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|Type||Application framework / Software component|
Project MARTHA (or MARTHA) is a software framework used in enterprise applications to create HTML and XML editing and rendering applications in Java. The framework is used in all of the RealObjects applications: PDFreactor, Nimbudocs Editor, and edit-on NG.
MARTHA is also made available for OEM and project-based licensing and is used by the U.S. Army, Vizrt, Objective Corporation Limited, Neota Logic, European Patent Office, Infoland – a Dutch independent software vendor, Pulinco Engineering AG, SafeHarbor Technology, Gentleware AG, DZ Bank AG, DSV, and the University of Paderborn.
MARTHA uses the CSS vendor prefix
As technological foundation
- "Project MARTHA is the common technological foundation (...) to (...) PDFreactor and Nimbudocs Editor", realobjects.com/project-martha.
- PDFreactor: like Prince (software), a mature HTML-to-PDF converter.
- Nimbudocs Editor: cloud edictor under constructiom at nimbudocs.com
- Amaya (web editor) An older layout engine used both for an editor and a browser.
- CSS filter
- Comparison of layout engines
- Comparison of layout engines (HTML5)
- Comparison of layout engines (Cascading Style Sheets)
- Prince (software) An HTML-to-PDF converter.
- WebKit A web-browser engine used by some HTML to PDF converters.
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