StoryTestIQ (a.k.a. "STIQ") is a tool for creating "Executable Requirements", which have also been known as acceptance tests or functional tests. STIQ was developed based on two other open source acceptance testing tools, Selenium and FitNesse. This combination allowed StoryTestIQ to capture the Web browser based testing facilities and elegant command language of Selenium along with the wiki based editing and pluggable Fit fixture loading of FitNesse.
The OpenInput library is intended as a free (libre), easy-to-use, cross-platform input handler library. The goal is to provide an SDL-like interface to input devices such as keyboards, mice, and joysticks while keeping the dependencies for the library at a bare minimum and making it simple to integrate in existing projects. All functions and data structures are intuitive and fully documented. The library has support for both event-based input handling and unbuffered input.
dummzeuch chart is a set of components for Delph 7 (VCL) and Kylix 3 (CLX) that can draw two dimensional charts using different formats for lines and points. It automatically scales the axes. It can also draw a bar chart. The number of data series containing the values is virtually unlimited. A special chart type called ctAlternateLine allows lines which span from -infinity to +infinity.
Essential Budget a personal finanance manager that fully supports creating and tracking a budget against actual expenses. With a high-quality, cross-platform, professional user interface, it simply performs all of the basic features expected of a personal finance manager, and aims to replace tools like Quicken(tm) for home finance management in the future.
TinkerBell is a application development tool for Ruby Web Dialogs. It can be used to develop GUI and Ruby code and a complete application. It works under rwdtinker, the core application for the rwdapplications. Rwdtinker can install and delete installed applets. This program uses the RubyWebDialogs GUI interface, and can be added to with drop-in applets. There are about 14 applets that can be installed. Context-sensitive help is on the windows and tabs.
The Lit Window Library is a C++ library which provides "reflections" (extended runtime type information), adds "rules" to the "methods, properties, events" GUI coding paradigm, and contains a collection of frequent UI patterns. The goal of this library is to speed up GUI coding by a factor of 10. It does so by greatly reducing the amount of source code necessary to implement common, day-to-day user interface requirements. This is not just another "better widgets" library. The library introduces two new, different concepts to UI coding: a data abstraction layer (reflections) and rule-based programming.
Minimal OpenGL Utility Library (MOGUL) is a library similar to GLUT, only with fewer features. It lets you write window-system-independent OpenGL programs with even fewer lines of code than GLUT. It currently supports X11 and Win32. Examples are included in the distribution. It is intended to be easy to learn and simple to use.