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The leading open-source PHP framework has a flexible architecture that lets you easily build modern web applications and web services. It includes a Model-View-Controller (MVC), Database abstraction, Internationalization (i18n) and Localization (l10n), Authentication, Authorization, and Session ... [More]
Apatar is an open source data integration application to help join your desktop data with the web. Apatar effectively integrates data and applications, and provides visual job designer and mapping, joins, filtering, data cleansing and validation capabilities. Connectors include MySQL, PostgreSQL ... [More]
Rawflickr is a library designed to allow Delphi programs to access the Flickr API as if it were a set of local function. It does so by providing a set of classes, one for each group of Flickr API methods (auth, blogs, photos, ...) and making the methods inside each class mimic almost exactly the ... [More]
I've created an interactive website enabling citizen scientists to share their observations of daily migrations, nightly roosts, banded crows, and more, with scientists and each other. Sightings can be submitted and accessed from a map on the website, via Twitter, or by posting photos to Flickr.
Project AwsSum is a collection of Perl libraries which can talk to many web service APIs. Using them in your code is very simple and you can be up and going in no time. There is also a simple command line tool which shows what it can do and how simple, but powerful, the system is. Some ... [More]
IMPORTANT I have moved the code for mindof over to github. You can find the code now here: http://github.com/ultramookie/mindof Main page for mindof is: http://mindof-project.org mindof wiki located here: http://github.com/ultramookie/mindof/wikis Tickets located here: ... [More]
Dear coreylib Fans, coreylib is moving to github. Google Code was cool, but github is what open source project hosting should be. http://github.com/collegeman/coreylib I'll be leaving the Google Code project up until March 2010, at which point the project will be closed. Peace, Aaron