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sidelight

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  Analyzed about 2 years ago

The Sidelight ProjectA lot of graphics websites are platform agnostic, teaching a lot of useful principles, but requiring the learner to figure out the platform specific details on their own. In an attempt to fill in the gaps, Sidelight is dedicated to making graphics programming simpler and more ... [More] enjoyable for Mac developers. TutorialsOpenGL Tutorials – An indispensable book for learning OpenGL is the OpenGL Programming Guide by Shreiner, Woo, Neider, and Davis. It is effective as both a learning guide and an API references, though there are other resources for the latter. Sidelight provides as series of tutorials based on the topics covered in this book. Mac OS X Tutorials - These tutorials go into depth on solving a specific problem in Mac OS X development. FrameworksFrameworks on Mac OS X are collections of executable code (in the form of dynamic libraries) and related header files and resources. System frameworks such as Cocoa.framework and OpenGL.framwork are located in /Library/Frameworks/ or /System/Library/Frameworks. Third party frameworks are typically included in the application bundle (e.g. in MyApplication.app/Contents/Frameworks). Hence, the frameworks are installed and uninstalled with the application bundle, without polluting the system frameworks directories. Here are the Sidelight frameworks, and links to their respective pages: Geometry Framework – A framework for reusable geometric primitives. Physics Framework - Unimplemented (coming soon!) [Less]

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ReadAir

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

ReadAir is an OSX Themed Desktop Client for Mac or Windows. Built with Adobe Air. It has full synchronization with Google Reader account.

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google-visualization-python

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This project is a helper python library for providers who want to implement a data source for visualizations built on the Google Visualization API. Documentation - See the API documentation for details about how to use this library. Installation - See the README file for installation ... [More] instructions. Samples - You can see sample code illustrating how to use the library here. A running version of the static sample is here, and a running version of the dynamic version is here. (Please note that the dynamic example is not a full html page example but rather is an actual data source url that you can plug into a google.visualization.Query object (or a Google Visualization Gadget). See documentation at: http://code.google.com/apis/visualization/documentation/queries.html and http://code.google.com/apis/visualization/documentation/usinggadgets.html) [Less]

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gwt-eclipsecon-chat

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This project is an interesting example of an application built using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT). Kelly and Miguel spent a Sunday afternoon prior to their tutorial at EclipseCon 2007 developing an instant messenger web application. The source for Chattr is available in the Downloads section, and ... [More] you can either get the 'complete' app version, or a version that is 'working.' The latter was intended for those people who were following along at the tutorial. More about GWT, in case you're unfamiliar: GWT is an open source Java development framework that lets you escape the matrix of technologies that make writing AJAX applications so difficult and error prone. With GWT, you can develop and debug AJAX applications in the Java language using the Java development tools of your choice. When you deploy your application to production, the GWT compiler translates your Java application to browser-compliant JavaScript and HTML. To get started, download GWT. [Less]

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xulrunner-adwords-editor

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Google AdWords Editor is a cross-platform application powered by Mozilla's XUL technology stack. We build upstream Mozilla code into a XUL application container called xulrunner. Since we are compiling the source code ourselves, rather than using a compiled xulrunner prepackaged by a third party ... [More] , we are obliged to make it clear exactly what source we are compiling, and to make our small set of modifications to Mozilla source code available to anyone who downloads AdWords Editor. You can find information on all of this here. [Less]

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earth-api-samples

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This is a project to store official samples for the Google Earth API. For a full listing of samples and demos, visit the Earth API Demo Gallery.

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google-apps-sso-sample

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

The Google Apps Single Sign-On service allows domain administrators to implement a custom web application to authenticate users and authorize them to use Google Apps.

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openhtmm

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The Hidden Topic Markov Model We propose modeling the topics of words in the document as a Markov chain. Specifically, we assume that all words in the same sentence have the same topic, and successive sentences are more likely to have the same topics. Since the topics are hidden, this leads to ... [More] using the well-known tools of Hidden Markov Models for learning and inference. We show that incorporating this dependency allows us to learn better topics and to disambiguate words that can belong to different topics. Quantitatively, we show that we obtain better perplexity in modeling documents with only a modest increase in learning and inference complexity. See: Amit Gruber, Michal Rosen-Zvi and Yair Weiss, "Hidden Topic Markov Models," in Artificial Intelligence and Statistics (AISTATS), San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 2007. [Less]

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google-feedserver

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Google Feed Server is an open source Atom Publishing Protocol server based on the Apache Abdera framework. Google Feed Server provides a simple back end for data adapters, which allows developers to quickly deploy a feed for an existing data source such as a database. Google Feed Server also ... [More] provides the Feed Server Client Tool (FSCT), which lets developers perform create, receive, update, and delete (CRUD) operations on a Feed Server feed. For information on Google Feed Server, see the following Wiki articles on this site: Inside the Google Feed Server Atom Publishing and Google Data API Overview Payload In Content Source Code Walkthrough Setting Up a Development Environment DatabaseConfigurationForAFeed Apache Abdera Information Private Gadget Administrator's Guide [Less]

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vidnik

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Record video segments using your iSight camera and upload them to YouTube. Featured download; The first release of Vidnik, version 0.13.0 http://vidnik.googlecode.com/svn/images/Vidnik.zip Vidnik is the quickest, simplest, way to make movies using the built - in camera on your Macintosh and ... [More] upload those movies to your YouTube account. WARNINGI've gotten early reports, for some people, that the movies Vidnik makes work fine on the Macintosh, but when encoded by YouTube, the sound is a fraction of a second behind the picture. I've reproduced the problem. I'm looking in to this. Quicktime is producing MPEG-4 encoded movies with an edit list. The first displayable frame of the movie is a b-frame, not an i-frame. Other transcoders and players, when they encounter such movies, drop the initial sequence of b-frames from the video. I'm making a change to Vidnik detect that the first displayable frame is not an i-frame, and rewrite those movies, such that the first frame is an i-frame. I'll test, then upload a new version. -- David Phillip Oster May 16, 2008 2:43 PM PDT [Less]

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