PBBoard - Free and Open Source Forum Software
Program PBBoard is interactive Forum management program Dialogic Free classified as free software and open source, is located under the GNU GPL, is written in PHP and based on MySQL database engine And PBBoard now in its third generation version 3.0, this version includes integration between design standard High-level as well as high security, as well as multi-language interface and empowerment Full of multiple databases for planning modulating complete with a lack of effort on servers. https://www.pbboard.info
Django Live OS for building webapps using Django and MongoDB.
This is Django Live, a live CD based on Debian stable, Squeeze 6/Lenny 5 that enables to setup/host/test Django apps with ease. No worrys of how to install Apache/Python/MySQL/Django..just fill it, shut it, and go on..LAMP made easy :)
A web-based frontend to help students make their school timetable in an online subject registration environment, running totally on the client's web-browser by grabbing XML from the server, and calculating possible schedules on the fly.
MelaJò Portal Framework is a framework to develop Java Enterprise/J2EE/MVC based applications rapidly and easily. It's based on Finite State Machine concept. It's used for years to create real business web applications with J2EE architecture.
SuperWikia: The Runtime/Realtime Environment for Codesmiths
The SuperWikia Alpha 1.0 application is an IDE specifically developed for 3D and graphic content. Its built upon the Unity foundation and incorporates various libraries from Komodo IDE, wxDevC++, CodeBlocks, QT Creator and other applications. Its Realtime purpose is an IDE (codesmith developer access), its Runtime (U/I) function is as a space building simulator, operating in conjunction with the SuperWikia 'Navigator' user interface to simulate space economics and fleet operations. It allows users (known as 'data fleet navigators' or DFN's) to compete in tourneys over vast regions known as 'expanses' and to create envoys that manage onsite and offsite stations. Using additional SuperWikia components, users may enhance their experience with plugins and 'dataplates' that help build the Runtime environment. Codesmiths (SuperWikia Alpha developers) can also build on top of the codebase using 'transcribes', acronym/algebraic encodes that differentiate codesmith works.
WINOS is a number of scripts that will try to emulate an operating system like Linux or Windows on the Web. As a user you will be able to do things as if you were working on your computer.