QuantComponents is a framework for financial time-series analysis and algorithmic trading, based on Java and OSGi, with an Eclipse front-end. It is highly modular: usable as a plain Java API, OSGi components, or integrated into Eclipse. It works standalone or with a client-server architecture, depending on performance and reliability needs, and is integrated with Interactive Brokers through the IB Java API. Its generic broker API means that it can easily be extended to work with other brokers. A backtesting facility and an extensible SWT charting library are provided.
Trivia Game is a trivia question game script where questions and answers can be stored in external files in XML or JSON format. The game has two levels: in level 1, a list of answers is displayed for each question, and the user must click on the correct answer. In level 2, a text box is displayed in which the user can write the answer. Questions can be asked consecutively or in random order without repeat. A countdown timer can also be given for each question.
LifeQuest is a tool that keeps track of what you need to do, and tells you what to do next. You simply enter the things you want to do, along with priority and date information, and LifeQuest does the rest. Unlike other to do list programs, it aims to minimise the amount of effort you spend entering information. It is also inspired by GTD, with contexts and projects to help you find things to do wherever you are or when there is a project you want to focus on. It is also designed to be motivational. Your to do list is a Quest, your projects are Adventures, and your contexts are Locations.
Booktype makes it easier for people and organizations to collate, organize, edit, and publish books. Delivering frictionlessly to print, lulu.com, and almost any ereader, Booktype facilitates collaborative production processes, with no more lost manuscripts, overwritten Word files, awkward wikis, or cumbersome CMSes.