ZyWeb



ZyWeb is an online webpage authoring tool, created and owned by ZyNet Ltd, and is currently at version 3.1. It was an early adopter of an entirely server-based solution. ZyWeb was created to enable non-technical users to create and publish web sites without any need for any design, authoring or technical skills.

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Zope

Zope is a family of free and open source web application servers written in Python, and their associated online community. Zope stands for “The Object Publishing Environment”, and was the first method for the web application. Zope has been recognized as a Python killer app, an app that helped put Python in the spotlight. Over the last few years, the Zope community has several additional web frameworks with disparate aims and principles, but sharing philosophy, people, and source code. Zope 2 is one of the most widespread of these frameworks, which runs on Zope 2. BlueBream (formerly Zope 3) is one of several broad-based sites, including Launchpad. Grok was started as a more program-friendly framework, ”

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Xojo

The Xojo programming environment is developed and marketed by Xojo, Inc. of Austin, Texas for software development targeting macOS, Microsoft Windows, Linux, iOS, the Web and Raspberry Pi. Xojo uses a proprietary object-oriented BASIC dialect, also known as Xojo.

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Wt (web toolkit)

Wt (pronounced “witty”) is an open-source widget-centric web framework for the C ++ programming language. It has an API resembling that of the Qt framework, which uses a widget-tree and an event-driven signal / slot system. The Wt’s design is used by the state of the model used in desktop-applications APIs, applied to the web-development of traditional MVC (model-view-controller) design pattern. So rather than using MVC at the level of a web page, it is pushed to the level of individual components. While the library uses a desktop software development process, it does support some web-specific features, including:

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Wix.com

Wix.com Ltd. is a Israeli cloud-based web development platform that was first developed and popularized by the Israeli company also called Wix. It allows users to create HTML5 web sites and mobile sites through the use of online drag and drop tools. Social plug-ins, e-commerce, online marketing, contact forms, e-mail marketing, and community forums can be accessed through their web sites using a variety of Wix-developed and third-party applications. Wix is ​​built on a freemium business model, earning its revenue through premium upgrades. Wix ads, add e-commerce capabilities, or buy extra data storage and bandwidth. Along with its other offices in Israel, Wix also has locations in Ukraine, Brazil, Lithuania,

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WET Web Tester

WET Web Tester is a web testing tool that drives an IE Browser directly and so the automated testing is done to a user would drive the web pages. The tool allows a user to perform the functions of the application of the application by clicking on the text, clicking on the button, and clicking on the button. One may also perform various checks as part of the testing process by using Checkpoints. The latest version of WET is 1.0.0. WET sits on top of Watir, an automated test tool which uses the Ruby scripting language. WET retains all the features that make table objects, Object depot (aka object repository), and inbuilt Html reporting

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Weebly

Weebly is a platform for e-commerce, websites and integrated marketing for creative entrepreneurs and small business owners. The company is headquartered in San Francisco and currently has more than 50 million customers around the world. Weebly was founded by Chief Executive Officer David Rusenko, Chris Fanini Chief Technology Officer, and Dan Veltri Chief Product Officer.

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Website builder

Website builders are tools that typically allow the construction of websites with manual editing. They fall into two categories:

The first websites were created in the early 1990s. These sites were manually written in HTML. Over time, software was created to help design web pages and by 1998 Dreamweaver had been established as the industry leader; However, some of them have been criticized as being overblown and linking on tables. As the industry moved towards W3C standards, Dreamweaver and others were criticized for not being compliant. Compliance has improved over time, but many professionals still prefer to write. Open source tools have been developed, and made fewer exceptions for the then-dominant Internet Explorer’s deviations from the standards. The W3C started Amaya in 1996 to showcase Web technologies in a fully featured Web client. This is a framework that integrates W3C technologies into a single, consistent environment. Amaya started as an HTML and CSS editor and now supports XML, XHTML, MathML, and SVG. GeoCities was one of the first modern site builders that did not require any technical skills. Five years after its launch in 1994 Yahoo! bought it for $ 3.6 billion. After becoming obsolete, it was shut down in April 2009.

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WebSiphon

WebSiphon is a world wide web application server and software development tool used to create dynamic, data-driven web sites. WebSiphon combines the proprietary SiphonScript scripting language with connectivity to several databases, including MySQL, FileMaker, and ODBC-compliant databases, as well as its own integrated flat file database, called Verona. WebSiphon features functionality found in scripting-based CGI applications. A developer can embed SiphonScript in HTML documents or execute a function in a stand-alone SiphonScript package.

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WebSharper

WebSharper is an open source and commercial web-programming framework that allows web developers to create and maintain complex JavaScript and HTML5 front-end applications in the F # programming language. Other than a few native libraries, everything is F # source.

WebSharper includes support for jQuery, HTML5, DOM and EcmaScript. WebSharper Mobile includes support for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Forms and Sitelets. Unlike many other web-programming toolkits, WebSharper offers a rich set of abstractions and DSL syntax for common web-related chores.

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WebPlus

Serif WebPlus was a website design program for Microsoft Windows, developed by UK-based software company Serif. It allows users to design, create and upload their websites to the Internet without any knowledge of HTML or other web technologies. Much like Microsoft Word, WebPlus uses WYSIWYG drag and drop editing to add and position text, images and links as they would appear on the finished web page. Once a user has designed their site, WebPlus can preview the site in a web browser before uploading the site using the built-in FTP. The software comes with a variety of pre-designed websites containing Filler text like Lorem Ipsum, which can be used as a template for quickly designing a site. It also provides drawing tools for creating and editing buttons and web graphics. WebPlus is now only available for the paid-for version. The cut-down Starter Edition is no longer available. In March 2016, Serif announced that WebPlus X8 would be the final version, and that there were no current plans to design an application to replace it.

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WebORB Integration Server

WebORB is an integrated server managed by Midnight Coders Incorporated. It is used in SOA / Rich Internet Application development projects to connect browser clients (Adobe Flex, Adobe Flash, AJAX, Java, .NET, Silverlight, JSON) and mobile clients (Android, Windows Phone 7, BlackBerry PlayBook) with backend services ( .NET, Java, PHP and Ruby on Rails) and databases (MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Azure SQL, PostgreSQL, ODBC and Oracle database). It combines technologies that provide developer productivity tools, AMF remoting, real time messaging, code-level security and real time streaming media. Midnight Coders positions WebORB has a full-featured platform that has been shown to reduce the complexity of multitier architecture integration, thus speeding the development process and time to market. (See Case Studies. There are four WebORB versions – WebORB for .NET, WebORB for Java, WebORB for PHP, and WebORB for Rails. WebORB PDF Generator is a product that plugs into WebORB for .NET and WebORB for Java to provide server-side PDF generation.

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Webnode

Webnode is a website builder system. and developed by Westcom, sro, a company based in Brno, Czech Republic. It can be compared with other online systems like Weebly. The website maker is known for its simplicity and allows users to create a site by dragging and dropping.

Westcom, Ltd. Started the development of Webnode in September 2006 and officially launched 16 months later in January 2008. Originally since 2002, the developer company Westcom had created online applications for large customers and had developed a system new websites. From this framework system came the idea of ​​creating a website builder tool for non-technical users. First the Czech version was first launched in June. By the end of 2008 Webnode had more than 200,000 users in more than 80 countries around the world, including the United States, Spain and China. Two years later, in 2010, its users grew to more than 2,000,000 users and it had 12 language versions.

