What's new ...
January 14th, 2021
Morena 7.1.36 released - maintenance release
April 19th, 2020
Morena 7.1.35 released - MacOS 10.15.4 support
Nov 10th, 2019
Morena 7.1.34 released - MacOS Catalina support
Dec 2nd, 2017
Morena 7.1.31 released - Java9 support
May 25th, 2016
Morena 7.1.28 released - Various bug fixes
September 15st, 2015
Morena 7.1.27 released - Microsoft Windows 10 support
October 21st, 2013
Morena 7.1.25 released - device browser thread detach fixed for ICA, attributes added to manifest
Morena 7 product overview
Morena 7 is a framework for Java that act as a bridge between image acquisition hardware (scanner, camera) and Java Application or Applet. Using well supported native interfaces - WIA on MS Windows and ICA on Mac OS X for communication with the hardware and featuring a simple API makes it ideal solution for developers looking for easy way how to incorporate scanning capability into Java Application/Applet.
Client side API consists from the implementation of the simple interface eu.gnome.TransferDoneListener that handles the result of image acquisition either in case of success or a failure. When scanner is used the API allows to set basic parameters like a resolution, bit depth and frame while acquisition from camera just transfers all images from the device’s internal storage.
Morena 7 does not suffer from the problematic support of 64 bit device drivers and both bit versions works well on both operating system platforms.
To learn more Morena Studio 7 is available for online testing as well as comprehensive tutorial with source code examples.
To learn more about Morena try on-line our Morena Studio (applet) or Morena Studio (WebStart) demo, API documentation or the tutorial .
- Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7, 8.x and 10 both 32 or 64 bit,
- Java VM version 5 or higher installed (32 or 64 bit),
- Proper WIA device driver installed (usually installs automaticaly when the device is connected for the first time).
- Mac OS X 10.7 or newer
- Java VM version 5 or higher installed (32 or 64 bit, including Oracle Java VM version 7),
- proper ICA device driver installed.