RMI WebSocket provides a library for remote method invocations between a browser and a Jetty Web Server using the HTML5 WebSocket. The idea is to enable tight method-level integration between the user interface and the server so that patterns such as MVP (Model-View-Presenter) can be applied in a Web environment. The method-level communications between the browser code and the server code allows the developer to think about the Web page and server-side components as objects in a UML world. Details such as the over-the-wire protocols in WebSockets are abstracted away in the process.
Countly is a real-time, mobile analytics application. It collects event data from mobile phones and visualizes this information to analyze mobile application usage. Countly dashboard gives a complete overview of your application's performance. You can view detailed metrics, including session length, hardware type, operator (carrier), connection type or speed, activity length, and more.
Novius OS is a CMS that takes up the challenge of managing Web content in today’s multi-channel environment. Its goal is to provide users with one single tool for their digital communication: Web sites, social networks, mobile applications, email, and custom business applications. It is based on the FuelPHP framework. It uses an HTML5 interface, the jQuery UI framework, and the Wijmo and TinyMCE plugins.
ogEditor is a Web-based WYSIWYG HTML editor with a built-in file manager. It features a Tag Selector which lets you view and edit a tag's attributes and internal styles while working in the Design view of an HTML page. Tag Selector displays the entire chain of tags which apply to the current selection or to the cursor position. When any of the tags is selected, its corresponding element will be highlighted in the Design view, and the selected element's attributes and internal styles are also displayed and can be edited in the Property editor window.
Adtruism raises money and awareness for charities through online advertising. If you have a Web site or blog you can raise money and awareness for any charity you like by embedding an iFrame. The iFrames display advertisements, the proceeds from which go directly to the charity of your choice. At present, all money goes to the charity chosen by the Webmaster, but the plan is to give everyone some say in where the money goes. To do this, a range of browser plugins and apps are being developed that will allow users to choose a combination of charities that they would consider their ideal donation ratio. When they visit a Website with one of this software's ads embedded, it can record their preferences and then revenue can be divided up accordingly.