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WebMaker CMS

WebMaker CMS is a UK-based company which markets an online builder package called WebMaker CMS, a website builder. The product provides free hosting for the first year, which is renewed by annual fee. WebMaker has a number of add-ons or plug-ins / widgets, enabling customers to add extra features as and when they are needed by the WebMaker product. UK based marketing agency, Insight Group, based in Bracknell, Berkshire, UK.

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Webflow

Webflow is a professional drag and drop tool for web sites using responsive web design best practices.

Webflow is a cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) that allows designers to build production-ready, responsive websites without any coding knowledge required. It makes designers to achieve the most effective design and development in the world of graphic design for Adobe Photoshop. While designers use the tool, W3C standards-compliant WebFlow-compliant HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Based on Twitter’s Bootstrap web development framework, Webflow’s cross-device code and cross-browser compatible.

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WaveMaker

WaveMaker is a private aPaaS (platform-as-a-service application) software for building and running custom apps. WaveMaker provides Rapid API App Development & Deployment to build enterprise-grade multi-device apps, and leverages Docking containerization for an app-optimized infrastructure.

WaveMaker RAD Platform is a software that enables organizations to run their own end-to-platform-as-a-service (aPaaS) application for building and running custom apps. It also allows developers and business users to work with standard enterprise-grade technologies that can be extended or customized. Those apps can consume APIs, visualize data and automatically support multi-device responsive interfaces. WaveMaker RAD Platform enables organizations to deploy applications on public or private cloud infrastructure, and containers can be deployed on top of virtual machines or on bare metal. The software provides a graphical user interface (GUI) console to manage the IT infrastructure and capabilities based on Docker containerization. The solution provides features for deployment automation application, lifecycle management app,

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Watir

Watir (Web Application Testing in Ruby, pronounced water), is an open-source family of Ruby libraries for automating web browsers. It drives Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari, and is available as a RubyGems gem. Watir was first developed by Bret Pettichord and Paul Rogers.

Watir project consists of several smaller projects. The most important ones are watir-classic, watir-webdriver and watirspec.

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Wamp.NET

Wamp.NET is a combination of the typical WAMP / WNMP stacks and supports both Apache and Nginx.

Current packages include Apache, Nginx, Php, MariaDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Memcache and Redis. These are downloaded (and cached) and installed / uninstalled via the instance manager. They can then be run as standalone or as Windows Services. Multiple simultaneous instances are supported, either on the same port or on the same port across different interfaces.

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UML-based Web Engineering

UWE (UML-based Web Engineering) is a software engineering approach for the development of Web applications. UWE provides a UML profile, a metamodel, a model-driven development process, and a support tool for the systematic design of Web applications (MagicUWE). UWE follows the separation of the requirements for the requirements, content, navigation, presentation, process, adaptation and architecture. The key aspects of UWE are reliance on OMG standards.

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UM.SiteMaker

UM.SiteMaker is a web-based program, originated at the University of Michigan, which lets non-technical people make highly customized websites and web-databases. It has been used by the University of Michigan and Global Village Consulting (Vancouver, BC), who maintains the generic version of the program under the name GVC .SiteMaker. The source code and executable files are available from SourceForge, under the Educational Community License. It was recognized by Campus Technology magazine as the winner of its 2006 Innovators Award, in the area of ​​”the Web”. In 2015, the developers announced that they were retiring the software by the end of the year.

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TOWeb

TOWeb is a WYSIWYG website creation software for Windows and Mac OS X that makes web publishing easy. The latest version 5 creates HTML5 / CSS3 responsive websites compatible with any device. It has some limitations such as it can not open an external web site for editing.

The first version of TOWeb was developed during 2 years from 2003 to 2005 under the project name “WebGen”. It was primarily intended for beginners with any HTML knowledge in website creation. The first version 1.0 was released on August 6, 2005. The following releases 2.0, 3.0, 4.0 … have brought new features like the ability to create online stores. The latest version 5.0 released on June 2013 follow the Responsive Web Design by the creation of websites compatible with any device.

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Topincs

Topincs is a software for the rapid development of web databases and web applications. It is based on LAMP and the semantic technology Topic Maps. A Topincs web database makes information accessible through browsing very much like a wiki. Editing a page on the subject rather than using markup editing. A web database can be adapted to a web application to provide specific user groups to a contextualized approach to the data. All modeling and development tasks are performed in the web browser. No other development tools are necessary. The server requires Apache, MySQL and PHP. The client works on any standard-compliant web browser on desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobile phones. The layout is automatically adjusted to smaller screens. The programmatic access to data is done via a virtual object-oriented programming interface which is set in a few minutes. It is more than generated. Portions of the database can be pulled into memory to accelerate bulk access.

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SWiSH Max

SWiSH is a Flash, Dynamic HTML, and vector graphic creation tool that is commonly used to create interactive and cross-platform movies, animations, and presentations. It was developed and distributed by Swishzone.com Pty Ltd, based in Sydney, Australia. In October 2016, Swishzone.com posted a message on their website indicating that they have been removed from distribution. A software key generated was made available for download from their home page. SWiSH Max primarily outputs to the .swf format, which is currently under control of Adobe Systems. SWiSH Max was designed for the Windows operating system. SWiSH Max3 added features such as a drawing tool, advanced shape operations, and ActionScript 2.0 classes.

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SwellRT

SwellRT is a free and open-source backend-as-a-service and API focused on ease-of-development apps with real-time collaboration. It supports the building of mobile and web apps, and aims to facilitate interoperability and federation.

The GRASIA research team at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, as part of the EU-funded project (2013-2016). In 2014, the developer Pablo Ojanguren took the lead in forking Apache Wave, dropping several components, re-engineering it, and building a “Wave API” to build applications on top. In 2015, such Wave API became a standalone product named SwellRT.

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Softwell Maker

The Softwell Maker is an environment development. Designer uses visual forms and reports (WYSIWYG), business rules, and other types of flowcharts.

The Maker project was born in 2002, within Freire Informática Ltda. a software factory in Bahia that operates in the public area, which developed over 100 solutions based on the Softwell Maker platform since the first versions of the product. In 2004, Softwell Solutions Ltd was created to be a specialized company in the evolution and improvement of Maker and other tools to improve software development.

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SMX (computer language)

SMX (from Server Macro Expansion) is a macro processing language designed to embed macros in web pages. Originally shipped with the popular Internet Business Builder software, it has been ported as an Apache module.

SMX was designed to embed macros in HTML / XML pages. It was originally shipped with the Internet Factory’s Commerce Builder software, a relatively popular web server in the early days of the Internet, due to the ease with which a developer could produce an e-commerce website. Rather than re-implement websites in more popular languages, like Perl or PHP, a small group of SMX fans. A good example of a macro is% counter. This embeds a simple incremental counter on an HTML page. To include the results of a SQL query on a page, you can simply type% dsn (<dsn>, <query>,% col (1) <br />) in the middle of an XHTML page. Owing to the high-level nature of the language,

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SiteW

SiteW is a French-based company that offers a website building service.

