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  • SMTP API
    SMTP API

    SMTP API is a simple library that permits applications to transfer mail reliably and efficiently. The SMTP API confines to RFC 821, implementing a subset of the protocol commands.

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    • Sav Z API
      Sav Z API

      Sav Z API is a Java(tm) API forming new powerful "Java/Z" language, for development of a high-performance mobile object-relational database application. Like SQL JDBC implementation, Sav Z API provides synchronous connection many of users with many of Z databases. Main advantage of Z to SQL is manipulation with classes (not only relations). Z algebraic expressions enable to process XML data with dynamic structure and multi-level hierarchy. Unlike XSLT, Z is not data filter; it reads many of XML files in one database and than generates and prints new XML files.

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    • Citrine API
      Citrine API

      * About Citrine - It’s a component based structure and mobile app development platform with Web technologies (XML, Java Script) * Feature of Citrine - Object Oriented Approach This approach solves inefficiency for mobile app development through object oriented approaches using MOML (Mobile Object Markup Language) - Simple functional definition This defines complicated functions by abstracting them matched with actual usage. - Independent development This independently separates library developers from application developments and implements a base to integrate them easily. - Component based structure It provides a base by which services developed by service providers are integrated with other applications. * Demo API List - Application & Device information - Camera - Chart (Bar, Bar Group, Line, Pie) - Coverflow & Gallery - Transition Effects(Blind, Flip, InnerCube, Mosaic, Slide, Tornado, Twirl, Zoom) - SMS - Theme - WebView - Video - Animations - Custom UI Components (Paint, QR code, ...) - Uncategorized (PhoneGap) search tags: hybrid, phonegap, webview, citrine, mospi, mobileweb, webapp, transition effect, coverflow, gallery, theme,

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      • POP3 API
        POP3 API

        POP3 API is a simple library that permits applications to dynamically access a maildrop on a server host. The POP3 API confines to STD 53 (RFC 1939), implementing all the mandatory and optional commands.

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        • queryXML API
          queryXML API

          [b]queryXML API[/b] is the programmatic component implemented as .NET DLL that allows developers to incorporate XML data access and manipulation functionality into their solutions. GlobusData also provides an SDK that includes standalone XML query engine, queryXML API, API references, qxLanguage references and queryXML Analyzer to execute and test queries. Developers can easily incorporate XML data access and manipulation functionality into their solutions and build powerful and flexible XML-aware applications.

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        • API PTOP
          API PTOP

          API function for developers. Convert an image to Windows PE executable format. The executable file produced requires no additional component. It is centralized for facilitate purchasing or renting. What's new in this version: Version 0.4 features centralized license.

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          • API SoluMaze
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          • Agate API
            Agate API

            An AGATE app platform that allows you to author native applications with web technologies and get access to APIs and app stores. search tags: hybrid, phonegap, webview, citrine, mospi, mobileweb, webapp Tags: ps4.

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            • Facebooker
              Facebooker

              Open source Facebook REST API Ruby wrapper Facebooker is a free and pure Ruby wrapper for Facebook REST APIs (all its dependencies are part of the Ruby standard library). Here are some key features of "Facebooker": · Idiomatic Ruby · No dependencies outside of the Ruby standard library · Concrete classes and methods modeling the Facebook data, so it's easy for a Rubyist to understand what's available · Well tested Requirements: · Ruby What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · Facebooker::User#publish_to for publishing to a Wall or News Stream · Optionally parses with Nokogiri. Just require 'nokogiri' in your app.

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            • Twython
              Twython

              A new and easy way to access Twitter data with Python Twython is an open source and up to date, pure Python wrapper for the Twitter API. Twython comes with support for Twitter's search API, Twitter's main API, and (soon) using OAuth with Twitter/Streaming API. Requirements: · Python

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            • newLISP
              newLISP

