RSS 5 projects tagged "Cross Platform"

Download Website Updated 02 Oct 2009 marvin-chrome

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Pop 47.49
Vit 2.06

Marvin is an extension to Google's Chrome browser that is designed to make life easier for reddit users. It was inspired by the popular 'socialite' Firefox extension.

No download Website Updated 31 Aug 2009 JS Wars

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Pop 42.31
Vit 1.00

JS WARS is a classic shoot 'em up written to demonstrate the power of modern Web browsers. It is targeting Firefox 3.5 with its audio/video support and increased performance, and uses the canvas tag. It should work well in other modern Web browsers (supporting the canvas tag), just without the music and sound effects.

Download No website Updated 04 Dec 2012 Form Builder PHP Class

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Pop 182.86
Vit 7.42

PFBC is an object-oriented PHP class for building HTML forms. It includes AJAX support, jQuery, reCAPTCHA, TinyMCE, and CKEditor. It features integration with Bootstrap, a front-end framework from Twitter that incorporates responsive CSS (meaning your forms not only look great and behave well in the latest desktop browser, but in tablet and smartphone browsers as well). It supports HTML5 form elements and attributes.

No download No website Updated 17 Jan 2012 ThinVNC

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Pop 61.25
Vit 36.80

ThinVNC exploits HTML5 canvas to display a remote PC desktop without requiring any additional plugin, add-on, or installation of any kind on the client side. Regardless of the computer or mobile operating system, ThinVNC provides native, secure data transmission using HTTP and SSL. It includes a Presentation Manager and can be set up as a gateway to proxy other ThinVNC instances.

No download Website Updated 04 Apr 2011 Cacophony.js

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Pop 29.12
Vit 1.00

Cacophony is a tool for creating and viewing interactive videos, especially music videos, using HTML5 video and canvas elements and Javascript. Interactive elements include visuals/story adapting in response to user input as text, mouse movement, drawings, and choices (choose-your-own-adventure). Input from the viewer can affect the subsequent video, and also be sent to a server for integration with other Web applications (social networking, sharing, and geotagging), which is possible because effects are rendered on-the-fly in the browser, not pre-rendered like traditional video. Input can also come from external sources (RSS and JSON), so you can integrate external data, or previously generated data, back into subsequent views of the video.

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poppler

A PDF rendering library.

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KDE-Services

Extensions providing additional features for Dolphin's right click menu in KDE.