The idea for SiteW (pronounced Double-Vee Site) was born in the Spring of 2007 when Fabien Versange and Cédric Hamel, two computer scientists with a shared passion for web technologies, were approached by several local businesses in the Auvergne region, such as associations , small shops, shopkeepers and artisans to design their websites. These people had a limited budget and were unable to provide services for these services, while also lacking the technical knowledge to create websites on their own. This site is designed to help you find your way around the world, to create a website for your website, and to access the website. tool. Hailing from Cantal, in the central region of France, the company was registered at the Chamber of Commerce of Aurillac in January 2008, where they opened their offices in Calvinet before relocating to Cassaniouze after three years, launching their website and online web services at Month Later. Business picked up quickly with hundreds of users in the first couple of months and months of the year. By December 2010 the company had successfully registered and created 150,000 websites. In 2011 the German version of the website was released. On the other hand, we have more than 500,000 websites created and launched using the siteW tools with 15% of the customer base coming from abroad. In September 2014 the company had managed to help create 1 million websites.

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Silex website builder

Flint is a free website builder, that can be used directly in your browser. The skills needed to edit a website to be used by the user and to the user. The WYSIWYG interface is an interactive interface, and the integrated CSS and JavaScript editors to add styles and interactivity to the elements. Flint is a free and open source alternative to Wix.com, Weebly, Jimdo or Squarespace.

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SharedCopy

SharedCopy was an AJAX based web annotation tool that allowed users to mark-up, highlight, draw, annotate, cache, sticky-note and finally, share any website. Founded in March 2007, SharedCopy was reviewed on Techcrunch, Lifehacker, Killer Startups, Startup Squad, and Wall Street Journal. Initial user response to the system was mixed. Some reviews were positive, but others complained about bugs. The co-founder of SharedCopy was also nominated by Business Week for Asia’s Young Entrepreneur 2007.

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Selenium (software)

Selenium is a portable software-testing framework for web applications. Selenium provides a playback (formerly also recording) tool for authoring tests without the need to learn a test scripting language (Selenium IDE). It also provides C #, Groovy, Java, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and Scala. The most modern web browsers. Selenium deploys on Windows, Linux, and macOS platforms. It is open-source software, released under the Apache 2.0 license: web developers can download and use it without charge.

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Scriptcase

ScriptCase RAD is a development platform for PHP applications, is web oriented and can be installed in the internet. It acts like a platform for developers and enables them to use a graphical interface directly through a web browser to automatically generate the codes. It was developed by Netmake in the year 2000 can be used on Mac, Windows and Linux operating system. Using ScriptCase, PHP developers can generate complete online applications. ScriptCase is a rapid web development tool that aims to reduce the development time and increase productivity. Developers need a XAMP like environment (on a web server like Apache incl PHP + a dabase like mySQL + a browser) on their desktop (or accessible via network or internet) to develop applications, for hosting the applications the server needs an webserver (incl . PHP) + a database.

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RocketCake

RocketCake is a free WYSIWYG editor for building websites using responsive web design. The program allows for beginners and professionals to create and publish websites without any programming. Functionality such as video players, galleries, contact forms, and animated slide shows can be added to websites through the software. The editor automatically generates W3C standard-compliant HTML, PHP, CSS, and JavaScript. It was built using C ++ and the WxWidgets tools library, making it cross platform and working on macOS and Microsoft Windows.

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Question Writer

Question Writer is a quiz authoring tool for Microsoft Windows. It is used for authoring questions and compiling them into quizzes in the Flash file format. The software is published by Central Question.

The user interface treats each quiz as a separate document. The document interface makes the questions available in a tree-view on the left hand side and a large preview. This section of the question, section or entire quiz. The software uses a multiple document interface allowing a number of quizzes to be open simultaneously. Drag and drop is used to re-order questions within a quiz and copy questions between quizzes.

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Pyjs

Pajamas (formerly Pajamas before May 2012), is a rich Internet application framework for developing client-side web and desktop applications in Python. The resulting applications can be run in a web browser or as standalone desktop applications. It contains a stand-alone Python-to-JavaScript compiler, an Ajax framework and a widget toolkit, and through use of these components, developers can write comprehensive applications, to run in all major web browsers, without writing any JavaScript. Pyjs is a port of the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) from Java to Python.

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PlayCanvas

PlayCanvas is an open source 3D game engine / interactive 3D application engine alongside a proprietary cloud-hosted creation platform that allows for simultaneous editing of multiple computers via a browser-based interface. It runs in modern browsers that support WebGL, including Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. The engine is capable of rigid-body physics simulation, handling three-dimensional audio and 3D animations. PlayCanvas has gained the support of ARM, Activision and Mozilla. The PlayCanvas engine was open-sourced on June 4, 2014.

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PHPRunner

PHPRunner is a rapid application development (RAD) software for creating database-driven web applications. It is a code generator and templating engine that separates the presentation layer from the coding layer, allowing web designers and developers to work on the web application independently. PHPRunner was first released by Xlinesoft on December 5, 2004.

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PageCloud

PageCloud is a software as a service, a cloud-based web development platform and a drag and drop website builder. The platform allows individuals and businesses to create and maintain websites. PageCloud was founded by Chief Executive Officer Craig Fitzpatrick and is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada. In 2015, PageCloud was a finalist in the TechCrunch Disrupt Startup Battlefield.

Craig Fitzpatrick at TechCrunch Disrupt. PageCloud was founded in 2014 and officially launched in May 2015 by Craig Fitzpatrick at TechCrunch Disrupt. For seed funding he relied on other companies, including Shopify CEO Tobias Lütke. Fitzpatrick created the initial software Source Metrics, where he became frustrated with how difficult it was to build and run a website. During its pre-sale period, the company surpassed $ 1 million in pre-orders, selling 10,000 licenses before the platform was made available.

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OWASP ZAP

OWASP ZAP (short for Zed Attack Proxy) is an open-source web security scanner application. It is intended to be used by both those and other professionals. It is one of the most active OWASP projects and has been given Flagship status. It is also fully internationalized and is in translation. When used as a proxy server it allows the user to manipulate all the traffic that passes through it, including traffic using https. It can also run in a ‘daemon’ mode which is then controlled via a REST Application programming interface. This cross-platform tool is written in Microsoft Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. ZAP was added to the ThoughtWorks Technology Radar in May 2015 in the Trial ring.

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Opera Dragonfly

Opera Dragonfly is a web development tool that has been integrated into the Opera web browser from Opera versions 9.5 through 12.18, similar to Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. It supports debugging JavaScript, viewing the DOM, monitoring network traffic, previewing resources, editing colors, etc. It also supports remote debugging, which allows using the features of Dragonfly to be used when debugging a mobile phone, TV, or another desktop computer. Opera Dragonfly must be downloaded on first use, and functions offline thereafter. Opera Dragonfly automatically updates to the latest version available, when connected to the Internet. Opera Dragonfly is compatible with Presto 2.1 and later, specifically Opera Mobile 9.5 and above, Opera Desktop 9.5 and above, and Nintendo DS & Nintendo DSi Browser.

