Serial Splitter CE is software for splitting real serial ports into virtual ones. It is useful if you need several applications to work with the same serial port on your mobile device. Serial Splitter CE can create up to 20 virtual ports for splitting real ports. All of the ports are equal. Every created port can be either read-only or read-and-write. You can also connect one application to the other to allow them to exchange data. Such solutions can be useful for GPS simulation systems.
PageLayout is a layout lanager for Java Swing/AWT that encapsulates, in a single library, the functionality of many other layout managers. It allows you to lay out components in appropriately aligned rows, columns, and grids. The elements of rows, columns, and grids may themselves be rows, columns, and grids of components. As a result, relatively complex layouts can be managed with code that is compact and conceptually quite straightforward to understand and, therefore, maintain.
Deep Blue Sea is a match-3 puzzle game in which you find treasure and adventure in an underwater world. The mystery of the aquatic people of Avalonia unfolds as you discover the scattered fragments of their Sacred Amulets, salvaging treasure along the way. The plot thickens as the Amulets are assembled and their powers come to life. Deep Blue Sea entertains with engaging and challenging gameplay, unique features and power-ups, and an original soundtrack.
The Native FileMaker Barcode Generator Plug-In is a FileMaker extension that may be easily inserted into a FileMaker report to create bar code images. Once implemented, no other components or fonts need to be installed to create barcodes. The plug-in provides formulas that, when displayed in a report, create a barcode image from an already installed system font. Supported symbologies include Code 128 (Sets A, B, C, and Auto), Code 39, GS1-128, Codabar, MSI Plessey, UCC/EAN-128, and Interleaved 2 of 5.
PDU/ASCII conversion functions convert between an ISO-8859-1 ASCII string and a PDU-encoded array of bytes as described in ETSI GSM 03.38 and ETSI GSM 03.40. A PDU-encoded message is necessary for sending an SMS using a cell phone that does not support plain ASCII mode (like most phones from Ericsson).