Today, Vaadin announced that the company’s Board of Directors has appointed Steven Grandchamp as the new CEO of the company, effective August 16, 2021. Interim CEO Jurka Rahikkala will resume his previous role as CFO.
Vaadin Ltd. is now a CVE Numbering Authority (CNA) for all Vaadin products and supported open-source projects hosted at https://github.com/vaadin.
Vaadin Ltd. today announced that Joonas Lehtinen, who co-founded and led Vaadin for over 20 years has stepped down as CEO, effective immediately. He will be succeeded by CFO and co-founder Jurka Rahikkala, who will assume the post of interim CEO. Mr. Lehtinen will continue as an advisor to the company.
Vaadin today released Vaadin 10, its largest overhaul of a development platform for the 9 million Java developer community. Vaadin 10’s guiding design principle has been to help developers solve business problems, instead of technical problems. This has been achieved by giving developers direct access from the JVM to the browser in a way no other product has previously done. Vaadin’s latest platform release builds on 17 years of experience building developer tools.
Vaadin, the company behind the popular open source web application development tools, today released version 8.0 of the Java web UI framework, Vaadin Framework. The 8-series further simplifies the development of business applications by making Java developers even more productive due to significant enhancements in developer experience.
Verdane Capital IX invests over 5M€ in Vaadin, the company behind the popular open source web application development tools. The investment is made partly by buying secondary shares from another shareholder and party as a directed new issue.
Vaadin, the company behind the popular open source web application development tools, announces the appointment of Brian Gentile, as non-executive Chairman, to its Board of Directors.
eEquity and Finnish Industry Investment invest $6M in Vaadin, the open source company whose user-interface tools are used in 40% of Fortune-100 companies and by over 150 000 developers worldwide.
Vaadin Ltd launches its visual designer tool Vaadin Designer at the launch of JavaOne, the largest Java developer conference in the world and part of Oracle Openworld.
Vaadin Ltd. is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Berlin, Germany with closer proximity to its German customers. The office's main focus is on consulting and sales operations. Project Manager Mr. Enver Haase is named the Berlin office manager.
The GWT.create conference gathers the GWT communities together as a joint 2+2 day conference in the US and Europe for a second time in early 2015.
Vaadin joins the Java Community Process and the Java Specification Request for Portlet Specification 3.0 (JSR-362). As an open source web user-interface technology,Vaadin is being used in thousands of portlet applications. The current Portlet 2.0 specification (JSR-286) was designed during a time when Ajax applications were just raising their head and thus one of the most important goals of the new Portlet 3.0 specification is to enable better support for applications using frameworks leveraging incremental delta-updates of the user interface (i.e. Ajax).
Vaadin continues to invest in GWT (previously Google Web Toolkit) by organizing a 2+2-day developer conference with 60 speeches about GWT and related web technologies. The GWT.create 2013 conference is arranged on two continents, in California December 12-13, 2013 and in Germany, December 17-18, 2013.
Red Herring announced its Top 100 award winners today, recognizing Europe's leading private companies and celebrating these startups' innovations and technologies across their respective industries.
Vaadin, the company behind popular Java-based web application tools, announced today a new major version 7 of the Vaadin Framework. It offers a complete Java web development stack for fast implementation of web user interfaces both on server-side and client-side. Full compatibility with Google Web Toolkit (GWT) and proven server-driven architecture make Vaadin 7 the most robust platform for Java web development.
mp technology, Zürich, is proud to announce its partnership with Vaadin Ltd, the Turku based Finnish company behind the open source web application technology Vaadin. The partnership will enable mp technology to further extend its local Vaadin development and consulting services and to offer Certified Vaadin Training Courses in Switzerland. mp technology's customers in the financial services, insurance and retail industries will directly benefit from the new solution partnership as Vaadin offers them a highly productive approach to the implementation of user-friendly enterprise web applications.
Chronon and Vaadin have signed a solution partnership agreement in fall 2012
From now on, codecentric has direct access to the Vaadin developers and their know-how on a priority basis when developing modern web applications.
Vaadin Ltd. joins the newly formed GWT steering committee to deepen its commitment to the technology used in its flagship product. Vaadin announced that the upcoming version 7 of Vaadin Framework will include a full version of GWT, is compatible with GWT and Vaadin commercial support is widened to cover GWT based projects.
Tieto and Vaadin have signed a solution partnership agreement. Tieto will adopt Vaadin’s open source code technology. The technology helps to build user interfaces for systems and facilitates their long-term maintenance. The technology is most suitable for building Web-based administration and ERP systems with long system life cycles.
Vaadin, the company behind the popular open source Vaadin Framework, and ZeroTurnaround, creator of JRebel, the award-winning no-redeploy Java tool, have agreed on a partnership that brings JRebel to Vaadin commercial support users starting from today. This partnership underscores Vaadin’s commitment in providing the best tools for developing rich web applications on the Java platform.
CCC Corporation - a member of Webmedia Group - announces partnership with Vaadin Ltd to provide rich web application development services using the open source Vaadin framework.
Vaadin Ltd., the company behind the popular open source Vaadin Framework, today announced the availability of Vaadin TouchKit 2.0. Vaadin TouchKit is an extension to Vaadin Framework and it provides an unique approach for rapid iOS mobile web application development, in pure Java.
Axioma S.p.A. today announced partnership with Vaadin to provide rich web application development services based on the open-source Vaadin framework.
Faros N.V., leading Java technology company within the Cronos Group, is now offering web development consultancy for the open source Vaadin Framework.
Aceevo LLC, an Austin-based software consultancy specializing in rich Internet, mobile, and enterprise web application development, is proud to announce it is now a certified Vaadin Solution Partner. The Vaadin Solution Partnership enhances Aceevo's ability to offer architecture, design, and implementation services with Vaadin open source web application technology.
JPL Informatique SA is proud to announce its partnership with Vaadin Ltd, the Turku based Finnish Company behind the open source web application technology Vaadin.
Vaadin, the company behind the popular open source Vaadin Framework, today announced the availability of Vaadin Pro Account. The new offering is a subscription to a set of commercial tools, components and support to complement and speed up the use of the free framework.
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Magnolia, the open source content management vendor that delivers simplicity on an enterprise scale, today announced that it has picked Vaadin web framework as the basis for the new user interface for Magnolia 5.0. The slick new user interface will employ next-generation technology that cuts development time for partners and Java developers by up to 50 percent.