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Open Mashup Alliance

The Open Mashup Alliance (OMA) is a non-profit consortium that promotes the adoption of mashup solutions in the enterprise through the evolution of enterprise standards like EMML. Enterprise mashup is expected to grow tenfold in the next five years. The initial members of the OMA include some large technology companies such as Adobe Systems, Hewlett-Packard, and Intel, and some major technology users such as Bank of America and Capgemini. According to information technology industry analyst Dion Hinchcliffe, “Ultimately, the OMA creates a standardized approach to enterprise that creates an open and vibrant market for competing runtimes, mashups, and an array of important aftermarket services such as development / testing tools, management. administration, governance frameworks, education, professional services,

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Online designer

Online Designer, also known as design-your-own designer, is a component of a website used to design, decorate, or customize a product such as t-shirt, stationary or other customizable products. Commonly used in the decorating industry, Online Designers were originally used by ‘design your own’ as Cafe Press, Zazzle and Custom Ink. Consumer editions such as InkSoft, inkXE, DecoNetwork, OSS Designer and RSK Tech became available in 2007, or add to printer, or add to their own website. An online web site user allows a website user to:

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Omnis Studio

Omnis Studio is a rapid application development (RAD) tool that allows programmers and application developers to create enterprise, web, and mobile applications for Windows, Linux, and macOS. The Omnis JavaScript Client allows developers to build the web browser and the mobile application. The business logic and database access in such web and mobile applications is handled by the Omnis server. The Omnis server also acts as a hub between database servers, services based on Java and .Net and customers like Adobe Air and Flex.

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Nagare (web framework)

Nagare is a free and open-source web framework for developing web applications in Stackless Python. Nagare uses a component model inspired by Seaside, and, like Seaside, Nagare uses a framework where the HTTP connectionless request / response cycle does not break the normal control of the application. This allows for applications in the same way as desktop applications, for rapid application development. However, Nagare is written in Python rather than Smalltalk.

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Adobe Muse

Adobe Muse is a website builder that allows designers to create fixed, fluid, and adaptive websites without having to write any code. General Museums static websites giving users the freedom to host their sites with any hosting provider. Users can add more advanced features such as blogging and eCommerce to their website with plugins created by third-party developers. This application is available through Adobe’s Creative Cloud subscription. Muse will be discontinued as of March 2020, with the last feature improvements having appeared in March 2018.

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Moonfruit

Moonfruit is a UK-based company that offers a website building service.

Moonfruit was launched in January 2000 during the dot com bubble, and was supported entirely by advertisements. When the bubble burst, it became a subscription-based service. Later, the company was bought out by its London-based staff. The service is now in its sixth version, including a French language version, with further languages ​​to follow. In April 2011, over 3.5 million websites had been built using Moonfruit’s point-and-click interface and drag-and-drop templates. By the end of 2011 over 4.4 million were created with another 1.2 million in 2012, bringing the total to 5.66 million websites by the end of 2012. SiteMaker is a reseller of domain registrar Gandi so SiteMaker customers can register domains for their sites, in return Gandi offers SiteMaker as an option to its customers in addition to its own website builder. Turnover reached $ 1.9m in 2009, before shooting up to near $ 4m in 2010, with its SiteMaker share in 1.26m in 2011. On May 16, 2012, Yell (the British Yellow Pages publisher) acquired Moonfruit in a deal worth £ 23 million. In 2013 Moonfruit’s Flash based platform for HTML. The HTML 5 rendering engine continues to be improved with new features and improvements including e-commerce, blog page and social platform integration. Moonfruit user created websites that are facilitated by the new build of Moonfruit can be viewed at the non-affiliated Moonfruit Directory. On August 8, 2016 Moonfruit announced that they would cease to offer free websites. The owners of free Moonfruit websites could upgrade to a paid subscription,

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Mobirise

Mobirise Website Builder is a freeware web design application, developed by Mobirise, that allows users to create and publish bootstrap websites, without coding. Mobirise is essentially a drag and drop website builder, featuring various website themes. The software’s features can be extended by purchasing extentions. It has been featured in Huffington Post, IDG, TechRadar, About.com and noted as an alternative to Wix.com, Weebly, Jimdo, Webydo, Squarespace.

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Microsoft WebMatrix

Microsoft WebMatrix is ​​a free, cloud-connected website builder and HTML editor for Windows, geared toward web development. WebMatrix enables developers to build websites using built-in templates or popular open-source applications, with full support for ASP.NET, PHP, Node.js and HTML5. Microsoft Developed WebMatrix for the purpose of providing web developers with coding, customization, and publishing capabilities all in one place.

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Microsoft Popfly

Microsoft Popfly (internally codenamed Springfield) was a Web site that allowed users to create web pages, program snippets, and mashups using the Microsoft Silverlight rich Internet applications runtime and the set of online tools provided. It was discontinued on August 24, 2009.

The Popfly included four tools based on Silverlight technology, which are described as follows.

The Game Creator is a tool that you can create your own game. It could be exported to Facebook, or used as a Windows Live Gadget.

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Microsoft Expression Web

Microsoft Expression Web is an HTML editor and general web design software product by Microsoft. It is available free of charge from Microsoft and is a component of the discontinued Expression Studio. Web Expression can design and develop web pages using HTML5, CSS 3, ASP.NET, PHP, JavaScript, XML + XSLT and XHTML. Expression Web 4 requires the .NET Framework 4.0 and Silverlight 4.0 to install and run. Expression Web uses its own standard-based rendering engine which is different from the Internet Explorer’s Trident engine.

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Mediator (software)

Mediator is a multimedia authoring tool for Windows, distributed by MatchWare, first released in 1993. Mediator has been registered and approved by Electronic Learning Credits (eLCs) in the United Kingdom, as part of the Curriculum Online program It is also part of a DiDA software suite, along with MatchWare’s other programs, OpenMind and ScreenCorder.

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MAMP

MAMP is a solution stack composed of free and open-source and commercial software used on Mac OS computers.

MAMP is an acronym of macOS, the operating system; Apache, the web server; MySQL, the database management system; and PHP, Perl, or Python, all languages ​​used for web development. Any open source Web platform made of these software programs and built upon macOS is a MAMP. MAMP is based on a similar software bundle for Linux called LAMP. Various “AMP” packages exist for many different operating systems. Apache was integrated into Mac OS X, MAMP has become popular because of its ubiquity of its components, and is better than PHP and is MySQL-ready. When used in combination it supports application servers. MAMP may also be used as a tool for local development environment.

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M-Power

m-Power is software that builds an interface over legacy business applications and databases. m-Power uses a point-and-click interface to create enterprise web applications. CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. Applications created by m-Power on Java or platform that supports Java. m-Power is one of several data visualization packages such as this Spotfire and Tableau.

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LYME (software bundle)

LYME and LYCE are software stacks composed entirely of free and open-source software to build high-availability and heavy duty dynamic web pages. The stacks are composed of:

Both databases Mnesia and CouchDB as well as Yaws (and also Mochiweb, Misultin, and Cowboy) are written in Erlang, so web applications developed for LYME / LYCE can be run entirely in one Erlang virtual machine. This is in contrast to LAMP where the web server (Apache) and the application (written in PHP, Perl or Python) might be in the same process, but the database is always a separate process. As a result of Erlang, LYME and LYCE The query and data manipulation language of Mnesia is also Erlang (rather than SQL), so a web-application for LYME is developed using only a single programming language. Interest in LYME as a stack had begun by August 2005, as was soon cited as a high-performance web application platform Favorable comparisons to other popular stacks such as Ruby on Rails were soon forthcoming. Comparisons to LAMP have also been favored, though some have highlighted the difficulties of porting “SQL thinking” to the very different context of Mnesia.

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Lifeyo

LIFEYO is a website hosting company founded in Newport Beach, CA. Lifeyo allows users to make websites without using HTML or managing a hosting account. Lifeyo competes with other website builders such as Yola, Jimdo, Webs, Weebly, and Wix.

