wsdlpull is an efficient and powerful command line utility for dynamic inspection and invocation of WSDL web services.It provides a C++ library with dynamic WSDL invocation API,WSDL parser,Schema parser and Validator and an xmlpull Parser/Serializer.
Web, Wap & iMode Java J2SE/J2EE Lightweight Framework and Tools
db-connection is an project based on Factory Pattern in .NET Framework 1.1 that provides the abstract layer for Developer to design an database independent application can be changed the at any movement
A fast, simple to use object-relational mapping and persistence framework for use with .Net and MS SQL Server 200*. Requires virtually no configuration and works with existing T-SQL queries and stored procedures.
A library for detecting and parsing microformats, implemented on Microsoft .NET platform.
My Socialent is a web based multimedia utility with a social network at it's core that has hard coded API's for native websites/networks. My Socialent is currently is planing/development stages.
This is an easy to use and extensible rules engine written in C# for .NET and Mono.
A .net (C#) object oriented help desk ticketing system with issue tracking, knowledge base and bug tracking.
The Open Distributed Framework project is aimed at developing an open-source, cross-platform framework for distributed, high-performance physical modelling and simulation.
Stride will develop an Eclipse IDE plugin for Struts
Sample of a Tab based GUI för micro business ERP-systems
Visual ERP is a light front-end aproach as a template for Micro business ERP-systems . The aim is to provide a base template for ERP software vendors, and to make Business 2 Business dataexchange easy. The thinking is from the users point of view in a very small (e.g. a Micro Company). Any user needs to work with different business processes and stakeholders every day. The user needs to quickly change focus from one very important issue to another equally important matter, without losing information, and effinency. In this perspective I put together a very short embryo to idea, that I have visualized in a couple of screenshots. The stakeholders are in the tabbed menu in the right side of the screen and the business processes for each of those stakeholders is in the top of the screen. It is most likely that the user shifts focus more often between processes to the same stakeholder than the other way around.
TimePicker control written in C#.