Swallowapps provides interactive tools for the design of Web (HTML5) content. You create the visual part of your application using visual tools and get instant feedback while you adjust dimensions, transformation matrices, colors, shadows, gradients, and other styling elements in an intuitive and interactive way. When the time comes for programming, Swallowapps combines the convenience of the commonJS packaging specification (the require() function, package.json, etc.) with an automatic build process. Modify any source module of any package which you use, hit F5 in the browser, and your updated application is reloaded. Swallowapps tools are built with themselves, so as you learn how to use the tools, you also learn how to modify them and make them tightly fit your specific needs.
GLOBE_3D is a real-time 3D engine. It features unconditionally portable sources (one set of sources for all platforms), real-time rendering (fast with a 3D hardware-accelerated graphics card), full eye movements and rotations, display of combinations of colors, materials, and textures, transparency, multiple area rendering with the portal technique (e.g. for inner scenes), collision detection, binary space partition (BSP), input-output of 3D objects or groups of objects linked to each other by portals, easy management of resources like textures (.bmp and .tga), BSP trees, and objects stored in .zip files, screenshots (.bmp) and video captures (.avi), multi-view support, and vectorized geometry support.
Pillow scans directories searching for CommonJS packages (package.json files) and makes the packages usable in the browser (i.e. the found packages and modules can be accessed using the require() function). It supports multiple js files per package (and the dot notation in the require function). It also supports non js files (PNG, JPEG, GIF, JSON, CSS, HTML, and MD). Pillow can operate in command line mode (pillowscan mydirectory) or in server mode (pillowserve mydirectory), in which case packages are remade on the fly each time they are loaded through HTTP.
Kittens is an application container that can embed X applications and steal them from your window manager in order to provide advanced window management options to any window manager. It can tab windows together, split to show them vertically side by side, and allow applications and splits to be resized with the mouse or keyboard. It works in environments such as GNOME, KDE, and XFCE. Kittens is also ideal for managing applications without having to use a mouse.
PyDaF stands for Python Data Flows. It is an experimental Python package that implements data-driven processing pipelines, which revolve around two major elements: data units, which encapsulate a type, a set of tags and actual data, and processors (fragments of code that get executed whenever the job's current data pool contains data units matching the processor's input specification).