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Open Product Life Cycle Management - An Open source Platform independant, database independant next generation Product lifecycle Management solution For latest information please visit http://www.oplm.org http://github.com/oplm/sparta1 weekly downloads
BigFish is a world class solution that leverages the power of the Open for Business (OFBiz) open source project. BigFish extends OFBiz. Extends, enhances and simplifies. From our years of experience in delivering eCommerce solutions, we've learned what needs to be part of a solid stable foundation and what features need to be open and flexible.2 weekly downloads
Webapp for reporting and administrative tasks based on scripts.1 weekly downloads
Greenfield is a lightweight eCommerce application1 weekly downloads
Rule engine for data preprocessing1 weekly downloads
ITMM, developed by the IASC Foundation XBRL Team, is a GWT based web application, which allows to browse and combine XBRL Taxonomy modules. It therefore combines XML, XBRL and Java related technologies. Visit http://xbrl-ifrs.org/ITMM to see ITMM working1 weekly downloads
Identifiers.org is a system providing resolvable and persistent identifiers, in the form of URIs, used to identify data for the scientific community, with a current focus on the Life Sciences domain. The provision of resolvable identifiers (URLs) fits well with the Semantic Web vision, and the Linked Data initiative. The resolving services of Identifiers.org rely on the information stored in the MIRIAM Registry.1 weekly downloads
Jpml is a All In One View Platform1 weekly downloads
MACFOB’s outcomes will meet the important user need of making multimedia web resources easier to access through developing technologies that support the creation of synchronized annotations. Main product of this project is called Synote.1 weekly downloads
Web application for monitoring of jms messages.
Applicant Database is a multi-user software to administrate applicants
A framework for creating service-oriented representations of common websites, using them to create composite services, and providing AJAX methods to "mash-up" these services.
genericlink is a tool for creating intelligent data transfer flows between different data sources.
A mobile RSS reader written in J2ME. Feeds are downloaded in background, allowing a fast and fluide experience. The project also includes a fast AJAXed web RSS reader to be used when the J2ME client is not necessary.
Caves 'n Critters is a tool for supporting DnD 5e campaigns. It's set up as a web app, with updates being automatically shared across all active participants. The UI is targetted at both laptops and tablets.
Mechanism to support the creation and subsequent tracking of a healthy living plan. It is based on the notion that the user will be given a circle for sticking with the plan, a triangle for coming close and a cross otherwise.
Managed file transfer framework (MFT) based on Spring, Hibernate, REST and many other open standards. The core innovation consists of the so called segmented data transfer and storage, that allows to put reliability and data security to a next level.
The CMS3.0 is an open-source clinic management system project jointly implemented by the Hong Kong Medical Association (HKMA) and ISIA, with the funding support from the OGCIO under the Sector-specific Programme for the Medical and Health Sector.
A kickass issue tracker.