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  • DADBIZ Business Management 1.05 betaView | Homepage | Download ]

    An initial working version of an application to manage small business, right now only products, clients and invoicing (screen in English,Spanish,Portuguese). It's made with FLTK, ruby, and sqlite. Only the win32 installer - I'll put the complete source code up soon. LINUX binaries : http://dad-it.com:8080/dadbiz-linux-dist.tgz

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    • New Database Support Category

      I've created the new category in Links/Bazaar to provide some ways to build the FLTK application with the database support. I'm going to add my ODBC support library (SPDB) into this category. Any feedback is appreciated. [ Read ]


  • EducationView | Homepage | Download ]


  • GamesView ]


  • Gled 1.2.5View | Homepage | Download ]

    Gled is a C++ framework for rapid development of applications with support for GUI (using FLTK), 3D-graphics and distributed computing. It extends the ROOT framework (standard data-analysis tool in high-energy physics) with mechanisms for object collection management & serialization, multi-threaded execution, GUI auto-generation (object browser & editor) and dynamic visualization (OpenGL).

    Distributed computing model of Gled is a hierarchy of nodes connected via TCP/IP sockets. Gled provides authentication & access control, data exchange, proxying of object collections and remote method-call propagation & execution.

    Gled can be dynamically extended with library sets. Their creation is facilitated by a set of scripts for creation of user-code stubs. Simple tasks and application configuration can be efficiently done via the interactive C++ interpreter (CINT).

    Gled is used for development of programs in high energy physics and as a research tool in distributed and grid computing.

    GUI features:

    • auto-generated object control widgets presenting controls for all exported object members variables, methods and aggregation-facilites (object-pointers and containers)
    • browser for arbitrary object graphs with editing facilities and drag-and-drop support
    • integrated mechanisms for (remote) object instantiation
    • object context-menu for browsing & execution of (remote) method invocation requests
    • GUI control over server-client-viewer system and clustering (using Gled introspection where server-client tree is represented as a Gled object graph)
    • zoom control for all fonts and widgets (laptop-friendly)

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    • Gled 1.4.1

      Release focus: a couple of minor improvements in Gled and bug-fixes in external software. [ Read ]

    • Gled 1.2.5

      Gled 1.2.5 encompasses many usability improvements stemming from the development of Event Visualization Framework for the ALICE experiment [ Read ]


  • GraphicsView ]


  • HarfTanı-Letter Recognizer by ANN 0.1View | Homepage | Download ]

    LETTER RECOGNATION SYSTEM Simple ANN application

  • Language BindingsView ]


  • MultimediaView ]


  • Multiplot 0.4View | Homepage | Download ]

    Multiplot allows for fast plotting of simple two dimensional graphs. It is simple, uses opengl for visualisation and automatically scales your graphs such that they fit into the plot-window.

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    • Multiplot 0.4

      new version with minor bugfixes. sould now easily compile under linux and windows. [ Read ]

    • Multiplot 0.3

      Multiplot 0.3 now plots points only for scatter-plots and allows you to define the background color, grid color, and line widths. [ Read ]


  • NetworkView | Homepage | Download ]


  • OpenExposition 0.3.1View | Homepage | Download ]

    OpenExposition is a library for automatic construction of user interfaces. After specifying the variables/methods that should be exposed through the UI, it automatically generates a graphical (FLTK or Cocoa), programmatic (Python), and speech-based UI.

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  • Programming ToolsView | Homepage | Download ]


  • purchase order v6.2View | Homepage | Download ]

    Free accounting software for small business to prepare lots of reports with high accuracy and inbuilt barcode maker generates customized labels for product to identify them.

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  • Sudoku Solver 1.0View | Homepage | Download ]

    Everyone else seems to be writing Sudoku playing programmes now... This is  intended for anyone (like me) who gets half way through a Sudoku and thinks "Why am I doing this? This is exactly the sort of thing computers are good at..."  Anyway, tested on OSX, linux, WinXP. And it is much faster at solving sudoku puzzles than I am.

  • WidgetsView ]


  • XWindowsView | Homepage | Download ]


  • YapBib beta 0.99r1View | Homepage | Download ]

    Yapbib is Your Annotated Personal Bibliography. This program allows you to manage your body of literature research, include annotations per author and per literature-entry, organize and categorize the entries for your specific projects, perform queries on the entries, and export contents on the bibliograpy database in BibTex form. Yapbib uses no external database to keep the software small and manageable. It's database is in ASCII form that is easily read into other programs or modified by hand. It also stores a cached copy of each article in PDF format making YapBib your "one-stop-shop to your bibliography!"

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    • YapBib beta 0.99r1

      The first beta release of YapBib: a simple program written using FLTK that allows you to manage your bibliography in a sane fashion.  Export to Bibtex files for inclusion in your articles. [ Read ]


 
 

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