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Presentations : Portofino - A Java Web Application Framework
on 2013/11/20 11:22:57 (1164 reads)

Portofino is an open source web application framework written in Java. Its main purpose is to create a complete web application by connecting to an existing database. You use a web wizard, set the database connection, specify a few other options and the framework creates a basic application structure with CRUD pages on the tables. You, as a developer, will avoid wasting time to create pages for the common data access pages (e.g. search, creation and editing pages). But you can also create new tables, and, on the Portofino side, you just need to define a query to have new pages built.


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Presentations : TerraER - Entity-Relationship Modeling Tool
on 2013/11/4 7:42:30 (918 reads)

TerraER is a free open-source learning tool designed to aid students in the creation of entity-relationship models. Our main goal is to provide students with a tool that reflects exactly the data modeling concepts learned in the classroom.


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Presentations : CodernityDB - a Fast Pure Python NoSQL Database
on 2013/10/22 13:40:00 (856 reads)

CodernityDB is an open source, pure Python without 3rd party dependency, fast, multi platform, schema-less, NoSQL database.You can also call it a more advanced key-value database, with multiple key-values indexes (not an index that you probably know from SQL databases) in the same engine (for sure it's not "simple key/value store"). What do we mean by advanced key-value database? Imagine several "standard" key-value databases inside one database. You can also call it a database with one primary index and several secondary indexes. Having this layout and having programmable database behavior gives quite a lot of possibilities.


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Presentations : Karma - a Javascript Test Runner
on 2013/10/3 3:18:19 (855 reads)

Karma is a test runner for JavaScript that runs on Node.js. It is very well suited to testing AngularJS or any other JavaScript projects. Using Karma to run tests using one of many popular JavaScript testing suites (Jasmine, Mocha, QUnit, etc.) and have those tests executed not only in the browsers of your choice, but also on the platform of your choice (desktop, phone, tablet.) Karma is highly configurable, integrates with popular continuous integration packages (Jenkins, Travis, and Semaphore) and has excellent plugin support.


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Presentations : Git-TFS - Work with your Team (Foundation Server) with Git
on 2013/8/20 22:58:32 (839 reads)

Git-tfs is an open source two-way bridge between Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) and git, similar to git-svn. It fetches TFS commits into a git repository and lets you push your updates back to TFS. git-tfs is a client-side command-line tool, inspired by git-svn. git-tfs provides a two-way bridge between a local Git repository and a TFS server. git-tfs allows you to do your local development in a Git repository, and still synchronize your work with a TFS server.


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Presentations : LibrePlan Open Source Project Management
on 2013/5/27 9:32:30 (1100 reads)

LibrePlan is an open source web application for project management that allows project planning, monitoring and control. It allows planning the organization in a collaborative way and has a multiproject scope, which means that the allocated resources are shared among projects.


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Presentations : Behat: The BDD library for PHP
on 2013/5/14 8:40:55 (1264 reads)

Behat is an open source Behavior Driven Development (BDD) framework for PHP inspired by the Ruby Cucumber BDD framework. With Behat we define "Features". Each feature has its file with the extension ".feature". Features are different points that our program must fulfill. In each feature file we define different Scenarios.


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Presentations : JavaScript Code Coverage Analysis with Saga
on 2013/4/4 7:40:44 (1344 reads)

Saga is an open-source tool designed for JavaScript code coverage analysis. Written in Java, it aims at enabling easy and straightforward integration with various build cycles, providing support for different build tools, such as Maven and Gradle, and a command-line implementation mostly as a fallback solution when neither Maven nor Gradle are a good fit for your Continuous Integration environment.


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Presentations : RoboSpock - Behavior Driven Development (BDD) for Android
on 2013/3/28 7:06:46 (1381 reads)

RoboSpock is a test framework for Android that provides an easy way of writing Behavior Driven Development (BDD) specifications with Groovy language and supports the Google Guice library. It combines two main solutions in the area: Robolectric and Spock framework.


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Presentations : NoSQLUnit - Unit Testing for Java NoSQL Applications
on 2013/1/28 10:29:39 (1268 reads)

NoSQLUnit is an open source JUnit extension for writing tests of Java applications that use NoSQL databases. The goal of NoSQLUnit is to manage the lifecycle of NoSQL engines. It helps you to maintain the databases under test into known state and standardize the way we write tests for NoSQL applications. Current version supports the following engines: MongoDB, Cassandra, HBase, Redis and Neo4j.


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