Hammerkit

How to create a platform for a service (PaaS) that enables web formats and repeatable solutions to be created and distributed globally using its CloudStore.

Hammerkit was a piece of software developed by Jani Vähäsöyrinki, Heikki Luhtala, and Ari Tenhunen between 2002 and 2006. This team was joined by Robin Lindroos and these four became the core of the development team. A detailed history of the founding and early years of the Hammerkit platform and the actors involved by Ari Tenhunen. The initial ideas started as a spin-off of Njet Commununications’ Anvil project to develop Java to make Java development faster and easier. The team of Vähäsöyrinki, Luhtala and Tenhunen could see that the Composer application in Anvil was still too complex for web designers to use and set up a new toolset that became Hammerkit. It was the first truly component-based web application builder available on the web. From 2002-2006 the new versions were released up to v3.5. A final release of Hammerkit v3.x was published in 2007. The team thing the name Hammerkit simply because of the simplicity of a hammer, and because of its association with the project Anvil name. Hammerkit Oy was established to market the software Mark Sorsa-Leslie joined the team in October 2007 as Managing Director and in December 2008 the company was named a Red Herring Global 100 winner In July 2010, Hammerkit debuted version 4.0 of their platform The major enhancement in v4.0 was the move to a fully hosted architecture and the user interface uses drag and drop design rather than the previous point and click approach. In December 2011, Hammerkit announced a new funding round to internationalize the business. A new office was opened in Liverpool, England and a new product, the CloudStore was launched to support the creation, reuse and distribution of web formats and repeatable web solutions. The concept is based on the approach used in the TV industry to create global formats that are localized for particular markets. Edelman and Hill + Knowlton Strategies, Hammerkit now specializes in the creation of web formats for the global public relations industry. The company was noted by Nick Jones, head of Digital at the UK prime ministers office and the office as an example of a technology that would have the task of creating web services in his view of Downing Street 2011 published in The Drum. In late 2011, The company has been announced for the World Summit Award in the e-business and commerce category with Star, Monaqasat, Hootsuite and Aeroscan. In March 2012, Hammerkit launched Hammerkit.org as a community-based platform to promote the creation and sharing of repeatable digital solutions. In 2013 Hammerkit is populating its CloudStore with off-the-shelf applications for the PR industry to choose from. Hammerkit will carry on designing and developing websites using Hammerkit Studio. In 2013 Hammerkit is populating its CloudStore with off-the-shelf applications for the PR industry to choose from. Hammerkit will carry on designing and developing websites using Hammerkit Studio. In 2013 Hammerkit is populating its CloudStore with off-the-shelf applications for the PR industry to choose from. Hammerkit will carry on designing and developing websites using Hammerkit Studio.

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