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We are currently experiencing a Geospatial Revolution that changes in how we navigate from A to B and how we search for locations like a specific sight or restaurants nearby. Geospatial search technology provides such information. This article shows how commercial applications can utilize geospatial search, e.g. for real estate search (qualifing real estates by [...]
We recently finished a subproject to integrate our mgm Cosmo insurance software with an external CRM system. Both systems had to exchange XML documents in a reliable and robust manner in order to keep their data in sync. We used Apache Camel as the middleware to handle all the transfers between the Java and .NET [...]
I recently had the opportunity to test and tune the performance of several shop and portal applications built with Java and running on the Sun/Oracle JVM, among them some of the most visited in Germany. In many cases garbage collection is a key aspect of Java server performance. In the following article we take a [...]
Do you also spend sleepless nights because you have saved the passwords of your users in clear text or near-clear text (MD5)? We will show you a simple method how you can smoothly migrate your password database to a much more secure format. The transition is transparent to the users and instant, i.e. as soon [...]
One of the assets of mgm is dedicated quality for software, including especially portal technology for applications with high-safety and reliance demands. In the first blog within this series, “Using Domain Specific Languages to Implement Interactive Frontends“, we described an approach using a specification language (DSL) family on customer level to specify valid inputs and [...]
When we developed this sales reporting solution for the insurance sector, we went for a mobile, browser-based dashboard that renders the reports on the client-side and thus enable a high degree of interactivity. That means that once the reporting data is delivered, the client should be able to e.g. drill down into the data or [...]
The document (in German) shows results of a study about the distribution of HSTS Server Response-Headers among the one million most visited websites worldwide, the subset of 40.000 German websites and 424 German online banking websites.