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LaTeX2Flash is an open source toolset for importing LaTeX generated content to Adobe Flash IDE and Flash Player. The main goal of this project is to enable mathematic typesetting in Flash. Support as tested: WinXP, Win7, Adobe Flash 8/CS3/CS513 weekly downloads
Obsolete. Replaced with http://corpfiltergraph.sourceforge.net4 weekly downloads
Teknologiaplaneetta Enterprise Solution is an system to start to make your own web-based software just only a developing modules for under it. Framework uses Zend Framework and jQuery.2 weekly downloads
Web-based IT Management Tools1 weekly downloads
Three XML data sources, all managed in CVS, are used as a database ‘back-end’ to populate a dHTML user-interface for manipulating TFL metadata for use in managing a SAS programming environment within a clinical trial statistical programming setting.1 weekly downloads
Bidprent Informatie Systeem is a hosted web site, free of charge, for people who collect genealogy information. This enables other users to query that information and also import/export functionality will be available.
A pure third-party-component-free ASP graphics generator. Plan to support BMP, GIF, ... etc..
CorpRA is a modified set of webpages for IT professionals to provide a simple one-click user interface for end-users to ask for assistance using Microsoft's Remote Assistance and an email client. Currently only works with Lotus Notes, more to come.
EXtream Scripting Enterprise Application Developement - Exsead (pronounced 'exceed'): A framework of components and executables which bring all enterprise level system development within the reach of Windows scripting.
Total Commander Next Generation framework
The log4script is framework enabling client side code running in a context of browser (either IE of Firefox) to use common logging as done on server side - meaning the logging can be analyzed, persisted, etc...