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Flex & Java based enterprise asset manager, touch screen interface with gesture support, compatibility with mouse and keyboard input
NovaDB is a cloud computing platform initially designed for equity trending and analysis. NovaDB is designed to handle static or real time streaming data (so you don't have to process all your aggregates on batch jobs or by hand).
SwimTimes is an application to show swimming times online.
OrangeGears ERP/CRM based on Apache OFBiz.1 weekly downloads
Scribble is a language for describing global (choreography) and local (service endpoint) behaviour. Extensible tools are provided, both standalone and as Eclipse plugins, to edit the language, perform validation and export to other appropriate notations.
Web and mobile social application to manage natural disasters. It allows the user to add fire,floods,collapses or victims in a Map and manage resources like policemen, firemen and ambulances manually or using intelligent techniques.
The AntHill library implements network fail-over and scaling functionality for any user applications and protocols. Implement different transports such as TCP, UDP & Shared Memory. Contains useful utilities such as DumpSender and etc.3 weekly downloads
Create ICS files from flight itinerary information2 weekly downloads
Commander Easy PHP Framework2 weekly downloads
LifeMap: Mobility Monitoring Tool1 weekly downloads
Sending mail with your Gmail Account with out any Web browser support7 weekly downloads
openEF/J is an enterprise application framework for Java/J2EE projects. Designed as a layered architecture, it is built with [Domain Driven Design] as its underlying factor. It contains persistence strategies and JSP/Servlet presentation architectures.
Xeditium is a framework of extensible XML document editior/browser with Swing and Web interfaces on a recursive bootstrap mechanism of JavaWebStart. It launches Tapestry/Jetty httpd internally and serves dynamic generated JNLP files.
WikyBlog is a CMS/Groupware application written in PHP/MySQL that fuses collaborative editing features of wikis with user friendly publishing characteristics of blogs. MediaWiki derived wiki syntax, AJAX enhanced, UTF8 and extendable (google maps).2 weekly downloads
Plugged (pretend) to be a C++ framework to write browser plugins in a cross-platform way.
Set of scripts/Config files allowing the non-computer aware to use a linux system. This involves removing access to complicated programs, and offering very limited but intuitive interfaces to the most needed programs.
Classes that I've written for Swing programming. Possibly useful for other people. Some of these classes are described in articles on my website: http://www.kdgregory.com/index.php?page=programming The number of updates to this project (and the number of Swing articles that I write) are likely to be infrequent, since I haven't been working on Swing projects in several years. Although there are some outstanding things that I plan to publish, they're fairly low on the priority list.1 weekly downloads
A collection of DITA map and topic files used for checking the performance of tools such as the DITA-OT used to convert DITA to other formats, including recommended PIs for dealing with presentation needs not covered in the DITA specification. Primary host is now github, https://github.com/jeremygriffith/DITA-Test-Suite1 weekly downloads
A collection of general Java utilities. These are functionality not provided by the Java library nor by the Apache project.3 weekly downloads
A modular Python-based test data generator. The focus lies on producing high quality data in large amounts that adheres to a specified data model. Usability is also a major concern, performance is not.
A newly formed finance program written in Java. Currently has large security bugs. Use is not recommended.
an Apache httpd 2.x module which informs clients about the progress of their file upload. The information formats: JSON, XML, TSV and Text. This is independent of dynamic page systems so you can use this with CGI, FastCGI, PHP, Java and so on.
Coberclipse is a eclipse plugin for Corbertura. It will instrument the classes during the build and show the code coverage after executing unit test cases.2 weekly downloads
An extension of DNN that will allow object relational mapping of DNN objects. This is important for anyone interfacing with DNN in a object relational manor. Also for people using a Web Service Data Access layer.
Metatest - a simple and elegant Python framework for writing tests1 weekly downloads