Spider Linker provides the ability to efficiently make all content on a Web site, particularly dynamic content, available to Internet search engines. It discovers content on one or more Web sites, and creates a table of contents (TOC) of all the content in a format that is friendly to search engine spiders. HTML, XML, sitelist.txt, and Harvest Control List formats are supported, and custom formats can be constructed. Since it provides FTP, HTTP/HTTPS, upload, and email publishing mechanisms, it can also support XML feeds and other URL submission strategies.
Site Master is platform independent file manager that provides control over directories and files on your Web host using just a browser via an intuitive and user friendly interface. It can help you to organize and control your Web site directories with no need to use FTP or Telnet clients. It is very easy to install and use, and works in multi-user environment, giving each user limited access to their own directory tree, while privileged users can access any directory.
Antipodes.Cubes is a BPM system for visual modeling and automation of processes. Processes are designed visually as block diagrams in a graphical environment called WfArchitect. The logic and flow of the processes are reflected in the different containers (blocks or shapes) and the connections between them. It supports task, condition, user decision, code, timer, and scheduler containersm and allows for the inclusion of subprocesses in processes and also recursive use of subprocesses.
TestNetwork is a commercial version of TestMaker that provides a distributed test environment for scalability and performance tests and service monitoring. TestNetwork runs TestMaker intelligent test agents on multiple machines to achieve virtual user levels not possible with TestMaker. It makes it easy to configure a rack of servers to create 10,000 to 100,000 virutal users. It also makes it easy to set up a group of servers distributed around your network to show how your Web-enabled application, including Web Service, is performing.
X2U (XML to user) is an XML editor that does not force users to read XML markup. Instead, users fill out simple Web forms, which are automatically derived from XML models. The XML model provides the XML structure and an interface. It accepts an XML document, an XML Schema, a DTD (Document Type Definition), or an XML form (XForms), and requires only a Web browser to use.
FTIDOE is a comprehensive tool for performing the complex process of dynamic energy analysis. This software enables architects and engineers to perform a comprehensive analysis of dynamic heating and cooling loads, simulation of heating and cooling distribution systems, modeling of equipment supplying the required energy, and calculation of the life-cycle costs of owning and operating energy systems for buildings. It can simulate hour-by-hour performance for buildings ranging in size from a small one room residence to a large multi-storied structure for each of the 8760 hours in a year.
Virtualmail is a module for Webmin and Sendmail which provides your hosted virtual domains with an interface to add/modify/remove POP accounts and forwards. Each hosted domain must be assigned to a unique group. If you have somebody with more than one virtual domain, then you configure him for each under one login, giving him control of each of them from one session. Common email addresses (webmaster, sales, support, info, etc.) are also available for every domain without your user needing to deal with error messages and multiple attempts. If 'xyz.com' tries to set up webmaster as a new POP account, and 'abc.com' already used it, what will be assigned instead is 'webmaster.xyz' which is the desired account name, with the domain's group as a unique identifier. This means that every hosted domain gets their desired email address.
Quedo is a Web-based file manager, which provides a password-protected area, that can be used for uploading and annotating files. Each user can manage their own separate folder, or share a common directory. The administrator can limit individual users' permissions. Users can upload, rename, and delete files and folders, manipulate ZIP archives, send files via email, and control permissions. It also supports a Web-based clipboard, a trash bin, and has four different views.
TeX2Page makes Web pages from TeX manuscripts. It reads an input document that is marked in a TeX format and produces an output document with the functionally-equivalent HTML markup. It uses the same input file syntax, calling conventions, and error-recovery mechanisms as TeX, and thus demands no additional expertise of a user already familiar with TeX. It runs on modern Schemes and Common Lisp.