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Raken, web service controller, is based on JSON as a data definition language. it utilizes simple protocol, optional asynchronous interaction, recovery, localization, security, caching, batch, and multi-part messaging.2 weekly downloads
eDemonOnline is a set of libraries for ASP .NET. It includes the PHP .NET sub-project(a port of PHP functions library to the .NET framework) along with a collection of web controls, class libraries and tools. For more info see the documentation section.2 weekly downloads
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ALDP aims to develop a documentation for Linux targeting Arab users in their language , focusing mainly the most advanced Linux topics like kernel development ,UTF8 handling in programming , package managers and interiors of GNU/Linux OS ,
This project aimed at creating framework and binary data format for etymological Arabic system. and will not continue hosted at sourceforge because the term of use determine me as enemy, so I am prohibited from using sourceforge services.
xIntegration is a complete integration template between PDA's databases and back ends databases.
X* is a powerful, extensible programming language that is using an Extensible Entity approach (A very enhanced OOP). I've been programming for the past 10 years with dozens of Programming Languages from different Paradigms... I wanted more.
This is a Web based electronic tendering application to source, award and manage the total electronic procurement process as per the functional requirements put forth by IDABC(EU). Developed using .NET with c# and a database independent layer.