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ASAP (Another Slight Atari Player) plays and converts 8-bit Atari music (*.sap, *.cmc, *.mpt, *.rmt, *.tmc, ...) on modern computers and mobile devices.23 weekly downloads
BITXml is an open xml based protocol for Machine to Machine communications. BITXml is both language and "transport" agnostic and covers all the requirements of a generic M2M telemetry & control application. For more info www.bitxml.org
With an ear mounted Bluetooth Camera and a mobile phone app to store and post the video content to YouTube in real time we can change conditions such that cooperation and respect are the Nash equilibrium.
Intel® Mobile Platform SDK 1.3 covered by BSD license, enables developers to build mobile-aware applications. It provides a set of libraries and runtime components, and programming interface, common across Windows and Linux platforms.
A medical information system for Windows-based systems (95-XP/CE/PocketPC) based on Open Source platforms
Web to Peer (W2P) is a light-weight scalable middleware framework that is built on open specifications such as XML and HTTP. It provides point-to-point messaging over the Web.
WinAPI .NET is a low-level wrapper for Windows Application Programming Interface. This .NET class library, written in C#, allows managed .NET applications to access the Windows API without taking care of the current platform (Windows 32/NT/CE).
A cross-platform graphics engine initially for XNA, Managed DirectX and Symbian OS games development. The engine is a 2D sprite engine that allows the use of 'layered' sprites, pre-calculated sprite paths and automated animation.
Description : A Plugin useful in security based xml mark up to provide support in MVC/BPM/MDA based Java/J2EE Applications.