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Our Mission: Planning and implementing optimal IT solutions for our customers.

First release of Migeran is available

Migeran is now available. Just follow the instructions to get started in a few minutes.

And what is Migeran? It is your next best friend to port Android apps to iOS, or to create multiplatform mobile apps in Java.

Migeran in 60 seconds:

  • Based on Android ART runtime
  • Full iOS 8 API coverage
  • Eclipse integration (debugging, Migeran specific code assist, code folding ... etc.)
  • UI Designer, Xcode integration
  • ... and much more.

Even better: Migeran is being released as open source.
Find out more at www.migeran.com.

Migeran: Write iOS Apps in Java and Scala

The standard tools for Android and iOS app development require us to rewrite our app for each platform from scratch.

Migeran is a new development tool, that allows developers to write cross platform native mobile apps for Android and iOS in the Java or Scala language. Migeran's unique features include:

  • Java runtime based on Android ART
  • A new Java to native library with automated native binding generation
  • Complete support for the iOS and Java APIs
  • Eclipse and Xcode integration
  • Debugging and testing support: both on the simulator and on real devices

For more information about Migeran, visit http://www.migeran.com.

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Google Android from a Developer's Perspective - Talk at the Free Software Conference 2009, Szeged

I gave a talk at the Free Software Conference 2009: "Google Android from a Developer's Perspective".

After the presentation I held a workshop, where I showed in practice how nice the development environment of Android really is. I used PreziMote, our OpenOffice.org remote control application as an example, which is able to control presentations over Bluetooth.

The slides may be downloaded from here. (in Hungarian)

Broadcasting video with Android - without writing to local files


One of the weaker points of the Android platform is the Media API. When compared to the J2ME API, one important feature is missing: the ability to record to a stream and to playback from a stream.

Why is this important? There are a number of use cases.

For recording:

  • post-processing audio / video data before writing out to the file system
  • broadcasting audio / video without writing out the data first into the file system, which also limits the broadcast to the available free space on the device.

For playback:

  • pre-processing the audio / video data before playing
  • streaming using protocols that are not supported by the built-in media player

In this blog entry we will show a method to broadcast video (and audio) from an Android phone to a network server, without writing to the file system.

How to use Google App Engine in Education

I had a talk at the LOK 2009 (Linux in Education) conference about Google App Engine. In the presentation I gave an overview about the App Engine itself:

  • The general architecture.
  • The Python runtime.
  • A very brief introduction into the data store.
  • A demo application to show some of the features.

At the end of the presentation I showed a very basic message wall application. It is online at: http://lok-2009.appspot.com.
The slides and the source code are available here (the code is in English, the slides are in Hungarian).

Read on for more details.

Developer Devices for Android


As a nice Christmas Present for developers and hackers, Google announced a developer program where completely unlocked phones can be picked up for a very reasonable price. The phones include an open bootloader, so the developers may upload custom firmware to the phones. And the best news is that the program is also available for Hungarian developers!

The details can be found here: http://code.google.com/android/dev-devices.html

Our First Contribution to Android


Our first contribution to the Android platform got just merged and deployed to production. Yes, we actually contributed to the Gerrit code review tool.

Our patch makes it possible to browse all changes, not just the open ones. Why is this important?

Every project's history is a very important asset. It documents decisions, like "why was this change merged" or more importantly "why was this change rejected". It also provides an access to historical discussions.

This makes the development process easier to follow, and more open to contributors.

Is Android an open source platform? Yes!


In the past few weeks (or even months, before anything was even open sourced) many opinions appeared on the internet, that the Android platform is

  • not really open
  • includes kill switch, which is evil
  • has substantial limitations
  • reserves functionality to built-in / closed applications
  • it is just J2ME in a new dress

I can completely understand this frustration. However, contrary to these opinions, I don't think that there is anything wrong with Android in this regard. The problem is, like in most cases, communication.

Many people, who read the slogan open source platform were actually expecting an open source firmware for mobile phones. Of course, this is not what Google promised.

So the real question is: What is an open source platform?

Our new homepage is ready

Our new homepage is ready, where besides the generic company information you will also find the blogs of our team. The main topics are:

  • Description of products and services
  • Analyses
  • Introduction of different technologies
  • Interesting topics from the realm of information technology
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