              LISP reborn as a scripting language: pragmatic and casual, simple to learn newLISP is a scripting language for developing web applications and programs in general and in the domains of artificial intelligence (AI) and statistics.newLISP is a LISP-like scripting language for doing things you typically do with scripting languages: programming for the internet, system administration, text processing, gluing other programs together, etc. newLISP is a scripting LISP for people who are fascinated by LISP's beauty and power of expression, but who need it stripped down to easy-to-learn essentials. newLISP is small on resources like disk space and memory but has a deep, practical API.LISP is an old language born, grown, and standardized in times very different from today, times when programming was for highly educated people who engineered programs. newLISP is LISP reborn as a scripting language: pragmatic and casual, simple to learn without requiring you to know advanced computer science concepts. Like any good scripting language, newLISP is quick to get into and gets the job done without fuss. It has all of the essential elements that made LISP famous: symbol processing, lists, anonymous functions (lambda expressions), and S-expressions as a simple syntax for both data and program.newLISP has a modern relevant API (Application Programming Interface) with networking, advanced math, financial, simulation, regular expression, statistics, HTTP, and XML functions built right into it. newLISP modules are available that let you connect newLISP to databases, mailservers, and more. newLISP can interface to standard shared libraries on Win32 and Linux/UNIX systems to add even more functionality. The newLISP API is user-driven and adapts over time to the ever-changing requirements of tomorrow's applications. Here are some key features of "newLISP": A Modern Built-In API: · Regular espressions · Pattern matching with unify · Networking functions: TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, ICMP (in net-ping) · XML functions · Advanced Math and classic Statistics functions · Bayesian Statistics functions · Financial functions · Date and time functions · Distributed applications support · I/O transparent over local files or remote files via HTTP Expandable API: · import functions from C libraries · Modules for MySQL, SQLite, Zlib, Crypto, Postscript etc. · document generation support for user written modules: newLISPdoc Complete Documentation: · Users Manual and Reference · Cookbook for common solutions Code Patterns in newLISP · Introductions, e.g.: Introduction to newLISP · Training videos (see Documentation page) Advanced Automatic Memory Management: · ORO memory management · Syncronous for repeatable processing times in real-time tasks · Fast and small Multiprocessing: · UNIX forks (not on Win32) · Semaphores · Shared memory · local domain UNIX sockets for fast IPC, new on v.9.1.4 (not on Win32) 64 bit support: · standard in 32-bit version for integers and some file operations · LP64 Memory model support makefiles for LINUX, MacOS X and SOLARIS, TRU64 Distributed Computing Support: · net-eval function for remote evaluation on multiple nodes · HTTP and net-eval server modes built-in (no code required) Small and portable: · Only around 200KB in size (depending on plaform) · Very fast load time for CGI and scripts · Uses only very essential UNIX libs found on the smallest systems · Makefiles for FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, MacOS X, LINUX, SOLARIS, TRU64, Win32. Embeddable: · Shared library versions for all Platforms (.so, .dylib, .dll) International: · UTF-8 and Unicode support compile flavors What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · Fixed a bug when replicating primitives with 'new'. FOOP objects are now mutable, anonymous or not. The old obj parameter has been dropped from FOOP methods. Instead a new function 'self' is used to access and index the target object: · This has also reduced the overhead required in FOOP methods. Allthough this change creates an incompatibility with older FOOP code, the advantage of having mutable objects compensates for that incompatibility. Destructive methods was the FOOP feature most asked for ind newLISP.

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            • Google Data Python Client
              Google Data Python Client

              Google Data APIs Python Client Library The Google Data APIs (Google data) provide a simple protocol for reading and writing data on the web.Each of the following Google services provides a Google data API:· Base· Blogger· Calendar· Picasa Web Albums· Spreadsheets· Documents List· Contacts· YouTube· Google Apps Provisioning· Code Search· Notebook The Google Data Python Client Library provides a library and source code that make it easy to access data through Google Data APIs.NOTE: Google Data Python Client is licensed and distributed under the terms of the Apache License 2.0 What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · Added support for Secure AuthSub, OAuth with HMAC and with RSA to the v2 auth code. · Added v2 data model classes for all XML elements in the gd namespace. · Usability improvements in the gdata.docs.service module, thanks Eric! · Made the dependency on elementtree only required if you are using Python 2.4 and lower. Thanks brosner! · Setting the ssl member in atom.service.AtomService will now override a URL which starts with http:. Many thanks to Michael Ballbach for the patch. · Added a proxy HTTP client which will use proxy environment variables to send all requests through the desired proxy server if present. · Added user agent string indicating that this is from the gdata python v2 library. · Removed unneeded title parameter from the Blogger client's add_comment method. · Added an all_tests_local script which runs all tests except those which would make HTTP requests to remote servers. · Added the birthday element to contacts entry, the reminder element to calendar events, and the method attribute to calendar's reminder class. All with great thanks to Marc! · The analytics GetData method no longer requires the dimenrions argument. Thanks Jim!

