An object relational-mapping (ORM) library for Java
Hibernate is an Object/Relational Mapper tool. It's very popular among Java applications and implements the Java Persistence API. Hibernate ORM enables developers to more easily write applications whose data outlives the application process. As an Object/Relational Mapping (ORM) framework, Hibernate is concerned with data persistence as it applies to relational databases (via JDBC).
Archon is an award-winning web application used for managing and publishing archival descriptive information and digital archival objects in a user-friendly website and generating corresponding EAD and MARC records.
A simple responsive front-end css framework
Jaidee CSS Framework is simple opensource powerful tool for developing flexible websites, mobile web applications and online web applications. Jaidee Framework has many tools for web online solution such as HTML Framework , Grid System ,etc Main function 1. Create flexible website use css3 2. Top Navigation and Side Navigation 3. Supported grid content 4. Tab Contents 5. Modal pop-up box (good in Desktop and tablet) 6. lightweight Html Framework 7. Built in Beautiful Font (Font : SPLaksaman for English) in Full version 8. Flexible Slider (Slideshow) Content 9. Used Sky blue default shade
#ProgX is a light, bleeding edge engine targeted for easy and rapid web site building. Based on PHP, MySQL, XML and XSLT, this web site provides the minimal requirements to create your web site in a few minutes. Sources are only avalaible on CVS.
#Weather is a wrapper library for querying weather.com WebService and building up a .NET response.
MOLP, the (Mo)dule (L)oader (P)roject will become a small, simple and fast Moduleloader written in PHP. The ModuleLoader loads classes saved with some kind of PEAR-style-naming, so "FooBar_Bla" gets "FooBar/Foobar_Bla.class.php" or "Foobar_Bla.class.php".
*lite CSS is an easy to understand, simple & lightweight XHTML+CSS based layout on which anyone can start to build their own W3C standards compliant and accessible tableless web design without reinventing the wheel and trouble to make it working anywhere
A FastDL Server for Counter Strike in C#
A very simple but effective FastDL Server for Counter Strike that allows your game server clients to download your server content from a HTTP service.
.com - content management system, based on Parser language
This tool opens or create a Macromedia Flash shared object file (.sol) displays the content of the file and allow you to change the values.
Module d'extension de sécurisation et de gestion des utilisateurs/groupes pour la galerie 2bgal.
2step is a development framework written in Java for developing complete web applications (including web services). As a servlet framework features access control, logging, I18N, database access, deploy, XML/XSL, etc, and uses Jetty, FOP and jCharts.
3bcard is a PostNuke module that will allow registered users the ability to design simple websites. Features include: ability for user to choose background, image, text, etc... Admin can control templates being used and even charge for the service.
3store is an RDF "triple store", written in C and backed by MySQL and Berkeley DB. It is an optimisation and port of an older triple store (WebKBC). It provides access to the RDF data via RDQL or SPARQL over HTTP, on the command line or via a C API.
404Core is a PHP core to optimize dynamic websites.
Perl-based russian CMS with multisite support using SOAP and mod_perl-powered. Uses MySQL DBMS. Scalable architecture with independent functional modules.
4U Library Manager is a library manager and a packaging tool for a medium/small online library with PHP 4.
Allow users to download images and or threads from a number of chans.
[25/01/2014] Current version: XChan 2.5B - Due to .NET framework being shitty and downloading empty images I added a checking function that auto deletes the file and re-downloads them - Added a board downloader There's probably bugs somewhere, but use it properly and you shouldn't encounter any. P.S - This is most probably the last update I'll make on this project. [30/11/2013] Current version: XChan 2.5 Here's the tl;dr: I'm a lazy guy, 4chan changed its source so I eventually had to update the program. I've rewritten it in C# and added multithreading (each thread is downloaded on a seperate process thread). I haven't had any time to actually test for bugs so apologies for that. Lastly, this is working with 4chan ONLY at the moment. I might update it and add other boards later. A final note: Any version prior to 2.5 will not work with 4chan (I cannot confirm about the other boards as I no longer use them)
A tool to download images from 4chan, 2chan, chanarchive and more! Automatic rescanning for new images is supported as well as simultaneous watching multiple threads. Since it is written in Qt/C++ it is available for Windows, Linux and Mac.
Mobile Device Detection for C and C++
Add mobile device detection to your C or C++ program the easy way with 51Degrees. No cloud services, no external plug-ins, all Mozilla Public License source code. It's a great alternative to WURFL or DeviceAtlas. 1. Download and extract. 2. Run the setup file. 3. Import the code into your project or call the compiled executable as a process. Visit http://51degrees.com/Support/Documentation/APIs/C.aspx to get the full setup guide. The zip file contains a batch file for easy compilation. You will need Visual Studio 2010 (or greater) or GCC set up and configured on a Windows operating system in order to use this batch file. See the user guide linked to above for full instructions.
Mobile Device Detection for Java - 4 Step Setup - 3 minutes
Add mobile device detection to Java the easy way with 51Degrees.com. No cloud services, no external plug-ins, all Mozilla Public Licence source code. It's a great alternative to WURFL or DeviceAtlas. Also available on Maven. 1) Download the zip and extract. 2) Add the core JAR located in the "dist" directory to your java project. 3) Import the following packages: import fiftyone.mobile.detection.Match; import fiftyone.mobile.detection.Provider; import fiftyone.mobile.detection.factories.StreamFactory; 4) Use the following code to start detecting devices: //The Lite data file is provided with every archive. Provider p = new Provider(StreamFactory.create("path/to/data/file")); Match match = p.match("USERAGENT_STRING"); boolean isMobile = match.getValues("IsMobile").toBool(); if(isMobile) System.out.println("Mobile"); else System.out.println("Not mobile");