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    Machine Driven Regression Testing. Icon

    Detect anomalies such as latency issues, Javascript errors, visual regressions, broken links, and more.

    mabl provides code-free testing, integrated with your pipeline with no infrastructure to maintain. mabl uses machine learning models to automatically identify application issues, including javascript errors, visual regressions, broken links, increased latency, and more.
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    Rapid Development Environment like no other! Icon

    89% of Our Customers Reduced Development Cycles Using RAD Studio. Start today a 30-Day trial (no credit card needed).

    RAD Studio™: Build cross-platform apps ridiculously FAST!  The top challenges customers solved with RAD Studio while developing applications include: Creating fast runtime application performance (50%), Keeping up with latest platforms and devices (50%), Meeting project deadlines (37%), Deploying to multiple platforms (36%) and Responsive design for multiple device types (27%).
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    libe-book

    Library for import of reflowable e-book formats.

    Downloads: 117 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    libepubgen

    An EPUB generator library for librevenge.

    libepubgen is an EPUB generator for librevenge. It supports librevenge's text document interface and--currently in a very limited way--presentation and vector drawing interfaces.

    Downloads: 112 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Gtk3.7 and Gtkmm3.6 for Windows

    Gtk3 stack for Windows Vista/7/8 : Gtk+ 3.7.2 and Gtkmm 3.6.0

    This is the Gtk 3.7.2 stack installer; It includes all Gtk dependencies required for Gtk+ and Gtkmm. The Gtk+ stack was built in version 3.7.2 and finally, the Gtkmm stack in version 3.6.0.1. Each library was built with Visual Studio 2012 in 32 and 64 bits without the Windows XP support. This build passes many test on Windows Vista, 7 and 8 with many applications and official samples built with MSVC 2012 on Windows 7, with MSVC 2010 and with MSVC 2008 on Vista and MSVC 2012 on Windows 8. The installer allows the user to choose the most appropriate installation for him (only Gtk+, only DLL, only 32 bits, full installation 32/64 bits with Libs and headers, etc...) Enjoy !

    Downloads: 8 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Java Native Extensions (JANET)

    JANET is a software tool simplifying integration of Java applications with codes and libraries written in other languages. It defines a lightweight Java language extension and appropriate preprocessor generating JNI interfaces out of JANET source files.

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    OverView

    Optimization and visualization tool for CFD.

    OVERVIEW is a framework for optimization that integrates the visualization of complex fluid solutions and geometries taking advantage of the high performance and cutting edge rendering techniques of modern graphic cards.

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    Monitor your Cisco ASA like an expert Icon

    See how Network Insight™ for Cisco® ASA, a feature of SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor and Network Configuration Manager, can help.

    Get visibility into the health and performance of your entire Cisco ASA environment in a single dashboard. View VPN tunnel status and monitor firewall high availability, health, and readiness. Automatically discover and filter within ACLs, show rule hit counts, and detect shadow and redundant rules. Automate the monitoring and management of your ASA infrastructure in a fully integrated solution. Try it free for 30 days!
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    Doxygraph

    Automated reverse engineering of interactive UML class diagrams

    Doxygraph is a collection of tools to automate reverse engineering UML class diagrams from your project's source code, and present them as interactive web apps. It relies on Doxygen to parse your source code and create an intermediate XML representation of the information it collects, so it supports all the same programming languages that Doxygen supports: C, C++, C#, Objective C, Java, Python, PHP, Tcl, D, IDL, VHDL, and Fortran. It is intended to facilitate communication within and between development teams; it does not aim to support round trip engineering.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    OpenFlightNav

    In-flight navigation (and more) for private pilots (Linux).

    1. Navigation system for private (glider) pilots. Test version runs on Linux tablets and netbooks. 3D Navigation and more functionality (RT lists, checklists, terrain). Default map is based in OpenStreetMap (http://www.openstreetmap.org/) data. A separate application (NavMapMaker) is available to create your own maps based on scanned or other digital maps. So, you may stop buying expensive digital maps. First release will be for the new state of the art Jolla mobile phone (http://www.linkedin.com/company/2649185) at the beginning of 2013. At that time NavMapMaker will also be released for Linux, WinXP, Win7 (32/64 bits). 2. Framework to develop navigation applications. Build upon PilotNavigator to create your own navigation system. Soon: experimental wind calculator and visual thermal tracker. Please respond if you want to support developing or become a tester. See Wiki for detailed information (https://sourceforge.net/p/pilotnavigator/wiki/Welcome%20to%20PilotNavigator)

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    chemfiles

    Modern library for chemistry file reading and writing

    Chemfiles is a modern and high-quality library for reading and writing trajectory files created by computational chemistry simulations program. These trajectories contains atomic positions, velocities, names, topology and sometimes more. Running simulations produce enormous amounts of data, which has to be post-processed to extract physical information about the simulated system. Chemfiles provides an interface to access this information which is - unified: the same code will work with all the supported formats; - simple: the interface is easy to use and extensively documented. This is only a mirror of the main repository, development of chemfiles happens on Github, at https://github.com/chemfiles/chemfiles/

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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