SILC Crypto Toolkit (SCT) is a high performance multipurpose cryptographic toolkit for application programmers. It provides ciphers, hash functions, public key cryptosystems, MAC algorithms, multi-precision integers, cryptographic accelerators, an ASN.1 encoder and decoder, and many other features.
SILC Runtime Toolkit (SRT) provides useful utility functions for application programmers. SRT can be used as the main runtime in any application. It provides an application main loop, hash tables, lists, atomic operations, threads, locks, queues, a file descriptor stream, a socket stream, network routines, a finite state machine, a memory pool, a random number generator, buffers, regular expressions, and many other features. It natively supports Unix/Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, and Symbian OS platforms.
FusionCharts Free is a flash charting component that can be used to render data-driven and animated charts for your Web applications and presentations. It is a cross-browser and cross-platform solution that can be used with ASP.NET, ASP, PHP, JSP, ColdFusion, Ruby on Rails, simple HTML pages, or even PowerPoint presentations to deliver interactive and powerful flash charts. You do not need to know anything about Flash to use FusionCharts. All you need to know is the language in which you're programming.
LightBlue is a cross-platform Python Bluetooth API for Mac OS X, GNU/Linux, and Python For Series 60. It provides easy programmatic access to device and service discovery, RFCOMM sockets, L2CAP client sockets, sending and receiving files over OBEX, service advertising, and local device information.
J2ME ChartComponent is an MIDP 2.0 charting component with basic functionality for showing charts on embedded devices. It currently implements horizontal bar, vertical bar, and line charts. An incomplete and experimental pie chart component is implemented, as well as a very simple 'legenda'.
WmConsole is a console server for Windows Mobile devices which listen over BlueTooth RFCOMM channels. It allows the user to interact with the device using a commandline interface from a Linux or Windows workstation. You need the QTTY Linux/Windows client to access a WmConsole server.