Below you will find some of our projects for your perusal and approval.
rsscms is a really simple static content management system which allows you to concentrate on generating content, rather than managing a system. The CMS separates the repetitive mark-up from the actual content and generates the common links (e.g. navigation, next/previous page) based on the directory structure.
All content for this site was generated using rsscms and amongst other things, it is:
- light weight,
- simple to use,
and best of all
- free (subject to the very liberal creative commons license)
If you can code in HTML, you can use rsscms.read more about rsscms »
solrpanl is a free Subject to the very liberal creative commons license plug-in for Apache Solr.
- Merchandising/Featured Results
- Spotlighted Results
- Search engine optimised URLs
- Search result snippets
- Full logging of search queries
- Privacy controls (where applicable)
- Analysis of search queries and results
- User personalisation
read more about solr panl »
project file statistics
Project file statistics is an ant plug-in that gives a very brief overview of the number of code, comments and blank lines that are within the source tree. Outputting to the console, or file(s) or both, it provides a quick overview at what is going on in any source tree.
It comes pre-configured to recognise the following file types (amongst others):
Of course we made it easy to add all of those other files that you need and use on a regular basis.read more about project file statistics »
tld javadoc generatorread more about tld javadoc generator »
A super-secret development project... shhhh!!!read more about synapticloop »
Isn't it about time that JavaDoc was pulled kicking and screaming into the Web 2.0 world? JavaDoc doesn't seem to want to support all of the shiny new goodies available to any self-respecting web developer...
- Updated Indices (no more of that nasty get/set methods locking up the 'g' and 's' index pages)
- Similar look and feel (we don't change what already works)
- hierarchical navigation