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            • Qt
              Qt

              Cross-platform, rich client application development framework Qt is a comprehensive application and UI framework for developing Mac applications that can also be deployed across many other desktop and embedded operating systems without rewriting the source code.Qt sets the standard for high-performance, cross-platform application development. It includes a C++ class library and tools for cross-platform development and internationalization. Qt also provides unique solutions to inter-object communication, goes beyond C++ to add flexibility for advanced GUI development and provides a special edition for back-end server applications.Qt is a comprehensive development framework that includes an extensive array of capabilities, features, and tools that enable development of cross-platform, high-performance rich-client and server-side applications.Qt is the leading framework for native cross-platform application development. The Qt API and tools are consistent across all supported platforms, enabling developers to learn one API and perform truly platform-independent application development and deployment.Qt developers only have to learn one API to write applications that run almost anywhere. We have put considerable effort into making Qt as easy to use and intuitive as possible. Customers tell us that we succeeded: they find Qt programming simple and enjoyable. For the business this translates into more functionality and less maintenance without having to sacrifice quality. The uniform cross-platform API lets programmers concentrate on value-adding innovation, instead of worrying about maintaining and administering infrastructure and interfaces for multiple versions of existing applications.NOTE: Qt is offered to the Open Source community under Trolltech's Dual Licensing Model. Therefore it is freely available for the development of Open Source software governed by the GNU General Public License (GPL version 2). For proprietary, commercial development conditions and for further licensing details please visit http://trolltech.com/products/qt/licenses/licensing/opensource. Here are some key features of "Qt": · Qt is Comprehensive · Qt is Cross-Platform · Qt is Easy to Use · Qt is Open Source · Qt is Proven · Intuitive class library · Integrated development tools · Support for C++ development · Universal Binaries support · Support for 64-bit applications on top of Cocoa APIs What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] More platforms: · Qt 4.6 includes support for the Symbian platform for the first time, and also adds Windows 7, Apple Mac OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and the upcoming Maemo 6 to the list of Qt supported platforms. Also available is community support for real-time operating systems QNX and VxWorks. Support for Maemo 5 is also currently in development, with the second technology preview being released today. · Qt support for Symbian and Maemo creates the first opportunity for developers to target both of these platforms from the same codebase. Being able to share code across platforms means that the applications they create will reach the market faster and reach a broader audience of device users. · Also released today is a technology preview of new Qt APIs from the Qt Mobility project. These cross-platform APIs provide developers with functionality such as location for navigation-type devices, as well as messaging, contacts, and bearer management. More eye candy: · Qt 4.6 builds upon the graphical improvements of 4.5 and enhances them with the addition of new Animation Framework – including intuitive state machine functionality – plus new advanced graphics effects like opacity, drop shadows, glow, and filtering. More fingers: · One of the most exciting new features in Qt 4.6 is the ability to create multi-touch applications. New multi-touch and gesture based input methods such as flicking and kinetic scrolling make Qt 4.6 a powerful framework for creating dynamic, tactile ways for users to interact with applications and devices. More horsepower: · Qt 4.6 challenges the conventional development notion that advanced UI capabilities normally come with a significant performance cost. Extensive work has been done to deliver the best possible performance while enabling developers to deliver the “wow” effect that is demanded by users. · Key performance improvements come in the form of a highly optimized, re-written Qt GraphicsView rendering algorithm, a new OpenGL paint engine, WebKit, 2D vector graphic support using OpenVG, and new DirectFB support. Updated tools: · Complementing the release of Qt 4.6 is an updated release of Qt Creator, a cross-platform IDE for Qt development. Qt Creator 1.3 and Qt 4.6 together form the Qt SDK which contains everything developers need to create cross-platform applications.

