Quasar is a business accounting application. From its easy to install scripts to its online help, Quasar was developed with the ordinary user in mind. You can run it on a single computer or on a network. define a single company or multiple companies as your requirements dictate, purchase products, maintain inventory, sell goods and services, manage payables and receivables, print cheques, and review your financial statements. A complete electronic "User's Guide" is available in PDF format.
UniRed is a unicode plain text editor. It supports many charsets (16-bit Unicode, UTF-8, Windows/DOS system charsets, Latin-1, Latin-2, Latin-3, etc., Cyrillic charsets, etc.). It allows you to use HTML-style presentation of Unicode symbols, features syntax highlighting that can emphasize syntax elements by colors and/or text styles, and much more.
C Scripting Language (CSL) is an embeddable scripting language with C syntax. A comprehensive set of libraries is included in the base package, and writing your own libraries is possible with an easy API for C programs, as well as a class interface for C++ programs. If you are looking for a compact and powerful scripting engine for your application, CSL might be the choice.
X-Hive/DB is a powerful native XML database designed for software developers who require advanced XML data processing and storage functionality within their applications. The comprehensive X-Hive/DB Java API contains methods for storing, querying, retrieving, transforming, and publishing XML data. X-Hive/DB supports all major W3C standards, such as XQuery, XPath, DOM, XPointer, XML Schemas, and more.
OpenLoad is a tool for load-testing Web applications. It aims to be easy to use and providing near real-time performance measurements of the application under test. This is particulary useful when you are doing optimization as you can see the impact of your changes almost immediately.
Forms for Metadot Web Portal is a web based forms package for the metadot portal. From your browser you can define a form with checkboxes, radio buttons, etc. Validate minimum length, max size, or against a regexp, attach "help" to field, and usual forms package type stuff. Users can then use the web to enter data according to your forms. It works within the metadot portal environment (nice, flexible portal - gpl mod_perl mysql).