Calcurse is a text-based calendar and scheduling application. It helps keep track of events, appointments, and everyday tasks. A configurable notification system reminds the user of upcoming deadlines, and the curses based interface can be customized to suit user needs. All of the commands are documented within an online help system.
The Chemical Structures project aims to provide a complete set of 3D molecular structures in CML format. As CML format permits structural data and many properties to be included, each file also contains additional information, like molecular weight, boiling point, melting point, or InChI code. Data can be explored with a CML-aware software, like Jmol, or by using a Web browser.
Gespinst WebCMS is an easy-to-use Web content management system. It features a file manager designed to be familiar to users of Windows Explorer or GNOME's Nautilus that is used to work with news, images, calendar events, and users. A variety of text formatters are provided, including support HTML and Wiki syntax. A forms system is also included for printing, receiving, and validating HTML forms. Additional functionality is provided with optional modules.
HeeksCAD is a CAD application. It can import solid models from STEP and IGES files, draw construction geometry and lines and arcs, create new primitive solids, or make solids by extruding a sketch or by making a lofted solid between sketches. Solids can be modified using blending or boolean operations. Models can be saved as IGES, STEP, and STL. The 2D geometry can be plotted with a printer or to HPGL. DXF files can be imported and exported; lines, arcs, spline, ellipses, and polylines are supported. SVG import has similar capabilities. It is possible to make Add-In modules. The HeeksCNC project provides a CAM add-in, and HeeksPython provides a Python console.
JForum is complete, powerful, database-independent, and multi-threaded forum software. Features include unlimited forums and categories, topic watching, email notification, private messages, user ranking, an advanced permission schema, and moderation options. It provides support for many languages and customizable templates per user.
The main goal of the Java API for KML (JAK) is to provide an automatically generated full reference implementation of the KML object model defined by OGC’s KML standard and Google’s GX extensions. It is an object-oriented API that enables the convenient and easy use of KML in existing Java environments. KML is an XML-based language schema that describes and visualizes geographic data. The language is often used in 2D web based maps and 3D virtual globes. APIs for XML dialects are implemented using two layers. The current official XML schema of KML in conjunction with the JAXB technology is used to generate Java class representations automatically. KML’s schema is a document describing the correct syntax of KML files and can, therefore, be used for validating the corresponding KML files. The semantic application layer, which is found on top of the JAXB layer, is abstracted from the raw generated classes and defines a well-shaped API. This API provides easy out-of-the-box access to KML for the user. This project provides a Java API for KML in order to enable this.