AmberPoint Express is a product for monitoring, diagnosing, and troubleshooting Web services messages. It operates for Web services built with Tomcat/Axis. It helps developers that are building and deploying Web services. Some of its basic features include performance monitoring, analysis, diagnosis, and testing.
CT-gui is a touch-friendly GUI toolkit which can be used on the Linux desktop and on Android devices. Development can be done quickly and easily on a Linux box, then ported to an Android tablet or phone. For graphics, only OpenGL or OpenGL ES is used. For audio, ALSA is used for Linux and OpenSL ES for Android. As you might expect, the Android SDK and NDK should be installed on your system. Two demo projects called CT-synth and CT-farfisa are included, which are a polyphonic synthesizer with about 20 built-in patches, and an organ with many sounds. These can be played using the mouse or your fingers, or with an attached MIDI keyboard.
GNU Aspell is a spell checker designed to eventually replace Ispell. It can either be used as a library or as an independent spell checker. Its main feature is that it does a superior job of suggesting possible replacements for a misspelled word than just about any other spell checker out there for the English language. Unlike Ispell, Aspell can also easily check documents in UTF-8 without having to use a special dictionary. Aspell will also do its best to respect the current locale setting. Other advantages over Ispell include support for using multiple dictionaries at once and intelligently handling personal dictionaries when more than one Aspell process is open at once.
JWAA is a software framework for building dynamic Web applications as networks of first-class Java objects. XML is used for representing information normally coded as HTML. The XML files are automatically reloaded when they change. It has a "persistent forms" feature in which form data automatically persists in the database such that fields behave like pieces of paper that automatically preserve what's written on them. This default behavior is easily overridden. Invalid links are reported at XML load time via the browser, and are also recorded in log files.
Mercat is a light-weight, cross platform programming language. It is garbage collected and self hosting and produces portable byte-compiled binaries that can be executed on any platform with the appropriate interpreter. Interpreters are available for Linux, DOS (32-bit) and DOS (16-bit) and the interpreter source should be easily compilable for other platforms.
PHP Tree Graph Ext is a PHP package that can be used to render graphical diagrams of hierarchical trees of nodes. Each node may be associated with a title, text, an image, and a desired width and height that it will occupy in the tree's graphical diagram. The colors of the image background, node, node links, and node texts are configurable. The node link style, node text font, and node border width can also be configured. The user can also choose which node will be the root, such that all nodes that aren't a descendant of the root won't be shown.
SolarCalc is a program for estimating the solar radiation and electrical energy yield in a given site around the world. The software has been written in Qt and uses the most recent models of solar radiation conversion by PV effects. The software can take into account many aspects of solar systems such as detailed diffuse/beam correlation models, temperature effects, and shadowing effects. The system allows you to build a user-based archive of components, like solar panels and inverters. Many printing and exporting functions are available, as well as ready-to-use PDF report export.
Tete allows you to select intervals, chords, or scales and play examples of the selected sounds in a random order. As each is played, it is highlighted in the list. Once you think you can tell what is playing, you can test yourself. A series of sounds will be played, again at random, and you attempt to identify what has been played. You can control how each sound is played back by changing the MIDI instrument, the octave range allowable, the root note, and whether the sounds are played ascending or descending.