Advanced Stock Tracking System (AST) is a Web-based application for keeping track of stocks. It features a portfolio with dividend tracking, a worksheet to keep track of prospects, a stock comparison utility, and a search engine for the stock market based heavily on technical analysis.
Amortization Schedule Calculator is a Web-based loan calculator that lets users estimate their monthly loan repayments. It also lets users figure out how much of the repayments will go towards the principal and how much will go towards interest. This tool can be useful to any Web site that needs to help customers, clients, and home buyers calculate the interest and repayments on their purchases. Full installation and integration instructions are included along with free online support. There are no ads and no annual fees.
AssetsSoSimple is a Web-based asset and purchasing management system. It was built in an easily extensible manner with modules for requests for quotes and purchase orders (including PDF-enabled preview) and timesheets with support for importing from other databases or manual entry.
Axial Finance is a tool for investors and professional traders. It offers a wide range of indicators and strategies to analyze the financial markets in real time and detect the best opportunities. Strategies can be optimized and backtested on a set of values to evaluate their performances. A programming language is available to develop advanced indicators and strategies.
BLAX! is a point-of-sale application that helps the salesman to manage sales and intakes. It focuses on the main aspects of a small store: printing a bill, displaying something on an LCD, handling bar codes, and calculating inventory. It features sound feedback, color sets, log files, and many other features.
Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system that is completely decentralized, without the need for a central server or trusted parties. Users hold the crypto keys to their own money and transact directly with each other, with the help of a P2P network to check for double-spending.
CleanSheets is a spreadsheet application that is both extensible and platform-independent. It features a formula language that closely resembles that of Microsoft Excel, and extensions for aiding end-user programmers in developing correct spreadsheets. The application is written in Java, and relies on ANTLR for generating the formula compiler and the JFC/Swing JTable component for spreadsheet visualization.