DI ( Dependency Injection with Setter, Constructor, and Method), AOP ( Aspect Oriented Programming ), Events support, and XML, YAML, AND JSR annotations as bean definition providers, lightweight, simple, and quick MVC ( Model View Controller ), syslog, tcp client and server, with non blocking
... [More] sockets, timers, and custom error, signal, and exception handling, PAGI Integration (for asterisk gateway interface or agi), PAMI Integration (for asterisk management). Needs PHP 5.3, very similar to seasar, spring ( java ) . Tested with doctrine2! ;) [Less]
Using wireless technologies allowing for presence detection, certain user-customized rules will be executed upon arrival or departure. Able to determine if others have remained behind when you leave, a different set of rules can apply (no one wants the music to stop if you step out for a minute!).
The project right now is by no means ready, skeleton code exists at best for most features. [Less]
Streamspin is a new and innovative platform for delivering and recieving mobile services. The services can be either explicitly subscribed to, or based on user context and meta-data.
Subscribable services include Pop3 email push, RSS feeds, Tour, Shopping, & and Stock quote services. Other
... [More] services delivers content based on user context. That is, if your profile is shopping then you will recieve information in that context. If your profile is work, you will recieve information in that context. You as a user can develop your own private services and share them amongst your friends and others.
What exactly is Streamspin?StreamSpin is a middle-layer service, that allows information and services to be pushed directly to mobile devices such as mobile phones and PDAs.
What are the requisites for using Streamspin?In order to use the services available through StreamSpin, you will need to register as a user on this website. You will also need a windows mobile 5 or a Java MIDP 2.0 capable device. A client for windows mobile 5 devices is available in the download section. Please contact us for other options.
Who are the people behind Streamspin?The StreamSpin project was started by Professor Christian S. Jensen at the Center for Data-intensive Systems - Daisy - at Aalborg University, Denmark. The development and research into the StreamSpin project is now the responsibility of Ph.D. Student Rico Wind and Research Assistant Kenneth Houkjær. The development and research is supervised by Professor Christian S. Jensen, and Associate Professor Kristian Torp. [Less]