CroosUI RAD Desktop is a rapid application development tool that makes it possible for developers to quickly develop and package exactly same code and UI into Web apps, native desktop apps for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and UNIX on 32-bit and 64-bit architectures, and mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone, webOS, BlackBerry, and Android devices.
CrossUI RAD Tools enables developers to rapidly develop and package the same code and UI into Web Apps, native desktop apps for Windows, OS X, Linux, and Unix on 32-bit and 64-bit architectures, and mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone, webOS, BlackBerry, and Android devices.
The eXtensible Binary Universal Protocol (XBUP) project is an attempt to design a general binary communication protocol and file format. It is based on the unlimited unary-binary encoding and strongly typed block tree structure. It will provide a catalog service and processing infrastructure.
Pascal-P4 for Free Pascal and Delphi is a port of a Pascal compiler written at ETH Zurich in 1976. The source code of the compiler is documented in the book "Pascal Implementation" by Steven Pemberton and Martin Daniels. The purpose of this project is to make Pascal-P compilable by Free Pascal and Delphi while keeping the changes to a minimum and preserving the line numbering as much as possible.
PascalSCADA is a framework for Delphi and Lazarus to quick development of HMI/SCADA applications. The platforms supported by PascalSCADA are Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD under 32 and 64 bits (FreeBSD only in 32 bits). You can communicate with CLP's, create interfaces, store values and alarms of process, and control users of the application.
xMarkup is a command line and GUI utility for multipurpose processing of a set of text files. It can be used to generate or edit the navigational cross-references within a set of HTML documents, analyze and convert the structure or content of SGML, XML, HTML, or text documents, split or merge text files with specified rules, analyze and extract data, generate scripts, and more. xMarkup supports a built-in procedural language which may be used to describe rules of the processing. This language is a simple dialect of the Icon programming language.
XSockets is an open, lightweight, and highly portable library of universal and extensible super sockets for point-to-point communication. It provides a unified API for many communication methods between programs and devices. Currently, many methods of point-to-point communication are well established, like TCP/IP sockets, serial links, named pipes, infrared, or Bluetooth connections. XSockets is meant to provide a single API that can be used for of these methods and more.
Virtual Print Engine Community Edition is a report generator, print engine, and PDF library. It allows you to create documents like reports, forms, drawings, and diagrams on-the-fly by placing objects like text, lines, and bitmaps in any position using function calls. Flexible dynamic layouts are supported. Documents containing tens of thousands of pages can be created with a very small memory footprint. New documents can be assembled from several single documents.