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            • Gmail4J
              Gmail4J

              Free and open source Gmail API for Java Gmail4J is an open source, simple, object oriented library for accessing Gmail services from Java. Requirements: · Java What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · Changed Gmail4j license from GPL v3 to Apache Licence v2.0 · Possibility to use custom java.net.Authenticator with HttpGmailConnection · Possibility to send messages · JavaMail IMAP GmailClient implementation (draft)

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            • tweetstream
              tweetstream

              Free and open source Twitter streaming API access development tool tweetstream provides a class, TweetStream, that can be used by developers to easily get tweets from Twitter's streaming API. An instance of the class can be used as an iterator. In addition to fetching tweets, the object keeps track of the number of tweets collected and the rate at which tweets are received.Subclasses are available for accessing the "track" and "follow" streams as well.There's also a ReconnectingTweetStream class that handles automatic reconnecting.NOTE: The API is blocking. If for some reason data is not immediatly available, calls will block until enough data is available to yield a tweet.

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            • pywapi
              pywapi

              A free Python wrapper around the Yahoo! Weather and Google Weather APIs pywapi is a free and open source Python based development tool that will provide developers with a python wrapper around the Yahoo! Weather and Google Weather APIs. Requirements: · Python What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · Ability to get countries and cities lists from Google was added. · Shebang was added to the example scripts. Thank you, Runa. · Small corrections to fix some pychecker's warnings. · get_weather_from_google() now supports non-English languages. Thank you, Shinysky. · "400: Bad Request" error was fixed. It appeared when Google API is used and lo · cation contains special characters(for example spaces). Thank you, Dan.y.tang. · Some changes to prevent possible IndexError issues.

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            • pygeoip
              pygeoip

              Pure Python API for MaxMind GeoIP databases pygeoip is a pure and open source Python alternative to MaxMind's C-based Python API for binary GeoIP databases. pygeoip is intended to make it easier to develop on Windows, or to simplify dependencies for things that don't require the speed/features of the C API. pygeoip is not entirely a drop-in replacement, but the most notable difference is the new and open methods are gone, in favor of instantiating the GeoIP class directly. The databases aren't distributed with the module, so you'll need to either buy them or download a lite edition here. Requirements: · Python

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            • worldcat
              worldcat

              Interact with OCLC's WorldCat Search and xID APIs worldcat is a free Python module that will allow developers to interact with OCLC's WorldCat APIs, including the WorldCat Search API and the xID APIs (xISBN, xOCLCNUM, and xISSN). What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · Modified request.xid.xOCLCNUMRequest to process requests for OCLC numbers, LCCNs, and OCLC work identifiers; removed request.xid.xLCCNRequest

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            • PrintableCal API
              PrintableCal API

              The PrintableCal API is a free library that enables PrintableCal to be extended to support additional calendar template styles and data sources. The API includes the required assemblies, documentation, and examples to help you get started quickly. You can code PrintableCal add-ins using C#, VB.NET, or C++/CLI. The PrintableCal API utilizes the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) and Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0. PrintableCal will automatically load any developed add-ins, enabling calendars to be printed that import data from custom sources, such as proprietary databases or legacy calendar applications. Template styles can also be developed so calendar data can be reported in a format specific to your application or requirements. The PrintableCal API requires Microsoft Office 2007 or later, Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, and PrintableCal. You can download PrintableCal for free at http://www.printablecal.com.

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              • UTorrentClient Api
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              • BoogieBounce API
                BoogieBounce API

                The BoogieBounce API (84kb Win32 DLL) enables your application to recognize hundreds (600+) of email bounce formats. Easy to use, robust, extremely fast, and powerful, the BoogieBounce API was designed for professional developers who demand the best.

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              • IMDb API
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              • Readability API
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              • M2Convert API
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              • OWL API
                OWL API

