Cyberbrau is a Web-based program to help the homebrewer. It allows for very simple and intuitive beer, cider, and mead recipe creation, and it automatically calculates all the pertinent information based on the selected ingredients and schedule. In addition to the recipes, it allows multiple brewers to privately track their own batches, emailing them on racking, bottling, and lagering dates. Finally, it has a 'taster's review' section which allows those who try your brew to rate and comment on the batch. This information goes into the overall recipe ranking.
PROPS is an open, extensible Internet publishing system designed specifically for periodicals such as newspapers and magazines who want to publish online, either exclusively or as an extension of their print publication. It supports user registration, access control, staging, templates for display and paid access to archives. It is written entirely in PHP4, and uses XML with advanced syndication capabilities in mind.
4W WebMerge generates static HTML pages from any database or spreadsheet, including Microsoft Access, FileMaker Pro, and Excel. An HTML editor can be used to design custom templates for your index and details pages, and generated pages can be uploaded to any server without requiring dedicated database hosting. It also provides options for automation.
Sval is a Web service which charts the closing price of a stock listed on the American Bourses versus the closing values of the DJIA, NASDAQ, and S&P500 over a given period of time. The chart is returned to the user as a SOAP message attachment in PNG, JPEG, or SVG format. This project is a testbed for investigating a wide variety of Web service technologies by implementing the same Sval Web service using different architectures.
PARASOL is a C library for writing simulations of computer systems. It supports a simulated, user- configured, multiprocessor environment on which user-written software (in C or C++) is executed. The modeling paradigm is "execution based," permitting detailed models of software, including cooperating processes. Note that although it supports simulated networks of computers, PARASOL executes as a single process on a single machine.