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S60/Symbian port of Apache httpd and connectivity solution that provides HTTP access to a mobile phone from the Internet. For installation and other information, please follow the 'Project Web Site' link to the right, or Project->Website from the menu.58 weekly downloads
This is an application to research a Vélib' station with available bikes or free parks. Includes maps to display the results and history handling. Uses kXML for XML parsing and Google Maps Mobile for geocoding, itinerary and maps generation.
Get information about delays in systems like public transport systems by the users of such systems, Use this collected information to calculate a forecast of the point of time of an upcoming event like an arrival.
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This is an OpenSSL wrapper for Java for multiple platforms. The wrapper uses asynchronous OpenSSL interfaces, so it might be used in the style of JDK 1.5 SSL engine. The wrapper uses SSL engine of OpenSSL directly rather than just cryptogrphaphy.
The shed is the the umbrella project for a loosely related collection of classes, frameworks and applications developed in C++/Java. Hopefully other people find them useful and maybe contribute something. So crack open a tinny and enjoy the serenity ;-)