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  • PubNub: Realtime APIs, Global Infrastructure PubNub: Realtime APIs, Global Infrastructure Icon
    PubNub: Realtime APIs, Global Infrastructure Icon

    Harness the power of PubNub’s programmable APIs and robust global network to power realtime chat, geolocation, IoT, multiplayer games, and more.

    The realtime revolution is upon us. Users want data, and they want it now. Deliver the immersive, interactive experiences your audience craves with PubNub. Get to market quickly with pre-built SDKs, integrations, and serverless computing at the edge; then scale on a global network that delivers any message in under a quarter of a second with five 9’s reliability guaranteed.
  • DigitalOcean - The Total Cloud Computing Platform DigitalOcean - The Total Cloud Computing Platform Icon
    DigitalOcean - The Total Cloud Computing Platform Icon

    Our platform was built with simplicity at the forefront, so developers can build and deploy with ease.

    DigitalOcean's predictable format removes infrastructure friction and allows developers more time to build software customers love. Easily deploy, manage, and scale applications of any size. DigitalOcean also provides the support you need with hundreds of in-depth tutorials and an active online community.
  • Naughtylus File Manager

    Naughtylus is an "old school" two panel file manager for GNOME Desktop. It provides network transparency through gnome-vfs libraryand offers easy keyboard navigation. It aims for full integration with the GNOME Desktop. Naughtylus is written in Pytho

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • totalw

    TotalW is a two panel file manager written in PHP. It is ajaxed. TotalW can download file from internet or upload file from your computer. You can mail files on remote server or download them to computer. It can zip files(.tar.gz) or unzip them.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • fstyp

    This is a FreeBSD version of fstyp program developed by Martin K. Petersen. fstyp can be used to heuristically detect which file system type a device or a partition contains. Useful for backup scripts.

    Downloads: 22 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • jfilescan

    Jfilescan is a software program that intends to act as a watchdog for your file system. It will provide versions for multiple file systems, such as fat32, ntfs, linux file systems and so on.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • ManageEngine now lets you patch computers from cloud ManageEngine now lets you patch computers from cloud Icon
    ManageEngine now lets you patch computers from cloud Icon

    ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus offers patching capabilities on cloud - Patch all OS updates and 550 third party apps on-demand and stay secure!

    Last year saw the hackers unleash their expertise in skills for a ransom - targeting those unpatched computers in data-critical institutions. Only if the computers were patched on time, billions of dollars could have been saved. ManageEngine’s Patch Manager Plus comes to your rescue, offering you an automated patching solution, now on cloud, for latest hotfixes of Windows updates and a wide range of third-party applications (over 550 of them).
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  • Remote File Access

    Access file system using the basic file and directory operation of the Server Operating System from the Client Operating System using Remote Procedure Call. Client OS : Linux Server OS : Free BSD 6.2

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • binary compression 79

    This is afast and efficient binary compression method based on 2-byte data right (low) bit truncation to 8-bit dictionary entries . 6-bit binary compression method is based on 4-byte data translation through 6-bit parity table into compressed data . (htt

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