HammerKit Studio

Country: 
Finland
Producer: 
HammerKit Oy, Ms. Anu Halme

www.hammerkit.com

HammerKit is a cloud-based web application development environment. Based on a unique component technology, HammerKit enables web applications to be built in a modular and visual way. A consequence of the component approach is the capacity to copy any application precisely with a single button click and to use it as the basis of another modifed application. HammerKit turns web projects into globally repeatable solutions. HammerKit differs from traditional coding-based environments, by allowing users to design and build anything from a simple web site to a complex, data-driven application. With HammerKit, you create applications in a real-time visual drag and drop interface where building web services is made easy through the use of functional elements and visual components. There is no command line coding to worry about and nothing to download or install. The real-time approach allows you to work collaboratively with your clients and your team. Everything you create with HammerKit is stored in the Cloud. HammerKit runs on Amazon AWS infrastructure and is built to scale projects as required.

Jury Evaluation: 

Cloud computing is a business and technological paradigm that is advancing with great pace all over the world. It enables the opening of new business services and new business models. HammerKit is an application that allows designing and building a service from a simple web site to a complex, data-driven application  for the cloud computing service. HammerKit is based on a component usage approach that enables any application to be copied precisely with a single button click and used as the basis of another application. As such, HammerKit turns web projects into globally repeatable solutions. HammerKit differs from traditional coding-based environments as it enables creating applications in a real-time visual drag and drop interface where building web services is made easy through the use of functional elements and visual components. The real-time approach allows collaborative work between clients and developers. It runs on Amazon AWS infrastructure and has been built to scale as required.