FreeWRL is an Open Source, cross platform VRML2 and X3D compliant browser, with script, SAI and EAI support. Platforms supported: Linux and other Unix-style platforms; Mac OS/X; Windows. Support for mobile platforms (iOS, Android, QNX) is under development.
yaSSL, or yet another SSL, is an embedded ssl library for programmers building security functionality into their applications and devices. yaSSL is highly portable, and runs on standard as well as embedded platforms(QNX, ThreadX, VxWorks, Tron) yaSSL is still available but no longer being developed. Current development on the same project continues under wolfSSL. Visit yaSSL Home above for the latest stable release.
Apache Cordova framework for showing websites as mobile apps
Gungnir is an Apache Cordova (PhoneGap) based framework for displaying websites as mobile apps As PhoneGap is cross-platform, the resulting app can be submitted to various app stores (Google Play, Apple App Store, BlackBerry App World etc)
Subset of QML widgets styled as Plasma Breeze theme for mobile devices
Subset of QML widgets styled as Plasma Breeze theme for mobile devices. The goal is to implement Breeze like widgets using mostly QtQuick primitives for Android and other devices. In features you can see already working elements.
PMI Romania Chapter mobile application
A group of enthusiastic people started to work as volunteers on an interesting software project targeting mobile devices. The main scope of the project is to enable the end users accessing the PMI (Project Management Institute) Romania Chapter's resources no matter it's about of events, project management articles or job postings. The end user has been identified as a member or non-member of PMI Romania Chapter or any project management professional interested to be up-to-date with what is happening inside the PMI community. The software project consists of a front-end application (client) and a back-end application (server). The front-end application should be able to run on smartphones and tablets on different operating systems: iOS (Apple), Android (Google) or QNX (RIM). It's the application for the end-user. The back-end application should be able to run on one of the PMI's Windows/Unix servers. It's the application that should provide content to the front-end.