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The Open For Business Project is a set of tools and enterprise applications including ERP, CRM, e-commerce, SCM, MRP, and CMMS/EAM. It uses a service oriented and events driven architecture and tools to automate all aspects of application development and maintenance.
The POCO C++ Libraries (POCO stands for POrtable COmponents) are open source C++ class libraries that simplify and accelerate the development of network-centric, portable applications in C++. The libraries integrate perfectly with the C++ Standard Library and fill many of the functional gaps left ... [More]
Features EPESI (a.k.a epesiBIM) • FREE • Open Source CRM Multiuser, multilanguage with UTF-8 support Shared contacts, calendar, tasks, phone calls 100% web based Unlimited notes and file attachments Advanced record history Unique Click2Fill data entry Unique Watchdog module to monitor ... [More]
PRADO is an event-driven and component-based framework for Web application development in PHP 5. It shares many similarities with ASP.NET and RAD tools such as Borland Delphi, and Visual Basic.
Tequila, Fast, Easy, Powerful PHP code in seconds. Tequila is a highly productive PHP framework to code faster and better. Tequila uses a powerful workflow, an advanced security engine. Good coding standards, patterns and Object oriented to help you work less not suffer more :) Use ... [More]
New way solution from DiI have created a full-stack web framework in Python. The project is written from scratch and it works via command-line management. An overview over the framework: dedicated for unixlike os(python 2.5,2.6) comandline mangement HTTP and FCGI(WSGI) server protocols ORM for ... [More]
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