- 1999: The privately-funded company is founded in Hobart, Tasmania by Aram Mirkazemi and Shahram Besharati.
- September, 2005: The company demonstrates the first (pre-beta) version of the WebOS AppsBuilder at the Web 2.0 Conference. Morfik is a major sponsor of this conference.
- December, 2005: The first version of the WebOS AppsBuilder is released for public evaluation and testing.
- December, 2006: Altium, Ltd. deploys the first commercial application built with WebOS AppsBuilder. It is a mashup with Salesforce.com applications which permits a hierarchial view of all projects managed through Salesforce.com.
- March, 2007: First official v1.0 release. (Name changes to "Morfik 07") 
Features and Innovations
- Elastic Page Design: (also patent-pending) enables developers to design complex web interfaces that allow parts of the web page to dynamically adjust their size to suit their content at run-time (fludi layout), whilst maintaining all design-time constraints (fixed layout).
- Unplugged Applications: first showcased at the Web 2.0 Conference in 2005, with an unplugged version of Gmail, Google's AJAX-based mail client. Intended to show that with Morfik AppsBuilder you could create web applications that functioned both online as well as offline. It later showed how to use 'Service Connectors' to provide advanced, built-in, ready-to-go data synchronization for on-demand services such as Salesforce.com and alluded to infrastructure to create peer-to-peer connectivity.
- Class-based object-oriented framework: AppsBuilder utilizes a common framework for both the browser and the server side that is written in a igh-level object oriented language
- Visual Development Environment: create forms, query, tables and table relationships via Visual builder. Utilize visual controls which can be placed on web-based Forms or PDF-based reports. Create mahsups with Yahoo/Google maps, integrate Flash and create custom controls easily.
- Database connectivity : Support for Amazon S3 storage for the Internet, other on-demand services such as eBay etcintegration with with Mail services using IMAP, SMTP and POP3;
- Multi-platform Support : Deploy on Windows or Linux platforms.
- Missing critical features: Although Morfik was a major sponsor of the 2005 Web 2.0 conference it is ironicthat both their application as well as their site (which was built with their product) lacks many technological features that have become standard for Web_2.0 sites and companies. these include:
- CSS: AppsBuilder does not allow developers to base their presentation layer on CSS templates.
- Syndication and aggregation of data in RSS/Atom: no support for RSS at all
- Clean and meaningful URLs: A cursory glance at Morfik's web site shows that their implementation of bookmarks is via URLs that typically exceed 700 characters long!
- Unorthodox method of deployment:Further their choice of creating a web application in a manner that is akin to win32 applications, (namely the web application is output as a .exe file) makes it very hard, if not impossible for many businesses to use their exisitng web hosting packages to host a Morfik-created web application. The existence of an .exe file implies the necessity of paying for a dedicated hosting service, which is generally a magnitude more expensive than hosting a conventional web site.
- Is search-engine unfriendly:
Morfik Applications Gallery
- Adobe Flex: http://www.annezelenka.com/2006/10/flash-conceptions-and-misconceptions
- Morfik Technology Pty Ltd.
- Morfik Labs
- Morfik and rapid Development of Modern Web Apps
- Morfik Defends IP rights against Google
- March of the Ajax games
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