Lifeyo offers templates that allow users to get started building their website quickly. Users can choose from different types of business (business, personal, portfolio, and blogging) that provide a starting point with a placeholder content. The WYSIWYG website builder allows users to customize website pages in a visual manner that does not require any HTML coding expertise. Users of Lifeyo can build websites using the blogging interface and photo gallery features. A feature that was unique to Lifeyo is the ability to collaborate with multiple editors. The website is created by users. For a fee the company offers an upgrade to a domain name.

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LAMP (software bundle)

LAMP is an archetypal model of web service stacks, named as an acronym of the names of its original open-source components: the Linux operating system, the Apache HTTP Server, the MySQL relational database management system (RDBMS), and the PHP programming language. The LAMP components are largely interchangeable and not limited to the original selection. As a solution stack, LAMP is suitable for building dynamic web sites and web applications. Since its creation, the LAMP model has been adapted to other componentry. For example, an equivalent installation on the Microsoft Windows operating system is known as WAMP and an equivalent installation on macOS is known as MAMP.

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JWt (Java web toolkit)

JWt (pronounced “jay-witty”) is an open source widget-centric web application framework for the Java programming language developed by Emweb. It has an API that uses established GUI application development patterns. The programming model is component-based and event-driven, similar to Swing. The goal of the library is to benefit from the state of the model used in desktop applications APIs, applied to web development, instead of the traditional model-view-controller (MVC) model. Rather than using MVC on the page, MVC is pushed to the level of individual components. While the library uses a desktop application development model, it does support web-specific features including semantic URLs, browser browsing history, internationalization, themes and styling, … A unique feature of the library is its abstraction layer of the browser rendering model. The library uses Ajax for communicating with Ajax-capable browsers, while using plain HTML form post-backs for other user agents (for accessibility and search engines). Using a progressive bootstrap method, the user interface is a simple HTML, and for Ajax-capable browsers, it is automatically upgraded to use Ajax for enhanced interactivity. In this way, it is the only server-side framework that implements progressive enhancement automatically, and the only Ajax framework with search engine optimization (SEO) qualities. JWt is distributed as a jar file. Read More…

Joomla

Joomla! is a free-and-open source content management system (CMS) for publishing web content, developed by Open Source Matters, Inc. It is built on a model-view-controller web application framework that can be used independently of the CMS. Joomla! is written in PHP, uses object-oriented programming (OOP) techniques (since version 1.5) and software design patterns, stores data in a MySQL, MS SQL (since version 2.5), or PostgreSQL (since version 3.0) database, and includes features such as page caching, RSS feeds, printable versions of pages, flash news, blogs, search, and support for language internationalization. , Joomla! has been downloaded over 93 million times. Over 8,000 free and commercial extensions are available from the official Joomla! Directory Extensions, and more are available from other sources.

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JavaPoly

JavaPoly is a library that polyfills native JVM support within any modern web browser. This allows websites to import Java libraries, and call them directly from Javascript, even if the user does not have Java installed on their computer. Unlike GWT and TeaVM, which attempts to compile a Java subset of JavaScript, JavaPoly actually executes Java bytecode instructions. This means that JavaPoly can run almost any Java library, including libraries that use threads, shared memory, locking primitives, and 64-bit integers. JavaPoly is designed to optimize performance by taking advantage of native JVMs when available. When running in Node.js, JavaPoly will always use a native JVM and thus use native capabilities as multi-core support (which is otherwise unavailable to Javascript applications). Similarly, JavaPoly will take advantage of native Java support within a web browser, if such support is available. If no suitable alternatives are detected, JavaPoly will call into a Doppio VM, which provides execution support on legacy browsers.

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JackBe

JackBe Corporation was a privately held vendor of enterprise mashup software for real-time intelligence applications. JackBe’s flagship product is an enterprise mashup platform called Presto, which is used for business mashups, business management dashboards, and real-time intelligence applications.

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iWeb

The first version of iWeb was announced at the Macworld Conference & Expo on January 10, 2006 as part of the iLife ’06 suite of digital lifestyle applications. iWeb ’11 was released on October 20, 2010 as part of the iLife ’11 suite, though it was not updated from the previous release (version 3.0.2). iWeb allowed users to create websites and blogs with their own text, photos, and movies. Users could then publish their websites to MobileMe or another hosting service via Transfer Protocol. In addition to its ability to publish to MobileMe, iWeb integrated with other services, including Facebook, YouTube, AdSense and Google Maps. Apple’s ceased development of iWeb in 2011.

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IM Creator

IM Creator, or IM, is a software and hosting company headquartered in New York City with an office in Tel Aviv, Israel. IM Creator was founded by CEO Jonathan Saragossi in 2011. IM Creator’s tools allow users and businesses to create and maintain HTML5 websites, blogs and online stores without writing code. All services are bundled and hosted by IM is mandatory.

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Hammerkit

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Hammerkit was a piece of software developed by Jani Vähäsöyrinki, Heikki Luhtala, and Ari Tenhunen between 2002 and 2006. This team was joined by Robin Lindroos and these four became the core of the development team. A detailed history of the founding and early years of the Hammerkit platform and the actors involved by Ari Tenhunen. The initial ideas started as a spin-off of Njet Commununications’ Anvil project to develop Java to make Java development faster and easier. The team of Vähäsöyrinki, Luhtala and Tenhunen could see that the Composer application in Anvil was still too complex for web designers to use and set up a new toolset that became Hammerkit. It was the first truly component-based web application builder available on the web. From 2002-2006 the new versions were released up to v3.5. A final release of Hammerkit v3.x was published in 2007. The team thing the name Hammerkit simply because of the simplicity of a hammer, and because of its association with the project Anvil name. Read More…

Google Web Toolkit

Google Web Toolkit (GWT), or GWT Web Toolkit, is an open source set of tools that allows web developers to create and maintain complex JavaScript front-end applications in Java. Other than a few native libraries, everything is GWT Ant build files. It is licensed under the Apache License version 2.0. GWT emphasizes reusable approaches to common web development tasks, namely asynchronous remote procedure calls, history management, bookmarking, UI abstraction, internationalization, and cross-browser portability.

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Google Web Designer

Google Web Designer is a program for Windows, Mac and Linux from Google for creating interactive HTML5 ads and other HTML5 content. It offers a GUI with common design tools, such as a Text tool that integrates with Google Web Fonts, a Tool Shapes, a Pen Tool, and 3D tools. The advertising feature set includes Google Maps, YouTube, and DoubleClick and AdMob.

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Google Closure Tools

Google Closure Tools is a set of tools to help developers build rich web applications with JavaScript. It was developed by Google for use in their web applications such as Gmail, Google Docs and Google Maps.

The Closure Compiler is a tool for making. JavaScript does not compile JavaScript, but rather compiles JavaScript. It parses JavaScript, analyzes it, removes dead code and rewrites and minifies what’s left. It also checks syntax, variable references, and types, and warns about common JavaScript pitfalls. It supports some ECMAScript 6 code to ECMAScript 3, so it can not be used. The Closure source code can be compiled in three ways:

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Fusebox (programming)

Fusebox is a web application framework for CFML and PHP. Originally released in 1997, the current version, 5.5.1, was released in March 2008. In January 2012 the rights to Fusebox were transferred from TeraTech to a team of five developers, who removed the rights and placed the framework in the hands of the community. Fusebox is intended to be easy to learn and provides benefits by helping developers structure their code through a set of simple conventions. Fusebox also allows advanced developers to build large applications, leveraging design patterns and object-oriented technical programming if they wish.

