Developers Heaven - The application is for helping developers working on different platforms at the same time. They can add categories and set a default key to search with. E.g. If the user is currently developing an app using Bing, then he can set 'Bing development' as the key to attach. If he is often searching for pushpins he can add 'pushpins' to category
PEAR is a framework and distribution system for reusable PHP components and is short for "PHP Extension and Application Repository". It is pronounced just like the fruit.
The code in PEAR is partitioned in "packages"
oerr - Oracle Error Code Lookup - Ever wanted to use the oerr tool elsewhere than just your Unix command prompt? Enter oerr for the browser!
Just enter the 5-digit error code (or other keywords), and this simple yet handy Firefox add-on will search Oracle's 11g online docs for you
Python Programming Specific Search plugin - Search the internet for results relevant to python programming. Because of the way this search works, you may get more results with more specific search terms. The term Python will automatically be included in your query
If you develop a program on eMbedded Visual C++ , Visual Basic , Visual Studio 2003/2005 .Net Compact Framework it is possible for you to include into your program a printing opportunity using PrintCE SDK
Youtomo - Mobile Web Builder - free service for creating mobile websites that work well and look good on all mobile phones.
This service is primarily designed for small and medium size enterprises wanting to promote their products and services and to interact with their customers on the mobile platform
MiniME is a light weight J2ME library that lets you build games and advanced UI.
· a resource manager to easily import and use Image and Text.
· event manager to ease communication between view and different component of the library.
· a set a predefined UI component, such as Label, EditField, RadioButton group, CheckBox group, to build UI
Cibyl is a programming environment and binary translator that allows compiled C programs to execute on J2ME-capable phones. Cibyl uses GCC to compile the C programs to MIPS binaries, and these are then recompiled into Java bytecode. Cibyl programs are regular compiled Java programs, and Cibyl therefore performs relatively well