Neo4j is a graph database, a fully transactional database that stores data structured as graphs. A graph is a flexible data structure that allows for a more agile and rapid style of development. You can think of Neo4j as a high-performance graph engine with all the features of a mature and robust database. The programmer works with an object-oriented, flexible network structure rather than with strict and static tables, yet enjoys all the benefits of a fully transactional, enterprise-strength database. The community edition is GPLv3 licensed, while the advanced and enterprise editions are AGPLv3 licensed.
The Joomla! Show TwitrPix Module fetches an RSS feed from TwitrPix to display Twitter pictures. Features include displaying public or personal feeds, showing pictures in single or multiple picture modes, displaying the description when the mouse is over the picture, and displaying a large version of each picture on the personal website using Highslide JS or the TwitrPix website.
TinyShell AJAX is a tiny cross-browser module based shell that acts like a Unix prompt. It includes a MySQL command line client. It supports multi-line commands, tabbing, and much more. It is ideal for emulating SSH access to a webhotel that only offers FTP and HTTP access. Also, the application is fully functional on the native iPhone/iPad browser.
The te-edu Password Meter class can be used to check whether a password is strong enough to not be guessed easily. It can perform several tests on a given password string to compute a score that represents the strength of a password. Password checking is based on brute force attack class A and considers 10 million password checks in one minute. It checks characters, character pairs, repeated characters, time needed to be discovered, character standard entropy, etc.
AppInfo is a small library that provides an easy way to show always valid, automatically updated information about a version of running software in your Web or desktop Java application. It is especially useful with automatic builds from CI server deployed on QA. It currently supports displaying the name, version, build number, and build date of running software. This information is available as text from end application and can be customized to fit your needs. Source information can be passed via environment variables and works out-of-box with Hudson CI server.