Insights into what moves us. Contributions from the Structr team and guests. The Structr Blog

Axel Morgner
18. March 2021
Announcement,

Structr GmbH and Bitsion® Announce Cooperation Agreement

We are pleased to announce a partnership agreement between Structr GmbH and Bitsion®. By combining our individual strengths into a powerhouse, we will enable companies across South America to leverage Bitsion®'s deep IT business expertise while using the unique combination of graph technology and low-code application development in the Structr platform. Powered by graph technology, Bitsion will create fast and powerful web-based applications that will significantly increase their customer’s…

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Anke Pachauer
04. February 2021

Anke Pachauer
02. June 2020
Structr, Announcement, Customer Success Story,

Axel Morgner
19. May 2020
Announcement, Structr, Low-Code,

Structr 3.5: A Big Step for Low-Code Development and Graph Technology

Structr GmbH today announced the general availability of their new release Structr 3.5. Structr is a low-code development and runtime system that combines graph technology and low-code application development (LCAP) with an innovative approach to store the components of a software application in a graph database.

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Axel Morgner
19. May 2020
Announcement, Structr, Low-Code,

Axel Morgner
08. November 2019
Free Software, Open Source, Structr, License,

Christian Morgner
12. June 2019
Announcement, DE, Structr,

Christian Morgner
12. June 2019
Announcement, Structr,

Axel Morgner
28. March 2019
Frankfurt, Structr, DE, Vortrag,

Michael Volpert
20. February 2019
Open Source, Comment,

Quo Vadis Open Source Databases?

In the past few months, some open source software vendors in the database sector have decided to change their licensing policy and to introduce partly new but also more restrictive open source licensing models. In this article, the background of these changes and the options for action of the participants will be examined using the examples of MongoDB, Redis and Neo4j. In addition, the extent to which the changes made are in line with the principles of the open source movement will be…

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