Window Maker is an X11 window manager originally designed to provide integration support for the GNUstep Desktop Environment. In every way possible, it reproduces the elegant look and feel of the NEXTSTEP[tm] user interface. It is fast, feature rich, easy to configure, and easy to use. It is also
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Window Maker includes compatibility options which allow it to work with other popular desktop environments, namely GNOME and KDE, and comes with a powerful GUI configuration editor, called WPrefs, which removes the need to edit text-based config files by hand. Please see the features section for more specifics on what Window Maker can do, and how it compares with other popular window managers. [Less]
A new – more efficient way to build Web 2.0 Software.
Agile Toolkit is a high-performance PHP framework for UI development with jQuery. High levels of efficiency are achieved because your database and your UI are seamlessly integrated. You do more with less code.
Mirus is a new operating system with the aim of trying out new and interesting things, in hopes to get the best combination possible. We throw all existing ideas and standards out the window and try to see what we can do better.
The project's purpose is to create a lightweight, developer friendly and elegant PHP framework.
Lightweight: The engine contains only what is necessary for the framework's basic functions, everything else is implemented as separate libraries.
Developer friendly: The framework is written with the
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Elegant: The project strives for elegance in every aspect, keeping everything as simple as possible and always trying to find the most elegant way to do things.
Different 'modes of operation': The framework allows both an MVC or an event-based approach at application design (or whatever other approach a developer wants to take). MVC is written so far, with fully functional implementations of model, view and controller.
Modular: The framework is designed from ground up with modularity in mind, thus any library can plug into the engine core or into another library. The model, view and controller for example are designed as libraries that plug into the application object.
Lazy: Nothing is executed unless absolutely necessary. For example, if you don't need database functionality, database support doesn't have to load. If you do need database functionality but you don't need to connect to the database in every page, the connection will be made only when it is indeed needed to actually interact with the database.
NOTE: 'air' contains the framework, 'et' is an application under development [Less]
A lazy evaluation library for mathematics. Keep code from being evaluated until it is needed. I borrow this idea from other functional languages. Supports infinite sequences, it uses caching for this so algorithms that randomly access complex infinite sequences perform well.