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shell, path disclosured, vulnerabilidades10 weekly downloads
The Atlantis Project for application development was founded because of the growing need to quickly develop high quality applications based on a 1, 2 , 3 or multi-tiered system architecture.4 weekly downloads
N-Sense Sensory substitution software1 weekly downloads
This will be a global project to develop the software for the Big Bear DVR that can be programmed from a cell phone.
You are a Knight, hack , slash , stab and build your way through the game. Use arrow keys to move click on people to talk or double click to kill.
An applicationserver and a clientframework with an extended generic workflow engine. Workflows can easiliy be defined in a graphical manner and a "lego" principle, small "atoms" can be put together to a complete application. An E/R tool is included
Digital Flash Cards
OpenBroad is a streaming client/server system, minded for sharing music, interviews etc. among radiostations.
Simple game for one or two players. Based on old and good idea. In short we have to add dot s and create line for each five dots as long as we can. Everything with nice look and feel.
Smart Project software provide a alternative J2EE solution for project management.It will try cover all domains defined in the PMBOK. for example, scope management, risk management, human resource management, etc.
A new language that could compile down to C.
A System to communicate with HTTP services