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No download Website Updated 12 Jun 2012 NodeJS Stack

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NodeJS Stack is an easy-to-install distribution of the NodeJS application. It includes pre-configured, ready-to-run versions of Apache so users can get a NodeJS installation up and running in minutes after answering a few questions. Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows operating systems are supported. Node.js is a platform built on Chrome's JavaScript runtime for easily building fast, scalable network applications. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient, perfect for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices.

No download No website Updated 27 Mar 2010 WMS Inspector

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WMS Inspector is a Firefox add-on with tools for working with Web Map Services (WMS). It can be especially useful when working with JavaScript mapping libraries like OpenLayers or MapBender or setting up WMS services with servers like MapServer, GeoServer, or deegree. Its main features include structured loading of all WMS requests in the current page and its parameters, sorted by service or type, individual WMS request (images or errors) visualization on a lateral pane, the ability to copy services, requests, or parameters to the clipboard, direct editing of request parameter values, and output of GetCapabilities requests as an HTML report or the original file.

Download Website Updated 22 May 2009 JAMP

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JAMP is a PHP framework for producing Web applications. It is written in PHP and Javascript. Currently, the original documentation is in Italian.

Download Website Updated 17 Apr 2009 hMUD

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hMUD is a classic Telnet MUD client that runs in major Web browsers (IE, Firefox, and Chrome). Internally it's a Flash client, but you do not interact directly with Flash; it just does a bridge between the HTML and the MUD server. For the user, it's just an HTML page using Javascript (like most Web sites). So it is largely accessible by modern computers. It works on any Telnet MUD, and it parses ANSI colors, transforming the output to HTML. It has basic features like command history, logging output in HTML (so that you can save a log with the same output currently in your screen), and other conveniences.

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g7ctrl

A daemon for the GM7 GPS Tracker.

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Mozilla Firefox

A Mozilla-based browser.