Easy-to-use print report library and designer
QtRPT is the easy-to-use report engine written in C++ QtToolkit. It allows combining several reports in one XML file. For separately taken field, you can specify some condition depending on which this field will display in different font and background color, etc. The project consists of two parts: report library QtRPT and report designer application QtRptDesigner. Report file is a file in XML format. The report designer makes easy to create report XML file.
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.
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Creating Embedded OS with LIVE OS Support Full Tools For Mobile Proces
OS Build GNU/Linux derivative targetting the development of Linux kernel and drivers, as well as Free Sofware embedded systems. Differences with standard OS_Build GNU/Linux: Removed applications not related to Linux kernel, drivers and embedded systems: games, office applications… Added tools and libraries for kernel and software development, in particular cross-compiling toolchains for many different architectures Usefulness Embedded Linux trainings: provide all the needed tools in a tested configuration. No need to install a GNU/Linux distribution. No need to check installed package versions prerequisites. Embedded Linux demonstration: helps to discover, try and demonstrate useful tools in this technical area. Kernel, driver and embedded application development: toolkit to get the job done quickly and efficiently. Useful for support people away from their regular desktop, or for people who are not allowed to install software by themselves.
"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"