code assist, templates, hyperlinks, validation
breakpoints, inspections, stepping through code
managing GIS sessions, console, code assist, command history
working with Magik, Java, HTML, XML in one environment
The new updated White Paper has been released. See the updated secions and screenshots for the present overview of MDT's tools and functionalities.
Click here or go to section Support/Documentation.
We will be visiting this year's Americas Smallworld conference organized by GE Digital Energy. The event will take place in Orlando, Florida between 10-14 February.
You will be able to find us at our booth (#10). A great opportunity to meet up with our friends and partners from Americas continent.
On top of that we invite you all to a myth-busting presentation "We would switch from Emacs but MDT cannot..." where we want to discuss myths surrounding MDT over the years. The presentation will be held on the second day of the conference: Tuesday, from 2:00 to 2:45 P.M. Our designated presenter is Błażej Sytar.
For all those who missed the yesterdays webinar. Download the recording via the URL below.
Starting today till the end of the year we are launching The Christmas Special Discount for any MDT license! Every order placed before the 31st of December will be subject to 33% discount. Even bigger quantity discounts are also possible!
Save one-third of the MDT license price. Do not wait and get yourself the only Magik Development Tool as this special offer won't last forever! For our active customers we have prepared something even better. Look out for individual letters that will be sent out soon.
MDT – the smartest choice for Smallworld Magik development.
GE is pleased to see third party applications such as MDT that enable customers to customize applications on Smallworld. We will continue to closely support companies like ASTEC in support of our position as a leading provider of geospatial solutions.
Martin Ansell, General Manager Smallworld
Debugger is mandatory! Nowadays, every modern piece of software is developed using modern tools including a debugger.
Jan Kiefer, Software Developer
NIS AG, Switzerland