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Xuse manages requirements, use cases & other artefacts that drive software design. Xuse focuses on clear documentation & communication. It defines an XML data model for requirements & use cases with XSLT providing multiple derived views: HTML/SVG/PDF. Note there is no GUI for entering requirements, however another project (https://sourceforge.net/projects/xguse/) will provide a GUI.4 weekly downloads
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Emle - has the math equivalent of physical science lab equipment. Math classes have not had the advantage of labs which provide the experience of direct reinforce of concepts until Emle.
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Computer equipment store. The overall goal of this project is to provide a flexible way to customize computer configuration and/or search for similar offers by some criteria (price, performance etc.)
Urdu internationalization utilities. Three utilities: Inpage converter, typing tutor and collating/search will be made available initially.
As those involved in SOA technologies will know web services and integration is a fairly dry subject. Typically the integrated systems and services sit behind a facade of other systems or web and desktop based applications. How then do you interest business users of the power of your solution? How do you quickly build or mock up an application that will interact with your back end services? We had just such a problem and needed a way to keep senior technical staff and business users awake during a presentation. We searched for something suitable - we knew that editing XML in SOAP UI would not work well - in the end we created our own demonstration framework - this is the result.