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ASAP (Another Slight Atari Player) plays and converts 8-bit Atari music (*.sap, *.cmc, *.mpt, *.rmt, *.tmc, ...) on modern computers and mobile devices.26 weekly downloads
C# frontend for an offline dictionary from dict.cc. Download, compile with nant doc and see the documentation in the directory doc for more details.5 weekly downloads
GenkasPOS is a POS system for restaurant, boutique, or other retail areas.2 weekly downloads
Cross-Platform Mobile Messaging Application1 weekly downloads
A multi-platform group communication framework for smartphones1 weekly downloads
MobiRPG es otro motor de juegos de rol para la plataforma J2ME. Con una interfaz de diseño agradable a la vista y facil de utilizar.1 weekly downloads
Cobel Engine will be a good game engine allow user to create quality 2D scrolling game such as Castlevania , Metroids and if possible , adventure game like Sierra adventure games.
XML based programming language which is translated into other programming languages before being compiled. Derives its syntax from C style languages such as Java, C# & Flex. iPhone BlackBerry Windows Mobile Palm OS Symbian Linux J2ME Android
An implementation of neural graphs
Enabling Adempiere/Compiere server data to a Mobile phone. Currently supports WIN CE, will be extended to Symbian based phones in later releases.
Tool for performing special mathematic operations needed for cryptography on your mobile. Useful for cryptography-lectures.
A universal navigation system for most kind of mobile phones, smartphones, portables and laptops for different kind of navigation: car/bicycle/pedestrian navigation, geocaching and maybe more.
The Red Piper project simplifies client/server connections. Standard connection stacks on market-leading app server and client platforms frees developers from Web browsers, and enables native clients.
We will create a complete MPEG4 part 14/Quicktime parser in Java, add a full working example in J2ME and then port the whole thing to C#.