Hermes is a Web application framework designed to help provide a rapid application development framework for business tools with an initial focus of CRM (application included). It provides an integrated and flexible approach to business tools, and allows for database abstraction, library models, user rights management, and other critical areas.
Accessibility-Checking - A large collection of bookmarklets to assist Web developers to ensure more accessible sites. Many are useful as design tools.
everyday my life sucks...!!! I'm stuck in the worst place in Pune, Bibwewadi
eXtropia is an open source resource for web application development. Contained within this site are free software applications (Perl and Java), free software application development tools (Perl and Java), free tutorials, and other related resources.
Gallery Constructor - Gallery Constructor is a Web/CD photo album constructor. It features templating support, watermark picture support, customizable looks for galleries, high-quality resampling when resizing images, compatibility with Exif-information from the camera, the ability to add selected tags to your gallery information, the ability to stamp a copyright text to pictures in order to prevent unauthorized use, support for unlimited depths of sub-folders, an FTP client with support for passive mode (for compatibility with firewalls and pro
Working in the world of the Linux command line is normally a monochromatic experience. Carefully chosen colors in interfaces can enhance their useability.
Find out how to color your command prompt !
CGI:IRC - is a Perl/CGI program that lets you access IRC from a web browser, it is designed to be flexible and has many uses such as an IRC gateway for an IRC network, a chat-room for a website or to access IRC when stuck behind a restrictive firewall.
The Linux Tutorial Network - not a big organization, it is simply a loosely knit group of people who work with their own or clients Linux servers on a daily basis.
The Mailing list ARChives - (MARC) homed at 10 East (formerly the AIMS group, made up of the people who used to be Progressive Computer Concepts, Inc--we're thinking of starting a pool on what their next name will be...) is a project devised, developed, and (try to!) maintained in spare time. It is an RDBMS (MySQL, to be exact) driven database of mailing list messages, viewable and browsable by list, thread, author, or searchable via a full-text search engine. Its interface is no-frills but highly functional, designed to be useable even over slow