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WebShow is a picture presentation software for the web. Any readable input (PNG, JPEG) can be converted to a flash animation playable in any flash enabled browser. Camera pan, zoom and overlays can be added easily and the software automates FTP uploads.1 weekly downloads
This is my personal Java / Flash Widgetfactory Project. It could be used to build up complex GUI's using Java and Flash Components.
An open source Java-Flex architecture using blazeds
X* is a powerful, extensible programming language that is using an Extensible Entity approach (A very enhanced OOP). I've been programming for the past 10 years with dozens of Programming Languages from different Paradigms... I wanted more.
The original Xivio.com World Server Core1 weekly downloads
Create web-based, multi-player games, scripted in Python
Free open source shopping cart.
I want to implement much better AMF0/3 serialization protocol (a bit bigger ;), with much better support for native Java-types like byte-short-char-int-long-float-double and so on.
Online music publishing system that enables mass collaboration among registered users. Users will submit pieces of work for others to add and edit to create other renditions of the work.
Zetangole Faces is the first in a novel family of "Zetangole" games. Players are judged algorithmically from their degreee of similarity to a target celebrity in each round. A Java-based PC version exists. Development of mobile versions are now open.
Zorglux is a multiplayer Help system for Role Playing Game. Zorglux is based on Smartfox server for server part and flash for client (GUI) part.
Project Amfora complements and enhances the functionality of Adobe BlazeDS, allowing client apps built in Adobe Flex to make remote procedure calls to server-side PL/SQL procedures in an Oracle database.
Home of GWT4WTP and other projects of "artifax" team
a framework that mapping java object to ldap objectclass.
use flex + spring + jbpm + hibernate + mysql developer workflow project
otter project at bma
((( bonzeye, bonZeye, bonsai, bonsi, BonPsi ))) a Volumetric Botanical Visualization for File Hierarchy Interfacing Goals: platform independence and consistency across devices, personalized and familiar tree-like branching structure, custom 2D overlays
Program is about visualization of preferences of a social network's users as far as books and reading are concerned. Information is structured according to agegroups, gender and origin of the user.
Social Information1 weekly downloads
Analysis and interactive visualization of a web-based community. Supports different focuses on the given social network to present community groups to the user. Also specific information of each member is provided.1 weekly downloads
My first open source project
Dimdim is an open source web meeting product with features like Application, Desktop and Presentation sharing with A/V streaming and chat. No attendee installation - all features are available through a web browser. Dimdim can be integrated with Moodle.27 weekly downloads
eBed is a web-based application suite designed to assist hospitals manage the daily census of patients and to maintain information about each room. eBed has been modeled to manage patient flow and occupancy status of beds of any type and location.
ePresence was an open source project maintained by the University of Toronto from 2001 to 2008. It has been forked and commercialized in 2008 by the lab ex-employees as a private enterprise. Please visit http://epresence.tv for further details.2 weekly downloads