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Client-server multi-language dictionary based on Java. Comes with multiple clients - GUI, web-based, command-line, etc...The server allows plugging dictionary and user databases in.
GPL MIDlet games collection. This name was initially choosen because we wanted to port Frozen Bubble to MIDlet devices. But there is already such a port, done by Glenn Sanson. The original idea remains but we want to use this space for other MIDlet games
Gameboy Advance Abstraction Layer (GBAAL) is an Open Source Library for the Gameboy Advance. So, with this library you are able to respond towards an GBA. The lib will be developed even so, that guys are able to work with the easy functions, you need to
Position "Live Tracking" can be used for logistic, security, telemetry or/and alert systems. The GPSLiveLogger project tries to make "Live Tracking" available to anyone through using FOSS and low cost hardware. Respect each others privacy !
Basic GPS software for handheld units. Recommended for paper map enthusiasts requiring determining his position. GridHIKER shows position graphically on usual Geographic grid or UTM grid which should be drown on paper map.
This project is to develop a free application to provide remote control of home entertainment devices using portable IR enabled computing devices such as mobile phones, PDA’s, and laptop computers.
This project aims to provide various small utility beans, which can be used in a JavaBean aware builder.
Jumping Frogs is a frenetic multiplayer game in a Bomberman-ish graphic style.
Lascos is an opensource framework based on component oriented programming. first implementation is Java, but others supported. Aims to be useful for both server side and client side use and builds on the succes of open source and open standards
Nintendo DS Homebrew software which, in conjunction with the DSMidiWifi application by 0xtob, turns the DS into a fun and functional wireless MIDI controller - allowing people with little to not musical knowledge to "draw music" on the screen.
MadButterfly is a SVG based GUI framework. Application programmers can describe user interface for their application in SVG. It is supposed to be frontend of small/embedded device, or be used to develop small games.
A MIDP 2.0 mine sweeper clone for mobile devices. It eases trivial game tasks such as uncovering or flagging hidden fields fields around open fields if appropriate.
MogTrails is a mobile phone application to create GPS tracks in the GPX format. It connects to a GPS device over bluetooth and monitors the positioning information. Based upon this data a log-file is written on the phone storing positions along your way.
MulTIOS is a multi-threaded operating system for the TI-83 Plus Silver Edition and TI-84 Plus calculators.
An advanced music player for Android.
Multifunctional software for Windows based pocket pc's, to make the handhelds useful even at home. At the end, it'll be a fully functional netradio with some kind of "today" functionality, and with some unique features - these will be explained later
A PocketPC clone of the classic Block game. It is written in C# using the Microsoft .Net Compact Framework, and it requires PocketPC 2002 or later. For development, Visual Studio.Net v 7.1 or later is recommended.
Shopping list application for PocketPC 2002. Written in C# utilizing the .NET Compact framework.
Combining readings from a GSM- and GPS device to roughly locate GSM-antennas.
"Presentation Builder for Java" is first a knock-off of popular presentation software. It lets a user create slide presentations by assembling JavaBeans to create a compelling, interactive presentation.
The pys60tools aims to be a collection of useful scripts that run on Python for S60 (Symbian) devices.
Project Rump ("R"ump is "U"sed to "M"anipulate "P"hones) is an open source program for cellular phones using Java. Designed to operate on North American GSM cellphones, RUMP also allows a user to make calls using "Virtual Audio tokens"
Redeye lets you print to HP 82240 printers from a Palm OS PDA.
Windows clones of the classic Space Invader game. The project consists of three modules running on three different (Windows) platforms: PocketPC, Windows XP, and OpenGL. The OpenGL version can be easily ported to any OS supporting OpenGL.
Bible searching/reading programs for PalmOS