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The phoenix kit is a collection of tools & working samples to create cross platform role playing games(RPG) of various types including massively multi-player online role playing games (MMORPG).
uoPhx.NET is a desktop application for the University of Phoenix (Online). It wraps and extends the services provided by the University of Phoenix (with a built-in Usenet client and WWW automation).
[ENG] mkLib - object oriented C++ Windows library featuring: networking (Windows Sockets), threading, GUI. [PL] mkLib - obiektowa biblioteka w C++ dla Windows, obslugujaca: programowanie sieciowe (Windows Sockets), wielowatkowosc, GUI.