded the Innovation Prize IT 2010 during the NORD/LB forum at the CeBit for the best IT innovations of the year. Micromata came third in the Open Source category with its Java API for KML - JAK.
on May 30, 2010
We are opening our embeddable Wiki engine "GWiki", which is written in Java with the Apache License 2.0 to all backend Java developer in the world. If you want to allow your customer to edit rich text fragments in your app, even their I18N files or mulitimedia content in the Wiki-way... try our GWiki - it rocks.
Since Gwiki can be extended with macros written in Java...
on May 22, 2010
We use the Java programming language. If you want to do a similar task, have a closer look at our work. Since ODT is part of the ODF standard, which is well defined, XML-based and easy, this task should not be that complex - an so it is.
The work was done by Tim Schäfer, he used the ODFDOM API as an abstraction layer for ODF.
Have a look at our work at...
on Mar 11, 2010
Kassel, February 2010 - The Micromata GmbH, expert for custom-fit business applications with its head office in Kassel, introduces a new module for conducting changelogs: Hibernate History records all database entries within an application and improves the transparency of the undertoken operations.
Hibernate History is an extension of the common Java framework Hibernate. It logs all...
on Feb 11, 2010
Everyone is talking about team work - but what exactly does it entail? Strictly speaking, the word denotes classical work division in which every team member is responsible for a clearly defined section of the entire production process.
We at Micromata have a different view on team work: we want every team member to understand and be interested in their colleagues' areas of...
on Jan 23, 2010