Boost editing and rendering to the next level


Power through Standards

Following the latest trends in Web Standards, CSS3 and HTML5, even surpassing browser engines.

100% Java

Totally cross platform, client or app server, perfect for the Cloud.

Flexible and Extensible

Easily customizable to match even the most specific business requirements for high productivity authoring environments.

Open Architecture

MARTHA’s open architechture leverages best-of-breed open source technologies.

DOM and CSSOM access

Supports the DOM modules Core, Events, Style, Traversal and Range.

Proven and Tested

MARTHA’s development is driven by the latest software engineering methods and a sophisticated automated build and test infrastructure.

Project MARTHA is the common technological foundation which brings unmatched features and performance to our world-class products PDFreactor and Nimbudocs Editor.

The MARTHA framework is also available for OEM and project-based licensing. Following major clients are using the MARTHA technology to provide sophisticated and highly customized HTML authoring as part of their state-of-the-art software applications:


MARTHA at the European Patent Office (EPO)

The European Patent Office has embedded a RealObjects’ Martha-based XHTML editor into Trimaran, a major application deployed to 4000 patent examiners.

The European Patent Office (EPO) has been serving inventors and companies in Europe since 1977. With almost 7000 employees the EPO is the second-largest public service institution in Europe. Its headquarters are in Munich and it also has offices in Berlin, Brussels, The Hague and Vienna. The EPO was founded with the aim of strengthening co-operation on patents in Europe. Through the EPO’s centralized patent granting procedure, inventors are able to obtain high-quality patent protection in up to 44 countries, covering a market of some 700 million people. The EPO is also the world’s leading authority in patent information and patent searching.

Read why the EPO, the second-largest public service institution in Europe, chose MARTHA instead of WordPerfect 6.1, Microsoft Word or other Java HTML/XML authoring solutions:

English (PDF)        German (PDF)

The MARTHA-based XHTML editor was also featured in an article of the EPO in-house magazine gazette 10/09.