Spider Linker provides the ability to efficiently make all content on a Web site, particularly dynamic content, available to Internet search engines. It discovers content on one or more Web sites, and creates a table of contents (TOC) of all the content in a format that is friendly to search engine spiders. HTML, XML, sitelist.txt, and Harvest Control List formats are supported, and custom formats can be constructed. Since it provides FTP, HTTP/HTTPS, upload, and email publishing mechanisms, it can also support XML feeds and other URL submission strategies.
RealBasic Event Calendar allows RealBasic programmers to easily implement a fully featured monthly event calendar into their applications. Users and programmers can add, edit, and remove event dates to a graphical calendar, and then, using drag-and-drop, move the dates around easily and simply. Developers are able to easily manage the dates that are displayed and moved both by attributes as well as by user actions.
Artekopia Netjuke is a cross-platform Web-based audio streaming jukebox powered by PHP 4 and an increasing choice of databases. MP3, Ogg Vorbis, ASF/WMA, and other music file formats are supported. Artekopia Netjuke aims to enable small organizations or communities run a private "mp3.com-like" Web site to access the music they legitimately own, distribute, or are granted access to. It supports most audio players, language packs, optional file downloads, media protection schemes, multi-level security, shared and private playlists, random playlists, images, etc. It also features an unusual, easy-to-use installer module to get you started in minutes.
Take on the role of the Infernal Contractor and raise mayhem in this fast-moving 3D office simulation. This episode sees you racing round the office against the clock in an attempt to prove your fitness to the demanding recruiters. Slippery floors and dodgy ergonomics are all that stand between you and gainful employment. Hear encouraging phone calls from your agent, the harsh judgements of the recruiters, and the final countdown as you race for the finish line in this interactive simulation.
DeskNow WebMessenger is a Jabber/XMPP secure instant messaging server that includes a Web-based IM client. It can be accessed transparently across firewalls, proxies, and NAT, and supports 128-bit SSL encryption. Other features include the support for unlimited virtual domains, a Web-based administration console, and the ability to send broadcast messages and alerts to all users. It is compatible with the most popular Jabber clients, and can run on any OS.
Defaults Manager is an editor for the User Defaults preferences database on Mac OS X. It allows you to easily view, edit, delete, and backup preferences, and can be used to view and change the preferences in almost any application. It is useful for developers that want to make sure their preferences are being stored and changed correctly, and can be used to unlock features that previously required the use of Terminal.
X Application Server System (XASS) allows for the creation of 'application servers' and clients which request that applications be run on a server but displayed locally. Servers can be queried for an application or services can be broadcasted. Authentication is provided, and applications are run as the user who requested them, although this is configurable. It allows applications to be served in heterogeneous, load-balanced, or distributed environments.