A collection of Delphi libraries and components by Vino Rodrigues. Including, amongst others, an integration set of code to marry the popular Pascal development environment with InterSystems' Cache Post-Relational database.
Prosper is a web application development framework to augment Prolog applications with a web interface. It supports control flow in visual logic and promotes a clear separation of model from view.
PHP library of functions for querying gameservers of varying protocols and displaying gameserver information in HTML format. Easily extensible to support additional games/protocols. Currently requires PHP5, though PHP4 support is in active development.
This system has been incorporated into CS-PHPXML; see http://sf.net/projects/cs-phpxml
GPSylon is a Java moving map application that is able to display maps like in an atlas and show your position by the use of a gps device. It may track your path, load overlays (e.g. shape files), download maps from expedia servers. - The source code was moved to github!
Java Online Server-Client Core is an extremely expandable foundation for anything that requires one server connected to one or more users. Possibilites are endless! Will eventually provide database, encryption, and permission systems. See "Home Page".
An open source framework for php inspired in others like Java SE's API.
DSP stands for Data Server Pages, the APACHE HTTP server module, that provides PL/SQL Server scripting with variable injection preprocessor and features an efficient authorization and authentication framework on the Oracle database backend.
RcpFuse application framework or skeleton that integrates Java libraries to help you develop Rich applications quickly and efficiently. With similar design goals as AppFuse; and in fact the first version was an offshoot from AppFuse.
pxhENGINE is game engine/framework written in PHP5 with Smarty Template Engine and PDO.
A Java binding for the wxWidgets library of GUI widgets and utilities. Formerly hosted under the 'steveperkins.net' project, now given its own project space.