                Java implementation for the OWL API is used to represent Semantic Web ontologies and is focused towards OWL Lite, OWL DL and OWL 1.1 and offers an interface to inference engines and validation functionality. The OWL API is a Java interface and implementation for the W3C Web Ontology Language OWL. OWL API is used to represent Semantic Web ontologies. The API is focused towards OWL Lite, OWL DL and OWL 1.1 and offers an interface to inference engines and validation functionality. Requirements: · Java What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · The getOntologyURIs method on AutoURIMapper would return physical rather than logic URIs. Fixed. · Namespaces for annotation URIs weren't generated. Fixed. · Removing a subclass axiom from an ontology cause the axiom to be added to the ontology as a GCI. Fixed. · When parsing an ontology, the accept types has been set to include RDF/XML. This means that ontologies can be parsed correctly from servers that are configured to return RDF or HTML depending on the request type. · OWL/XML writer has been modified to write the datatype URI attribute name correctly. Previously the name was written as "Datatype", however it should be "datatypeURI". · OWL/XML parser. Modified the constant handler to parse constants using the correct datatype URI attribute name (was "Datatype" and should have been "datatypeURI"). · The constructor that required a manager in BidirectionalShortFormProviderAdapter did not rebuild the cache. Fixed. · Unqualified cardinality restrictions were rendered out as qualified cardinality restrictions. Fixed. · Saving an ontology would fail if the necessary directories did not exist. Fixed. · Rendering anonymous property inverses in OWL/XML was incorrect. Fixed. · Label and Comment annotations in the functional syntax weren't parsed properly, they were parsed as regular annotations. Fixed. · In the OWLXMLParserHandler, no handler for negative data property assertions was registered. Fixed. · Annotations that have anonymous individuals as values weren't rendered correctly. Fixed. · RDFXMLOntologyStorer and RDFXMLRenderer always used the ontology format that is obtainable from the manager, regardless of whether or not a custom ontology format was specified fixed. · Rules that contained individual or data value objects couldn't be rendered. Fixed. · Declaration axioms were automatically added for data properties whether an ontology contained declaredAs triples or not. Fixed. · Anonymous properties weren't rendered correcty. Fixed. · RDF rendering for sub property axioms whose sub property is a property chain used an old rendering. The rendering now complies with the latest OWL 2 specification. Ontologies that use the old rendering can still be parsed. · RDF lists were reordered on rendering. Fixed. · Added support for building using ANT · OWL 1.1 namespaces changed to OWL 2. Old ontologies that are written using the owl11 namespace will still load, but will be converted to use the owl2 namespace. · Updated the RDF parser and RDF renderer to support AllDisjointClasses and AllDisjointProperties · Added the ability to save ontologies in Turtle. · Added the ability to load ontologies that are written in Turtle · Added explanation code contributed by Clark & Parsia · Added a KRSS renderer (contributed by Olaf Noppens) · Added a new, more comprehensive KRSS parser (contributed by Olaf Noppens). This parser can parser the version of the KRSS syntax that is used by Racer. · Added the ability to specify a connection timeout for URL connections via a system property (owlapi.connectionTimeOut) the default value for the timeout is 20 seconds. · Added a method to OWLOntologyManager to clear all registered URI mappers · Added a method to OWLOntologyManager so that imports can be obtained by an imports declaration. · Added a convenience method to OWLOntologyManager to add a set of axioms to an ontology without having to create the AddAxiom changes · Added a makeLoadImportsRequest method on OWLOntologyManager which should be used by parsers and other loaders in order to load imports · Added the ability to set an option for silent missing imports handling on OWLOntologyManager. When this option is set, exceptions are not thrown when imports cannot be found or cannot be loaded. It is possible to set a listeners that gets informed when an import cannot be found, so that the exception doesn't get lost entirely. · Added the ability to add a ontology loader listener to OWLOntologyManager. The listener gets informed when the loading process for an ontology starts and finishes (which ontology is being loaded, from where and whether it was successfully loaded etc.). · Added a method to OWLReasonerFactory to obtain the human readable name of the reasoner that a factory creates. · Added a convenience method to OWLOntology to obtain all referenced entities · Added convenience methods to OWLEntity that check whether the entity is an OWLClass, OWLObjectProperty, OWLDataProperty, OWLIndividual or OWLDataType. Also added asXXX to obtain an entity in its more specific form. · Added convenience methods to OWLDataFactory for creating disjoint class axioms and equivalent classes axioms. · Added a general purpose renderer interface for OWLObjects · Added an OWLInconsistentOntologyException to the inference module. · Added SKOS core to the list of well known namespaces · Added a SKOS vocabulary enum · Added methods to the OWLOntologyManager interface, so that ontologies can be