OUR COMPANY PROFILE

EmGet is an IT company focused on Java technologies. We are working with and for the Clients to get them the most suitable software they require. Beside that we develop our own products.

OUR WORKING STRUCTURE

Currently the company consists of one person. Additionally we have an excellent marketing support.

COMPANY FUTURE PLAN

We will try to push our projects on the market and then consider extending the crew.

BLOGS

PUBLICATIONS AND OTHER ACTIVITY

TUTORIALS, DEMOS, PUBLICATIONS

  • Tutorial: Installation manual for MySQL database (with graphics). (PL)
  • Tutorial: Basic tutorial for HTML and CSS wrote after lecture from www.kurshtml.edu.pl. (PL)
  • Tutorial: Installation manual for PL language pack for Windows 7 (without Ultimate edition). (PL)
  • Tutorial: Learn basic computer skills. (PL)
  • Presentation: Android testing based on dedicated frameworks. (PL)
  • Demo: Simple Android app with a multiply test scenarios (and test project), including Robotium framework. (Android)
  • Demo: Text recognition using Tesseract and Leptonica in Android. (Android)
  • Demo: Web application for diet planning in Java EE based on frameworks: GWT, Spring, Hibernate. (Java EE)
  • Demo: Simple example of drawing on a Java applet. (Java)
  • Demo: Application for restaurant management based on MySQL and Java. Only the selected modules are included. It is required to have MySQL database installed and configured. (Java)
  • Demo: Simple calendar app with a feature to save notes for particular days. (Java)
  • Demo: App dedicated for counting the letters occurrence in text files. Including statistics and diagrams. (Java)
  • Demo: Imitation of popular "Snake" game from old Nokia phones. (Java)
  • Demo: Template for "Tanks" game based on Pegasus (limited to 2 boards). Example of MVC design pattern. (Java)
  • Demo: Tracker/server app written using sockets, dedicated for P2P clients support. (Java)

All files are safe, virus free. Author is not responsible for inappropriate usage of the shared resources. All of them can be published, but cannot be used commercially without EmGet permission.

TIPS AND TRICKS FOR WINDOWS

Windows commands that can be run from Command Line (CMD): Link