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Appcelerator is an open source platform for building rich Internet applications (RIA).
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SMC - the State Machine Compiler

SMC takes a state machine stored in a .sm file and generates a State pattern in fourteen programming languages (C, C++, C#, [incr Tcl], Groovy, Java, Lua, Objective-C, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, Scala, VB.net). Includes: default transitions, transition args, transition guards, push/pop transitions and Entry/Exit actions.

See all details on http://smc.sourceforge.net/.

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PHPRPC is a lightweight, secure, cross-domain, platform-independent, language-independent, envirment-independent, complex object supported, reference parameters supported, content redirecting supported, session supported, service-oriented, high performance remote procedure call protocol.
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codeXchange is a social coding network with code snipplets, sample applications, tutorials and news posted both by the portal administrators and users as well.
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Swig Starter Kit provides examples for using various scripting languages, with the support of SWIG, with C++.

FeaturesStandard library (STL) container usage examples Data sharing between scripting engine and C++ code examples C++ template function instantiation examples Calling C++ functions examples Creating C++ objects examples LanguagesLua Python Perl PHP5 (Module builds but I cannot get it to work) Ruby C# Java LicenseCurrently the MIT license is used. The point is to make the code f...

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What's the best way to read a large XML document? Of course you'd use a SAX parser or a pull parser. What's the best way to write a large XML document? Building a DOM structure to describe a large XML document won't work because it won't fit in memory. Even if it did, it's not a simple API to use. There hasn't been a solution that is simple and memory efficient until now.