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ActiveRecord for Android

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Lightweight persistence library for Android. It simplifies work with SQLite database by providing high level APIs which allows to perform CRUD operations directly with Java classes. The big benefits of this library is its ability to persist Java objects without writing a boilerplate code for mapping between Java and SQL.

11.3K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 6 years since last commit

10 users on Open Hub

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Mantle Business Artifacts

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

Mantle Business Artifacts is a business application foundation built on the Moqui Framework and includes a Universal Data Model (UDM) and Universal Service Library (USL) for building eCommerce, ERP, CRM, MRP, SCM, EAM, POS, etc applications.

100K lines of code

8 current contributors

3 months since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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5.0
 
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Licenses: CC0-1.0, Shareware

simpl4

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  Analyzed about 23 hours ago

Opensource development and service platform for HTML5 applications with process- and integrationengine. Flexible responsive applications because of HTML5-Frontend for Smartphones, Tablets and Desktops Quickly create business processes,tables, forms, business rules, integration rules, data ... [More] model, document templates BPMN 2.0 – Business Process Model and Notation Business-Process-Engine Service-Engine Cloud-ready (PaaS,SaaS) Integration of existing software systems Development in the browser Minimal Project-Setup Web Application Messaging Protocol (Websocket Subprotocol) Git-based simpl4-Application-Store [Less]

229K lines of code

1 current contributors

4 months since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

Very Low Activity
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Document Availability Information (DAIA)

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  Analyzed about 18 hours ago

The Document Availability Information project (DAIA) provides a data model, schemas and implementations to describe and exchange the current availability of documents in libraries and similar institutions. Availability can be expressed and queried in terms of specific services.

4.86K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 5 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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db-svg

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

A java web application that generates SVG data model diagrams for any database with a JDBC driver. Database connections are configured via an XML file. The interactive interface allows tables to be dragged around and their positions saved. Designed to make internal database coordination and ... [More] documentation easy and accessible. Compatible with most SVG capable Web Browsers. (Firefox 3+, Safari, Chrome, IE9+, etc.) [Less]

9.98K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 5 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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UDMP

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UDMP designer application helps you to focus on tyhe information that is flowing through your application. It gives you the control over the communication and dommain information.

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aidew

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

site: http://www.aidew.org Projeto que tem por objetivo disponibilizar um ambiente de desenvolvimento web. A princípio mais direcionado para PHP, mas não só ele, outras linguagens também estarão disponíveis. Se baseará em um pacote integrado de soluções já existentes, porém já integradas e ... [More] configuradas para se exija o menor esforço possível para se começar a desenvolver. Terá como base: - Xampp - Eclipse - Zend Studio - Aptana - Cruise COntrol - Visual SVN - Dentre outros - ... [Less]

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over 8 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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Mostly written in language not available
Licenses: GPL-3.0+

standard-data-visualizer

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

One of the usual problems that i have is to define more standard and flexible data structure to be used in visual representations. Mathematically is possible to define alot of different data compositions, considering the visual possibilities, representations and data relations. One of the most ... [More] used structures would be the Table Relation Model (Format for tables with grouped or subdivided rows and columns). [Less]

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over 8 years since last commit

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Licenses: EPL-1.0

lightdatamodel

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

A light OR mapper for .Net. This is an alternative to Object Mappers such as NPersist or NHibernate (or the built-in typed DataSets in Visual Studio). Unlike the mentioned libraries, the focus on this project is to keep it as simple as possible (and more flexible than the typed DataSets). We ... [More] have worked with the existing Object Mappers for a while, and found that the items we want to model, usually has small deviations from the simple model. This makes it difficult to use the mappers, and requires some heavy manual coding. The complexity of the projects makes this a non-trivial task. The LightDataModel project seeks to remove the complexity. As with all Object Mappers, the idea is to create typed C# classes as representation for database data, and remove the database problems from the programming. The methods usually involved in this is named CRUD: Create, Retrive, Update and Delete. As this project focuses on simplicity, there is no Aspect oriented programming involved. There are no options to configure, and the project simply reads data from the database, and updates the private member variables with the data value. The naming scheme is fixed, and so is the access method. This reduction in flexibility makes the project much more simple. We feel that the removed options are rarely used, and can be fixed by some extra code. The basic structure is this: IDataProvider (executes SQL against a datasource, database dependant) IDataFetcher (registers and loads objects from an IDataProvider) DataClassBase (base class for database bound objects (optional)) The data fetcher can use any .Net object (POCO: Plain-Old-Clr-Object), and will read/write private members of the given objects. If the objects derive from DataClassBase, some events and flags will be activated. If you are just starting out with the LightDataModel, you should see the page on Automatic Project Creation. If you want to do the class creation manually, please look at Building Classes. On top of the basic CRUD implementations a usual requirement is a "memory-transaction" aka a nested provider. This is most commonly used in GUI development, where the user presses a button and recieves a dialog. In this dialog, the data should reflect the current memory state of the data, and if the user clicks cancel, the changes should be rolled back. We do this with the class NestedDataFetcher: IDataProvider provider = new SQLiteDataProvider("myfile.sqlite3"); IDataFetcher fetcher = new DataFetcher(provider); IDataFetcher nestedFetcher = new NestedDataFetcher(fetcher);Any objects loaded in the nestedFetcher will appear as they are in the fetcher, and data from nestedFetcher will only be written back on a call to the commit method. In this model, class names map to table names, and field names map to column names. There is no built in relation management, but it is very easy to implement this manually: //One to one, or Many-to-one public ClassA Other { get { return (ClassA)m_dataparent.GetObjectById(typeof(ClassA), m_otherid); } set { if (value == null) m_otherid = 0; else m_otherid = value.ID; } } //One to many public object[] Others { get { return m_dataparent.GetObjects(typeof(ClassA), "otherID = " + m_otherId.ToString()); } }A little extra is required to manage collections with Add/Remove methods. An abstract template class for this is in the making. A many-to-many relation can be created by implementing two one-to-may relations on the cross table. To be truly usefull, the LightDataModel comes with a primitive SQL parser. An introduction to more advanced usage of the parser can be found on the Using SQL parser with values page. There are many limitiations, but we feel that they can be overridden in the individual projects, and thus avoid complicating the object mapper: Class names are used as table names, thus table names with spaces are not allowed Override the tablename by using a simple view Member values names are always the column name prefixed with "m_" Adjust acessor code to use these values, or create views to rename columns No shadowed properties (aka. delay load or ghosted) Split the class into two, use a view to exclude the properties, and add acessor code that loads this Supports only single column identity tables Combine columns in a view If you want a complex engine that handles all the above limitiations and has a nice GUI editor, we suggest NPersist. Beware: The LightDatamodel is functional, but not tested enough to be publishable. [Less]

14.3K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 5 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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opendataexchange

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

OpenDataExchange acts as an interface between different control systems and applications such as logging applications, human machine interfaces or analysis tools. The code base enables developers to gather different control system structures to general data models. The project is meant to be used ... [More] as base functionality and is included and extended in projects that solves specific customers needs. [Less]

1.19K lines of code

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over 7 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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