Synth is a C++ template framework - a set of components that can be mixed and matched to build the right functionality; furthermore, components are loosely-coupled, designed to be both extensible and replaceable. Synth blurs the line between compile-time and runtime, and it does so by blending the static C++ type system, the dynamic values that need to be manipulated and formatted, including those from other languages, and the templates to do so. The name is an allusion to this synthesis process, which combines values to generate new ones (streams, files, strings, numbers, etc.)
PHP map tile engine was created using PHP and MySQL (with spatial data types) for use with the the Google Maps API. Spatial data is loaded in via .shp and .dbf files. The project is split into 2 sections: the tile engine and the example that uses the tile engine. The example is very simplistic and does not provide a proper interface for managing the layers. At the moment, it illustrates how to import a .shp file and how this data can be viewed in Google Maps.
Select2D.js is an object that transforms an HTML <select> into a 2D table. It can automatically layout the table with a configurable number of columns or rows. Users can select multiple options by using the Ctrl key or Shift and click and dragging over the options in the table. By default the original form select input is hidden but it may be made visible for debugging purposes.
KADOS (KAnban Dashboard for Online Scrum) is a Web-based tool for managing Scrum projects. It provides screens on which the user can move a post-it to change one of the attributes of the post-it. It supports artifacts of the SCRUM method, but can also be adapted for other agile methods.