saved to an output target as well as a URI. Added implementations of OWLOntologyOutputTarget to enable writing directly to OutputStreams and Writers. · Added a StringOutputTarget for writing ontologies into a buffer that can be obtained as a string. · Added some new input sources: StreamInputSource, ReaderInputSource, FileInputSource · RDF Parser. Made the description translator selector more intelligent so that when properties aren't typed as either object or data properties, other triples are examined to take the appropriate choice. · OWLRestrictedDataRangeFacetVocabulary. Added methods to obtain facets by their symbolic name (e.g. >=) · BidirectionalShortFormProvider. Added a method to obtain all short forms cached by the provider. · Added an option to turn tabbing on/off when rendering Manchester Syntax · Added more documentation for the method which adds ontology URI mappers · Improved error handling when loading ontologies: For errors that have nothing to do with parse errors e.g. unknown host exceptions, the factory will · rethrow the error at the earliest opportunity rather than trying all parsers. · Updated parser to throw ManchesterOWLSyntaxOntologyParserException which is a more specific type of OWLParserException · Updated the BidirectionalShortFormProviderAdapter with functionality to track ontology changes and update the rendering cache depending on whether entities are referenced or not. · Added a latex renderer for rendering ontology axioms in a latex format · Added the ability to parse ontologies written in ManchesterOWLSyntax · Added URIShortFormProvider as a general purpose interface for providing short forms for URIs. Changed SimpleShortFormProvider to use the SimpleURIShortFormProvider as a base · Made the toString rendering of the default implementation pluggable via the ToStringRenderer singleton class. · Added some convenience methods to the OWLDataFactory to make creating certain types of objects less tedious. Specifically: ObjectIntersectionOf, ObjectUnionOf, ObjectOneOf and DataOneOf can now be created using methods that take a variable number of arguments (OWLDescriptions, OWLIndividuals or OWLConstants as appropriate). Also, added convenience methods that create typed constants directly from Java Strings, ints, doubles, floats and booleans. For example, createOWLTypedConstant(3) will create a typed constant with a lexical value of "3" and a datatype of xsd:integer. Added convenice methods for creating entity annotations without manually having to create OWLAnnotation objects. · Added a getAxiomType method on to the OWLAxiom interface for convenience. · Added functionality to the debugging module for ordering explanations · Added generics to the inferred axiom generator API · Added a new constructor to OWLOntologyNamespaceManager so that it is possible to override the ontology format that is used as a hint when generating namespaces. · Added a dlsyntax renderer module that can renderer axioms etc. in the traditional dlsyntax using unicode for the dlsyntax symbols. · Modified the RDFXMLNamespaceManager to select the minimal amount of entities for which namespaces need to be generated. Namespaces are only generated for classes in OWLClassAssertionAxioms, and properties in OWLObjectPropertyAssertionAxioms and OWLDataPropertyAssertionAxioms. This basically corresponds to the places where valid QNames are needed for entities. · Added code to add declarations for "dangling entities". If an RDF graph contains and ClsA has not been referenced by any other axioms then this would have been dropped by the parser this has been changed so that declaration axioms are added to the ontology in such cases. (Hopefully, the OWL 1.1 spec will be updated to do something like this in the mapping to RDF graphs). · Added a utility class, AxiomSubjectProvider, which given an axiom returns an object which is regarded to be the "subject" of the axioms. For example given SubClassOf(ClsA ClsB), ClsA is regarded as being the subject. · Modified the ontology URI short form provider to provide nicer looking short forms. · Added a convenience method to get the individuals that have been asserted to be an instance of an OWLClass. · Commons lang is no longer used in the API because it had been replaced with a lightweight utility class in order to escape strings. · Removed the fragments module and replaced it with the profiles module. The EL++ profile is currently implemented. · Added support for extended visitors that can return objects in the visit method. · Turned off logging in the RDF parser classes by default.

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              • COM API
                COM API

                COM API is a virtual serial port creation and management software. Essentially reduces development efforts for creation of applications with virtual ports interaction. It allows creating systems with legacy components, which could transfer data only to serial port. It allows taking serial stream and converting data using any other protocol. The software is easy-to-use and is highly secure.

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              • Api Tester
                Api Tester

                Api Tester - Test web services and general api calls Api Tester is a free application thatwill help you test web services, general api calls, and others.

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              • Smack API
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