Yxorp is a reverse proxy for HTTP. All the fields in requests can be checked and modified by rules. Load balancing, virtual hosting, multiple TCP ports, and SSL are supported. The configuration can be modified on-line. Yxorp can be used to protect Web sites, place pages behind a login, rewrite URLs, etc.
Contractor Software allows contractors to manage their projects and interact with customers online. A contractor can post each task of a project. Each task has a start date and estimated completion date. The client can then always know where the project is and leave comments for the contractor on each task. The contractor can also reply to the client with a follow up comment. This enhances communication and also leaves a record for reference later.
Stunner is an RFC 3489 STUN server and client for Unix and Unix-line operating systems. It aims to adhere closely to the RFC. The STUN protocol is used to help clients who are located behind network-address translating (NAT) routers determine the sort of NAT being used. It is commonly used as part of Voice-over-IP (VoIP) systems.
StableNet Enterprise is a management application for distributed multi-vendor multi-service networks. Automatic discovery for networks, devices, and services provides concise and in-depth topology and inventory views. Real-time and historical measurement capabilities facilitate trouble-shooting, forecast, and capacity planning tasks. Event management and root-cause diagnostics include alarm-handling, event logging, filtering, and correlation capabilities.
The Sun Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) is the industry standard for developing portable, robust, scalable, and secure server-side Java applications. Building on the solid foundation of Java SE, Java EE provides Web services, component model, management, and communications APIs that make it the industry standard for implementing enterprise class service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web 2.0 applications.
elfrc is a program which can turn arbitrary files into ELF object files which can then be linked into your program directly and accessed via simple, user-defined symbol names. Since this is much more effective than turning a binary file into a C array and then compiling that, it's possible to embed even huge (a few hundred megabytes) files directly into the executable and then access the data in constant time without making the compiler or linker eat loads of memory.