Easily create and print codebar labels to any application
This project uses as engine the powerful library ZEN BARCODE. The reason why this project exist, it's because there was not a way to add a description and codebar number to any codebar label using only Zen Barcode, so I added a few tweaks to make a printable (and useful) label including all mentioned stuff. Hopefully can be of help to anybody in help of print codebar labels, but ideally some people will help to expand its functionalities to make this tool a kind of "de facto" standard to print codebars.
Generates the code which implements the persistence layer
Freezer generates the code which implements the persistence layer of your application. The input of the process is a set of annotated Java classes where the user denotes the persistent entities of their application. With the aid of the provided graphical tool, all the persistence layer is automatically generated: DAO, VO (DTO), JUnit tests, and database tables. The advantages of this strategy are: It’s easy to learn, provides good performance, avoids writing large amount of tedious and error-prone JDBC code and all the source code could be easily adapted to the user's requirements. Please, send your feedback to: email@example.com
Providing simple, hassle-free, intuitive Queries
Coding is one of the important aspects which is a part of every organization regardless of the platform on which they are working. Being an important aspect at one side of another side coding is a difficult and time-consuming task. Developers struggle a lot in writing accurate codes as based on business requirements of multiple clients. We at Saketa have developed CAML Query Builder tool. It is a standalone tool.
VBA add-in for writing TCL/TK code blocks
TCL/TK is a rapid development scripting language but it's not object orientated. So instead of having classes and objects I wrote this program to generate blocks of commonly used geolog TCL/TK code. It automatically generates blocks of Tcl Puts code, Mui Dialog Boxes and Mui Selection Boxes from UNIX flat ascii files. To run the program load the XLA file into Excel then press CTRL + T to fire up the form. If your ascii files are in DOS rather than UNIX format you will not be able to generate proper TCL/TK code. The bar at the top of the form allows you to convert files from Dos to Unix if need be and check which format they are in. The difference between Unix and Dos ascii format is the line endings. DOS uses carriage return and line feed ("\r\n") as a line ending, which Unix uses just line feed ("\n"). In VBA these are Chr(13) <- return and Chr(10) < line feed
This XLS spreadsheet automatically generates TCL/TK command line interfaces for both UNIX and Windows environments. Originally written for xval the program https://sourceforge.net/p/xval/wiki/Home/ it generates button and clickbox select front ends for various different command line tools. Blocks of code are then generated from a simple spreadsheet format. The attached powerpoint explains which parts of the Excel spreadsheet generate which bits of TK front end. The generated TK front ends will then fire potentially any command line program. The buttons and click boxes don't fire the commandline programs directly they generate command line commands which appear in the CommanC box at the top. The red area at the top of the form runs the generated command line script The grey area in the middle generates the command line scripts its self And the box at the bottom of the form returns any readout from the command line while the script is executi