PICI-NMS is an object oriented middleware which makes possible sending messages in a networked environment or on a single host between applications using the library provided. The supported message sending mechanism is "publish/subscribe" and this is backed up by a very easy-to-use and intuitive C++ API which hides the underlying socket interface to make the message sending as transparent to the client as possible.
Loan Calculator provides an easy-to-use solution for Webmasters wanting to give their site visitors an opportunity to calculate mortgage payments and funding options for home purchases or refinancing. It can be used on the desktop or on servers for greater usage flexibility thanks to its use of Microsoft Silverlight. Using the application is easy and comfortable because its interface is similar to others designed for the desktop. Webmasters can add the program directly into the desired page. Unlike many similar programs, it is a client-side application, so your server's central processing unit is not accessed when users make the calculation. Another benefit of the software is that calculations are generated automatically when parameters are altered, so users don't have to click on any buttons as they would on a real calculator. It can also be used to create tables and diagrams showing additional views of information.
Diagnil is a GUI application to help solvers of diagramless crossword puzzles. It accommodates puzzles distributed electronically using several file formats (puz, jpz, xpf, and ipuz) as well as those distributed in print form. Although software for conventional crosswords has existed for years, the diagramless variant has received little attention. Diagnil attempts to fill that void. It lets you solve puzzles by entering words, placing them on a grid, and moving them around the screen until the final shape is achieved.
Over5 is a program for transferring between c64/vic20 machines and Amiga/PC/UNIX boxes. It supports serial transfer at 38400 bps using only a RS-232 level converter and a 3-line standard nullmodem cable. No special serialport chips are needed. Source code is included. It features read/write/execute memory, filecopy with wildcards, read/write raw disk, read/write ZIPCODE archive, the ability to use the Amiga/PC/UNIX box as a harddisk server ($0801-$f600), builtin diskturbo, and a fast basic bootstrap for most cbm 8-bitters.