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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