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Freeway (software)

Freeway (originally Uniqorn) is a WYSIWYG web design application for Mac OS X (older versions also run under Mac OS 9), developed by the English company Softpress Systems. On July 4, 2016, Softpress announced the end of development on Freeway and other software products via a post on the homepage stating, “The end of Softpress Systems Ltd. has come true. and new product development, are insufficient to sustain the company as a viable entity going forward. ” Freeway is based on a pre-Mac OS X print publishing application called Uniqorn, also developed by Softpress, but discontinued when Apple penned its support for QuickDraw GX in Mac OS 8. to deal with any code, using desktop publishing similar applications like QuarkXPress or Adobe InDesign. Advanced procedures (like connecting to a MySQL database using a PHP scripting language) are done through plug-ins called “Actions”. Several Actions can be downloaded for free, but there are also 3rd Party Actions, like the “Auction Seller Suite” from FreewayActions.com, which allows the creation of Ebay-friendly HTML within the Freeway design interface. Many useful Actions are bundled with Freeway, the latest set of Softpress is a suite of actions that allows the user to create a shopping cart through the popular e-commerce system. Unlike most other WYSIWYG web design applications, Freeway produces HTML code and Cascading Style Sheets, making it usable in situations where valid HTML code is obligatory. For example, valid code is required by law on the majority of federal and state institutions’ web sites in Germany. Versions of Freeway from Internet Explorer 6 on Windows.

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FirstPage

FirstPage is a family of HTML editor by EVRSOFT, running on Microsoft Windows. The features include HTML editing, formatting and validation with syntax highlighting, WYSIWYG support, JavaScript code snippets, DOM tree browser, and various wizards. There are more functions-rich free versions and commercial extensions, which mostly bring bigger libraries of templates and code snippets. Because versions of FirstPage are available at the same time, they are often highly recommended.

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Fiddler (software)

Fiddler is an HTTP debugging proxy server application written by Eric Lawrence, formerly a Program Manager on the Internet Explorer development team at Microsoft.

Fiddler captures HTTP and HTTPS traffic and logs it for the user to review (the latter by implementing a man-in-the-middle interception using self-signed certificates).

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EZGenerator

EZGenerator is a web design program created by Image-Line. The program is intended to be accessible to users with no experience in HTML or CSS, and displays results in a WYSIWYG manner. EZGenerator is available for Windows operating systems. As of February 21, 2017, EZGenerator is no longer being developed, nor is it available to download unless done by an existing customer through their personal licenses page.

EZGenerator was first developed for Image-Line software for the company to maintain and set up their own websites, such as FL Studio and SampleFusion.com. The company eventually commercialized the program. On its release, EZGenerator was awarded 5/5 stars at Tucows As of June 2011, it was ranked # 12 for web site tool downloads on CNET. There have been four major updates as of 2017. There was a one-time purchase of the program, with no monthly fees. There was a yearly maintenance fee in order to continue downloading templates, etc. The free trial version contained an extra footer and a watermark on output. Development was officially canceled on February 21, 2017.

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Exhibit (web editing tool)

Exhibit (part of the SIMILE Project) is a lightweight, structured-data publishing framework that allows developers to create web pages with support for sorting, filtering and rich visualizations. Oriented towards semantic web-type problems, Exhibit can be implemented by writing HTML and JavaScript code.

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Enterprise Mashup Markup Language

EMML, or Enterprise Mashup Markup Language, is an XML markup for creating enterprise mashups, which are software applications that are often used in the production of data. Mashups are presented in graphical user interfaces as mashlets, widgets, or gadgets. EMML can also be considered a declarative mashup domain-specific language (DSL). A mashup DSL eliminates the need for complex, time-consuming, and repeatable procedural programming logic to create enterprise mashups. EMML also provides a declarative language for creating visual tools for enterprise mashups. The primary benefits of EMML are mashup design portability and interoperability of mashup solutions. These benefits are expected to accelerate the adoption of enterprise mashups by creating transferable skills for software developers and reducing vendor lock-in. The introduction of EMML is expected to help accelerate the trend towards the integration of Web-based applications and service-oriented architecture (SOA) technologies. Bank of America was a high-profile early supporter of EMML. Other prominent early supporters included Hewlett-Packard, Capgemini, Adobe Systems, and Intel.

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EMML (Motorola)

Enterprise Mobility Mark-up Language (EMML) is an extension of the HTML language. It is less than a standard set of functions and tags, but it is more a standard for providing developers of web-based mobility applications.

EMML was first devised by James Morley-Smith in 2001, when working as a Software Developer at Symbol Technologies (now a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola, Inc.). As part of the first version of Symbol’s PocketBrowser, EMML was originally a mechanism for providing access to the barcode scanner built into many of Symbol’s enterprise mobility devices. WLAN signal indicators, power statistics, and access to the communications. EMML 1.0 is Naurtech, Intermec, Wavelink, and Georgia Softworks

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EAServer

EAServer is an application server developed by the Sybase company. It includes an integrated set of tools used to create and run web applications with support for high levels of traffic, dynamic content and intensive processing of online transactions. EAServer provides the necessary infrastructure to run distributed applications based on components, residing in the middle layer of a multi-layer architecture, between the client application and the remote database. EAServer enables the efficient management of client sessions, security, threads, connections to the database and flow of transactions, without requiring specialized knowledge on the part of the developer. The most recent versions of EAServer are 5.5 and 6.1.

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Drupal

Drupal is a free and open source content-management framework written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. Drupal provides a back-end framework for at least 2.3% of all sites worldwide – ranging from personal blogs to corporate, political, and government sites. Systems also uses Drupal for knowledge management and for business collaboration. , the Drupal community is made up of 1.3 million members, including 109,800 users and 39,500 free modules. Drupal functionality, over 2,570 free themes that change the look and feel of Drupal, and at least 1,200 free distributions that allow users to quickly and easily set up a complex, use-specific Drupal in less steps. The standard release of Drupal, known as Drupal core, contains basic features common to content-management systems. These include user account registration and maintenance, menu management, RSS feeds, taxonomy, page layout customization, and system administration. The Drupal core installation can serve as a simple Web site, a single-or multi-user blog, an Internet forum, or a web site providing for user-generated content. Drupal also describes itself as a Web application framework. When compared with notable frameworks Drupal meets the requirements of such web frameworks. Although Drupal offers a sophisticated API for developers, it does not require programming skills.

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Diazo (software)

Diazo, previously named xdv, is a general-purpose, open source website theming tool. It is written in Python and generals XSLT. Diazo creates a separation between themes (static HTML) and transformation rules (Diazo’s own domain specific language based in XML), allowing web designers to work on templates in plain HTML, without knowledge of XSLT or special template-related codes. Diazo creates a website with the help of a user-defined rules. The rules file (conventionally named) has directives which, for example, can replace the contents of an HTML node with the content of the content.

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Cylex

Cylex is a group of international companies with business activities in more than 35 countries. Founded in 1997, it has offices in Oberhausen, Germany, and Romania (Oradea, Palota). The company’s CEO is Francisc Osvald. Cylex offers a wide range of services in terms of online business solutions. Its main products are local search engines, a website builders and a job portal.

