An interactive viewer for three-dimensional chemical structures.
Over 10,000,000 page views! Jmol/JSmol is a molecular viewer for 3D chemical structures that runs in four independent modes: an HTML5-only web application utilizing jQuery, a Java applet, a stand-alone Java program (Jmol.jar), and a "headless" server-side component (JmolData.jar). Jmol can read many file types, including PDB, CIF, SDF, MOL, PyMOL PSE files, and Spartan files, as well as output from Gaussian, GAMESS, MOPAC, VASP, CRYSTAL, CASTEP, QuantumEspresso, VMD, and many other quantum chemistry programs. Files can be transferred directly from several databases, including RCSB, EDS, NCI, PubChem, and MaterialsProject. Multiple files can be loaded and compared. A rich scripting language and a well-developed web API allow easy customization of the user interface. Features include interactive animation and linear morphing. Jmol interfaces well with JSpecView for spectroscopy, JSME for 2D->3D conversion, POV-Ray for images, and CAD programs for 3D printing (VRML export).
Software to tag folders and files, with multimedia and epubs preview.
Tag folders and files (including multimedia) by dragging the tags on them, you can create tags of various shapes and colors for a more intuitive classification. Precise search possibilities, with various input fields, allowing to add all the necessary tags that you want. For example, in one field you can add the tags ‘cat' and 'white' and in another field you can add the tags 'dog' and 'brown', so the search result will return all white cats and brown dogs. Multimedia files preview in both explorer and searcher results cards. The cover images of epubs also are shown. For images both system's default image viewer and program's new internal viewer can be launched alternatively. Usual file management actions by dragging and dropping or pressing buttons; copy, move, delete, rename. And undo button. It's possible to export/import the tagging data to a file, so data is available in any computer.
The continued maintenance of Michael Gundlach's CatBlock
After the creator of AdBlock, Michael Gundlach, retired official support of the CatBlock project, and made it Open-Source under the GNU GPLv3, two people decided to continue maintenance, albeit unofficially. This is that project.
A Web application to publish, sort and comment your pictures.
If you have lots of pictures stored on your computer drive and you want to sort, comment and publish them easily, my PhotoDiary will help you. My PhotoDiary is a Web application which allows to publish and securely share your pictures with your relatives and friends. It is multilingual and currently translated into English, Spanish and French. Your pictures and comments will be your family diary: you want to keep them safely for tens of years and even more: my PhotoDiary only uses sustainable IT technologies because we want our digital souvenirs to be long lasting and easy to migrate when IT technologies evolve. To try it, click on "Download" and go to...