RSS 219 projects tagged "MIT"

No download Website Updated 28 Oct 2009 chartviz

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Chartviz is a JavaScript library for charting and visualizing data. It is heavily inspired by Google Analytics. Unlike Google Analytics, it does not depend on Adobe Flash. Instead, it uses SVG or VML through the Raphaël library.

No download Website Updated 29 Oct 2009 P2P-Fusion

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Pop 23.58
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P2P-Fusion is a software system that supports audiovisual creative activities and makes it easy for anyone to create, reuse, and share audio and video productions over the Internet legally, without costly servers and complicated system management. Fusion binds together a peer-to-peer network, a distributed semantic database, social enrichment features, support for embedded licenses, and a social media application toolkit into an integrated easy-to-use solution.

No download No website Updated 21 Nov 2009 eLua

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Pop 36.33
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eLua (Embedded Lua) aims to introduce the programming language Lua to the embedded software development world. Lua is the perfect example of a minimal yet fully functional language. The aim of the project is to have a fully functional Lua development environment on a microcontroller (Lua interpreter, modules appropriate for microcontroller environments, and editor) without the need to install a specific toolchain on the PC side.

No download No website Updated 10 Nov 2009 superpy

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Pop 10.72
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Superpy distributes Python programs across a cluster of machines or across multiple processors on a single machine. Superpy lets you send tasks to remote servers or to the same machine via XML RPC call. It has a GUI to launch, monitor, and kill remote tasks. It works on both Linux and Windows and can run as a Windows service with submitted jobs running as the service user or the submitting user via password authentication.

No download Website Updated 13 Nov 2009 Cunei

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Pop 19.80
Vit 40.23

Cunei is a data-driven machine translation system that builds dynamic, statistical models based on instances of known translations found in a corpus.

No download Website Updated 16 Nov 2009 deva

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Deva is a programming language that is small, dynamic, and has some similarities to C and Python. It is designed for embedding in C++ applications, and is also suitable for basic programming tasks. It is written to be as simple as possible, but no simpler. Deva is a multi-paradigm language: it is essentially procedural and imperative, but with support for basic functional and object-oriented idioms.

Download Website Updated 22 Nov 2009 delegate.c

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delegate.c implements an abstract function pointer by capturing a user-specified callback signature -- delegate() -- and exposing it through a simple interface -- invoke(). It provides something loosely approximating lambda expressions; or even more analogous, C# delegates. It includes a wrapper to support libevent callbacks to functions not matching the required libevent callback signature.

No download No website Updated 02 Jan 2010 Nagios 4 iPhone

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Pop 30.45
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Nagios 4 iPhone is a Nagios interface for the iPhone. It does not require any modifications on your Nagios servers. The server part of this software collects statistics on several Nagios servers, serves a few static files, and generates a JSON response. The client part handles the display of the data on the iPhone.

No download No website Updated 14 Jan 2010 node.js

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Node is similar in design to and influenced by systems like Ruby's Event Machine or Python's Twisted. Node takes the event model a bit further: it presents the event loop as a language construct instead of as a library. In other systems, there is always a blocking call to start the event loop. Typically, one defines behavior through callbacks at the beginning of a script, and at the end starts a server through a blocking call like EventMachine::run(). In Node, there is no such start-the-event-loop call. Node simply enters the event loop after executing the input script. Node exits the event loop when there are no more callbacks to perform. This behavior is like browser Javascript: the event loop is hidden from the user.

No download Website Updated 29 Jan 2010 OpenShapes

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OpenShapes is a framework for editable online diagrams. It features in-browser editing and viewing of diagrams. All important functions are done using Javascript, particularly the definitions of individual shapes. It is easy to add new classes of shapes. Shapes in diagrams can be connected together. The software is loosely coupled to any particular graphical display platform. It uses a simple XHTML-based format for diagram data. It features straightforward application integration, and support for linking from shapes in diagrams.

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fgallery

A minimalist JavaScript gallery.

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Devel Live CD

A Live CD to compile programs.