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Cooliris (plugin)

Cooliris (for Desktop), formerly known as PicLens, is a browser developed by Cooliris, Inc., and later acquired by Yahoo. The plugin provides an interactive 3D-like experience for viewing digital images and videos from the web and from desktop applications. The software places a small icon atop thumbnails image that appear on a webpage. Clicking on the icon loads the Cooliris 3D Wall, a browsing environment that gives the user the effect of a three-dimensional space. New York Times, Cooliris as the “new immersive approach to Web browsing”. Cooliris went out to win the 2008 Crunchies Award for Best Design. The plugin has received over 50 million downloads. As of May 2014 browser plugins are unavailable from the official website.

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Adobe ColdFusion

Adobe ColdFusion is a commercial rapid web application development platform created by JJ Allaire in 1995. ColdFusion ColdFusion was originally designed to make it easier. connect simple HTML pages to a database. By version 2 (1996), it became a full platform that included an IDE in addition to a full scripting language.

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Colayer

Colayer GmbH is a software product company, headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, founded in 2000 by Markus Hegi, the current CEO. Colayer GmbH also has a subsidiary, Colayer Web Conversations Private Limited located in Pune, India. Colayer offers a context-driven platform to build interactive social Web 2.0 environments and virtual workplaces for enterprises.

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CoffeeCup HTML Editor

CoffeeCup HTML Editor is an HTML editor. Originally created by Nicholas Longo and Kevin Jurica, it was first released in August 1996. Until version 12.5 released in 2012, it was capable of WYSIWYG editing. According to the authors the editor was the first to support Javascript (version 3.5 Sep. 1996), split-screen editing (version 4.0, March 1997) and built-in Transfer Protocol upload (version 5.2, February 1998). It was voted Best Windows HTML Editor in the About.com Readers’ Choice Awards two years in a row in 2011 and 2012.

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CodeCharge Studio

CodeCharge Studio is a rapid application development (RAD) and integrated development environment (IDE) for creating database-driven web applications. It is a code generator and templating engine that separates the presentation layer from the coding layer, with the aim of allowing designers and programmers to work cohesively in a web application (the model-view-controller design pattern). CodeCharge is the first product released by Yes Software, after two years of development.

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Charles Proxy

Charles Web Debugging Proxy is a cross-platform HTTP debugging proxy server application written in Java. Charles Proxy enables the user to view HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP and TCP port traffic from, to, or through the local computer. This includes requests and responses that include HTTP headers and metadata (eg, cookies, caching, and encoding information).

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Capybara (software)

Capybara is a web-based test automation software that simulates scenarios for user stories and automata web application testing for behavior-driven software development. It is a part of the Cucumber testing framework written in the Ruby programming language that simulates various aspects of a web browser from the perspective of a real user. Pretending to be a user, it can interact with the application to receive pages, parse the HTML and submit the forms.

In the course of the software development process especially in the Agile and Test-driven Development environments, the size of the tests increases, it becomes difficult to manage tests which are complex and not modular. By extending the human-readable behavior-driven development style of frameworks such as Cucumber and RSpec into the automation code itself, Capybara aims to develop simple web-based automated tests.

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Burp suite

Burp or Burp Suite is a graphical tool for testing Web application security. The tool is written in Java and developed by PortSwigger Security. The tool has two versions: a free version and a full version that can be purchased after a trial period (Professional Edition). The free version has significantly reduced functionality. It has been developed to provide a comprehensive solution for web application security checks. In addition to basic functionality, such as proxy server, scanner and intruder, the tool also contains more advanced options such as a spider, a repeater, a decoder, a comparison, an extender and a sequencer. The company behind Burp suite has also developed a mobile application containing similar tools compatible with iOS 8 and above.

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Brackets (text editor)

Brackets is an open-source editor written in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript with a primary focus on web development. It was created by Adobe Systems, licensed under the MIT License, and is currently maintained on GitHub by Adobe and other open-sourced developers. Brackets is available for cross-platform download on Mac, Windows, and is compatible with most linux distros. The main purpose of brackets is it’s live html, css and js editing functionality. On November 4, 2014, Adobe announced the first (1.0) release of Brackets. The update introduced new features such as custom shortcut key combinations and more accurate JavaScript hinting. Brackets has a major focus on JavaScript, CSS and HTML. With release of version 1.0 Adobe has a feature that extracts design information from a PSD file for convenience of coding in CSS. As of June 28, 2016, the feature is officially discontinued, due to “low usage”. However, Extract is still available via Photoshop and Dreamweaver, both of which are part of their paid service, Adobe Creative Cloud. The latest version release of Brackets is 1.12.

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Bluefish (software)

Bluefish is a free advanced text editor with a variety of tools for programming in general and the development of dynamic websites. Bluefish supports in HTML, XHTML, CSS, XML, PHP, C, C ++, JavaScript, Java, Go, Vala, Ada, D, SQL, Perl, ColdFusion, JSP, Python, Ruby and shell. Bluefish is available for many platforms, including Linux, Solaris, OS X, and Windows. Bluefish can be used via GNOME integration or as a standalone application. Bluefish fills the niche market between the plain text editors and the full IDE: Bluefish is relatively lightweight and easy to learn, while still providing many features of an integrated development environment to support both programming and the development of websites. Bluefish has been translated into 17 languages.

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Zope

Zope is a family of free and open source web application servers written in Python, and their associated online community. Zope stands for “The Object Publishing Environment”, and was the first method for the web application. Zope has been recognized as a Python killer app, an app that helped put Python in the spotlight. Over the last few years, the Zope community has several additional web frameworks with disparate aims and principles, but sharing philosophy, people, and source code. Zope 2 is one of the most widespread of these frameworks, which runs on Zope 2. BlueBream (formerly Zope 3) is one of several broad-based sites, including Launchpad. Grok was started as a more program-friendly framework, ”

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BEdita

BEdita is an open source web development framework that features a Content Management System (CMS) out-of-the-box. Current version is 3.1.5, released on 5 March 2012 under Affero General Public License version 3. A preview and “unstable” version is also available: 3.2.beta populus, released on 5 March 2012 under the same GPL license. BEdita is built upon the PHP development framework CakePHP.

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Base One Foundation Component Library

The Base One Foundation Component Library (BFC) is a rapid application development toolkit for secure building, fault-tolerant, database applications on Windows and ASP.NET. In conjunction with Microsoft’s Visual Studio, BFC provides a general-purpose web application framework for working with databases from Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, Sybase, and MySQL, running under Windows or Unix / Linux. BFC also includes facilities for distributed computing, batch processing, queuing, and database command scripting.

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BAPP

The acronyms BAPP (or BAPP) and BAMP (or BAMP) refer to a set of open-source software programs commonly used together to run dynamic web sites or servers. This set is a solution stack, and an open source web platform. BAPP refers to:

As an operating system, FreeBSD (a downward-looking BSD) is generally considered to be reliable and robust, and the operations of the operating system are remotely, FreeBSD (and other BSD descendants) are the most commonly used 50 web servers with the longest uptime, making it a top choice among ISPs and hosting providers. A long uptime also indicates that no kernel has been deemed necessary, as it needs to be rebooted and resets the uptime counter of the system.

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Auto-Play

Self-Play is a feature used by some websites containing a video or audio element or video of an audio element. the webpage.

