VideLibri 1.887

VideLibri is an app to access the web catalogs of libraries. It has all the usual features of their OPACs, e.g. viewing your account, searching books or ordering other items. It also renews all due books automatically and can do other things only a locally running app can do, like keeping a history of all ever lend books. It probably was the first library app ever made. So far VideLibri has been tested with 200 libraries successfully, but it was designed to allow every user to adds its own lib

CometVisu - realtime visualization 0.10.1

CometVisu is a realtime visualization software using modern web technologies for building automation. It shows different statuses of a building and allows the interaction with it (like temperature set point). It runs from small systems like the Raspberry Pi up to big systems and requires only a web browser (desktop ones like Firefox or Chrome as well as mobile ones like those from the Android system or iOS) for interaction. Backends for the KNX bus as well as OpenHAB are available.

Wammu 0.43

Wammu is a graphical mobile phone management tool. It's based upon the Gammu library for interfacing to different hardware and protocols (OBEX, etc). It provides phonebook, todo list, files, calendar, and SMS archiving, editing, copying or sending.

V-Play Engine 2.9

V-Play is a cross-platform development SDK based on the popular Qt framework. V-Play app and games are created within Qt Creator. V-Play's main language for writing source code is a declarative language called QML together with JavaScript The V-Play SDK includes all the components you need to develop professional cross-platform apps and games.

SOGo 3.1.0

SOGo is a fully supported and trusted groupware server with a focus on scalability and open standards. SOGo is released under the GNU GPL/LGPL v2 and above. SOGo provides a rich AJAX-based Web interface and supports multiple native clients through the use of standard protocols such as CalDAV, CardDAV and GroupDAV, as well as Microsoft ActiveSync. SOGo is the missing component of your infrastructure; it sits in the middle of your servers to offer your users a uniform and complete interface to a

Wikipedia offline more 0.9

Kiwix is an offline reader for Web content. It's especially intended to make Wikipedia available offline. With Kiwix, you can enjoy Wikipedia on a boat, in the middle of nowhere... or in Jail. Kiwix manages to do that by reading ZIM files, a highly compressed open format with additional meta-data. Features: * Pure ZIM file reader * Case and diacritics insensitive full text search engine * ZIM based HTTP server * PDF/HTML export * Localized in more than 110 languages * Search suggestions * Tabs

Qt 5.5.0

Qt is a C++ and GUI toolkit. It's available cross-platform, and integrates the Qt Quick canvas and fluid layout engine, based on QML (modeling with JavaScript and CSS-like features).

laroux.js 2.1.0

laroux.js is a slim (30KB) jQuery/Zepto substitute, cross-browser and mobile device compatible, with a few lightweight conceptual extensions (UI helpers and MVC). So far it comes with AJAX support, animations, CSS, Date, DOM, Event, Form and Helper modules, MVC, Stack, Templating, Timers, Triggers, UI, Vars and Wrapper components.

CVPI: A Computer Vision Library For Mobile and Embedded Platforms 0.1

I am desiring to turn my university capstone project into a free software project, which you can view at CVPI is a computer vision library that utilizes OpenVG to perform image manipulation. I used as a guide for what functionality to implement. Working test code can be found in the `tests' directory. The code currently only works with the Raspberry Pi running Raspbian. If you have a singl

Ubuntu reddit browser 3.1

UReadIt is a simple browser for on Ubuntu phones. It utilizes the Reddit API, to read and post articles and coments, inbox management, and up/downvoting. It uses QML and also works in Desktop view.