openSCADA® is an open source SCADA system written in JAVA
openSCADA is an open source Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition System. It is platform independent and based on a modern system design that provides security and flexibility at the same time. openSCADA is flexible. It is not an out of the box solution, but a set of tools that can be combined in many different ways. It provides development libraries, interface applications, mass configuration tools, front-end and back-end applications. openSCADA is ready to rock. It is used 24/7 in several installations around this world. openSCADA is supported. So if you prefer a fully supported, out of the box instead of a “build it yourself” solution you can contact IBH SYSTEMS GmbH and let us do the job. If you like, you will still get the source code that was developed specially for you. openSCADA needs you. Writing source code, writing documentation, fixing bugs or providing fresh input. Anything is welcome.
Another JSON extension for SAP ABAP
This is a SAP addon to handle JSON data within SAP ABAP Programs. It comes in the customer exchange namespace /CEX/ and has to be installed as an SAP transport request. The addon supports object oriented JSON methods to process deep structured JSON data. Building JSON data from SAP data objects and parsing JSON data back to SAP data objects are supported. See the WIKI for some examples. Thanks to the SAP community and especially to Rüdiger Plantiko for the basic work (http://ruediger-plantiko.blogspot.de/2010/12/ein-json-parser-in-abap.html). Enjoy! last Changes: - JSON HTTP Client - HTTP Auth for Basic, SAP Basic+SSO, WSSE - Bugfixes: Big Integer, negative Integer - Array with has_next/next - Object with robust set_text method - OpenWeatherMap.org Example (see files/example)
This is a collection of some helpfull and efficient templates for the powerfull programming language PureBasic.
Almond Java Application Framework is an easy to use Swing based framework for Java applications. Almond is very much inspired by the K Desktop Environment.
Central Software Configuration by Java API and SOAP Service
CLOUD SEVEN is API and middleware together. C7 * stores central configurations in a database * is a useful tool to configure applications which run distributed on different hardware * provides a simple user administration with rights and actions * is good for small and big companies as well. * helps developers, and admins * provides configurations which can be valid for all machines (instances) or may be exclusive for single instances * can be used by API and SOAP (JMS is planned) * provides high performance and stable applications by using local configuration caching * offers complex configuration objects by combining some properties * uses actual optional Apache Derby, MySQL and Oracle (PostgreSQL in work)
Dynamic Bayesian Network Library
DBNL is a cross-platform library that offers a variety of implementations of Bayesian networks and machine learning algorithms. It is a flexible library that covers all aspects of Bayesian netwoks from representation to reasoning and learning. It allows you to create simple static networks as well as complex temporal models with changing structure. It can handle highly non-linear dependencies between multivariate random variables. The particle based inference can answer arbitrary questions given the provided evidence and can even cope with multimodal densities. The library supports the most common types of densities and conditional densities, like uniform or normal densities and facilitates user defined density functions. To enable easy use the library is taking account of modern development techniques like policy based design and template programming. All these properties make it applicaple for a wide range of applications.
RCER is a SAP R/3 Connector for Eclipse Rich Client Platform applications. It wraps up the SAP Java Connector (JCo) in a reusable way and provides additional common functions like connection definition, login dialog and status monitoring.
"I18N" means way more than just translation. Other libraries claim to be an i18n solution when translation and string formatting is really all they offer. Yes, iLib has classes that do translation too, but there is also much, much more. From date formatting to name parsing to phone number handling to collation, iLib has classes that do it. And, it has the ability to support thousands of possible locales. Everything in iLib is written in pure JS with minimal platform dependencies, so it works the same way in many different environments and browsers, from Chrome to Opera to node to Qt/QML. Over 17K unit tests help to guarantee this. ILib is also the library of choice for enyo apps on webOS which ships on over 10 million LG SmartTVs in over 135 countries. Give it a try and see if it can work for your app too! Check the Files tab above to download pre-assembled copies for browsers, a set of CommonJS style modules, or use it in nodejs: "npm install ilib"
JS-Toolkit: Selectors with Methods, Events, Networking and Helpers in less than 5kb