E-GADS! (Electronic Ground Search and rescue Administrative Database System) is a Web-based database that enables ground search and rescue teams to track membership, certifications, search reports, events, and training records. It is fully bilingual (English/French) and is currently based on Canadian geographic data and NSS (National Search and Rescue Secretariat) categorization codes, but can be customized for other languages and data. It requires PHP 4.x and MySQL 3.x+. MapServer and Proj are required for the optional map display. The application has been tested on RedHat Linux and MS Windows systems.
Quick Order is a realtime ordering system using Java Wireless HTTP Form. It uses J2ME libraries to submit forms to an HTTP server running PHP and MySQL. It can run on any embedded device that supports Java Wireless, including mobile phones and Palm systems. It is ideal for making orders in restaurants, point of sale (POS), etc. It supports English and Chinese Big 5 encoding.
ByteHoard is a remote file storage system that provides a Web-based interface for users to upload, download, edit, delete, and share their files. It uses a database for user details, registrations, etc., and needs PHP 4 or higher. It has a fully-featured admin interface, along with moderated registrations, automatic email notification, and template-based layouts.
Eidetic is a middleware library for building database driven applications with Perl and Template::Toolkit. It provides handlers for displaying, editing, searching, and administrating data. It provides an interface-generic way of building db apps allowing Web, command line, or daemon styles of interfaces. It is currently used by several applications, including STP, docsys, and rackview.
Genu is a thin client rich Internet application for Google Spreadsheets data. It works in a symbiotic relationship with Thinux Cluster Live CD, which allows browsers to be deployed over the network without a hard disk. By starting the turn-key solution together with Thinux, browsers can be deployed to load up the Genu Web application, connecting them through Google's Web service for data handling. In effect, the Thinux CD acts as the Internet application server, Genu as the Web desktop client, and Google as the data repository.
isbnsearch provides a simple method for retrieving information about any book using only an ISBN or EAN barcode. It is intended to provide assistance for online libraries, user groups, or individual users, and is designed in such a way to provide a distributed ISBN database query system. Users can choose to view the summary information (author, title, publisher, date, edition, subject, ISBN) as HTML, XML, or a pre-formatted SQL statement.