We have website-by-website basis, auto-play may or may not be configurable. Using technology such as cookies, some websites allow a user to select a volume for sound on one page, and may remember that choice (when changed by the user) when reloading content or loading new content. This feature is not dependent on the auto-play or lack of auto-play nature of the media element or website, as it can be applied to non-auto-play elements as well. Elements with auto-play can be used to set the sound level and the level of the sound level. Some websites may use hooks to allow on media element, ounce finished, to trigger the auto-play of another elements. This feature may or may not involve a new page load. This feature is self-executing or self-triggering.

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The Audience Engine

The Audience Engine is an open-source, customizable suite of fundraising tools for public radio being developed by the Congera Corporation, a subsidiary of WFMU Radio. It was conceived by Ken Freedman, WFMU general manager, and Liz Berg, the assistant general manager. The WFMU platform is based on its successful model of fundraising and listener-community relations. WFMU raises 70% of its annual $ 2.5 million operating budget through its website using crowdfunding technology. The developers explain that “by pairing online content, real-time playlist information, social media, and community interaction tools directly with crowdfunding campaigns, WFMU has not only built a positive and intelligent online community, but also a sustainable model that can be adopted by other organizations, “Hearing Engine, The Audience of Audience Engine.” The goal is to “enable organizations … to build audiences and become self sufficient.” Andrew Flanagan, of Billboard, wrote, “The underlying philosophy of Audience Engine’s development is the same that’s kept WFMU going: experimentation and independence. “Freedman says that Audience Engine can” address the problems of legacy media dealing with new media platforms. It’s much more difficult for the institutions to make that transition. “A large part of Audience Engine’s appeal is its fundraising capabilities.” Audience Engine comes with a set of tools that integrates crowdfunding-inspired donation tools throughout a publisher’s site, with on and off-site widgets for donations and more “noted Flanagan” Freedman observed that “Kickstarter did a great job of borrowing or stealing the concept of the pledge drive, and vastly improved it as well. Public media has not borrowed it back yet! That’s what we’re trying to do. “Although it is primarily aimed at smaller and mid-sized stations, WBUR and WNYC are exploring the platform’s possibilities.

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Artisteer

Artist is a WYSIWYG website theme creation tool developed by Extensoft. Automated Artist Creating Web Templates, including a “Suggest Design” button, which randomly generates Web design and displays the design preview. The user can then adjust the design using a variety of options, and export the design as a Web template in XHTML and CSS format, or a WordPress theme. Artisteer is available for the Windows operating system. A beta version of Artist for Mac OS 10.5 is making slow progress and can be downloaded. The first version of Artisteer was released in September 2008. Artisteer version 3.0 was released on June 2011. The current version is Artister 4.1 for Windows and 3.1 Beta for Macintosh.

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iAd Producer

iAd Producer was introduced by Apple Inc. in 2010 as a new authoring tool for designing and developing iAd using HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript standards for distribution through its iOS network. iAd Producer was discontinued in 2016. iAd Producer offers a single-window interface for viewing and editing layouts and settings of iAd rich media ad projects. It gives each access to project templates with pre-built structure including banners, splash pages, and menus. An extensive library of pre-built interactive elements – carousels, galleries, maps, videos and more – which are available for use by simple drag and drop. Sophisticated object animation tools are available to use the GUI using a timeline that is very easy to manage as well as show events on the timeline and not the dead time in between them. The app also doubles as an IDE, by providing advanced JavaScript code editing and debugging with full syntax highlighting and code completion. One can even write their own plugin to provide additional functionality for use in their projects. For testing purposes, iAd Producer leverages Mac OS X, Safari, the iOS simulator and hardware iOS devices.

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Adobe Edge Animate

Adobe Edge Animate, formerly known as simply Adobe Edge, is a web development tool developed by Adobe Systems that uses HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3 functionality. It is now part of the Adobe Edge suite, and is available as a free 30-day trial download from Adobe Creative Cloud. As of November 2015, Edge Animate is no longer being actively developed. Subsequently, all download links are redirected to Adobe Animate (formerly Adobe Flash Professional).

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Adobe Edge

Adobe Edge is a suite of web development tools developed by Adobe Systems that enhances the capabilities of its other applications, such as Dreamweaver. The first application in the suite was released in August 2011 as a multimedia authoring tool designed to succeed the Flash platform. In September 2012, Adobe renamed the Edge Animate application, and announced Edge Reflow, Edge Code, and Edge Inspect. Also packaged with the following are Web Fonts Edge, the PhoneGap app, and access to Adobe’s Typekit service. As of November 2015, Edge Reflow, Edge Inspect, and Edge Animate are no longer being actively developed.

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Adobe Dreamweaver

Adobe Dreamweaver is a proprietary web development tool from Adobe Systems. It was created by Macromedia in 1997 and developed by them. Adobe Dreamweaver is available for MacOS and for Windows. Following the release of the Macromedia product suite, releases of Dreamweaver later than 8.0 have been more compliant with W3C standards. ASP,,,, ((((((((ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP ASP, ASP JavaScript, VBScript ASP, ASP.NET C #, VB ASP.NET, ColdFusion, Scriptlet, and PHP.

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Adobe ColdFusion Builder

Adobe ColdFusion Builder is the name for Adobe’s Eclipse-based IDE that can be used to build applications for ColdFusion. The product’s original codename, “Bolt”, is a reference to the original lightning icon for ColdFusion from the Allaire days. In 2010, Adobe released the product and officially renamed it Adobe ColdFusion Builder, often referred to as CFBuilder.

ColdFusion Builder became available on March 22, 2010 along with Flash Builder 4. Features include:

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Adobe BrowserLab

Adobe BrowserLab was a service that enabled cross-browser testing by websites of different web browsers (Windows and OS X are currently supported). Screenshots could be compared side-by-side or overlaid on one another, with cross-browser differences. The service could access dynamic pages across the web, or local content via Firebug or Adobe Dreamweaver CS5. The BrowserLab for Firebug extension allowed Firebug users to preview their page (live URL, or local edited source) in BrowserLab. This workflow allows using BrowserLab with site content that is behind a firewall or not yet published publicly on the Internet. BrowserLab was updated frequently during its lifespan, with regular posts on the Adobe BrowserLab Team Blog.

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Adobe Atmosphere

Adobe Atmosphere (informally abbreviated Atmo) was a software platform for interacting with 3D computer graphics. 3D models created with the commercial program could be explored socially using a browser plugin. Atmosphere was originally developed by Attitude Software as 3D Anarchy and was later bought by Adobe Systems. The product spent the majority of its lifetime in beta testing. Adobe released the latest version of Atmosphere, version 1.0 build 216, in February 2004, then discontinued the software in December that year.

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Adobe Animate

Adobe Animate (formerly Adobe Flash Professional, Macromedia Flash, and FutureSplash Animator) is a multimedia authoring and computer animation program developed by Adobe Systems. Animate can be used to design vector graphics and animation, and publish the same for television programs, online video, websites, web applications, rich internet applications, and video games. The program also offers support for raster graphics, rich text, audio and video embedding, and ActionScript scripting. Animations may be published for HTML5, WebGL, Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) animation and spritesheets, and Flash Player legacy (SWF) and Adobe AIR formats. It was first released in 1996 as FutureSplash Animator, and then renamed Macromedia Flash upon its acquisition by Macromedia. Adobe Flash Platform, vector-based software for creating animated and interactive content. It was renamed Adobe Animate in 2016 to better reflect its market position, since it has been created in Animate uses HTML5.

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