ASP.NET Programming Languages Primer is a tutorial which explains you how to create web applications in ASP.NET using three languages such as C#, Visual Basic, and JScript. In this tutorial the author clearly shows how to write statements and comments using these three languages with a sample code. This tutorial also helps you to know about declaring variables and initialize value in Visual Basic, C# and Jscript.
Unicode Translator using ITRANS transliteration for Indian languages like Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Kannada. Open Source project using Java as the development environment. Both stand-alone using Swing and web based using Applet are provided.
SuperWikia Alpha Allcode is a directory server application for all SuperWikia Alpha compatible programming languages and SDK/API/IDE applications. The Allcode uses SuperWikia Alpha to compile the mass codebase and its accessible directory system.
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The MCAPL Project provides a tool for prototyping BDI agent programming languages and model checking programs written in these languages via an interface to the JavaPathfinder model checker.
CodeLite is a powerful open-source, cross platform code editor for the C/C programming languages (regulary tested on Windows XP sp2, (K)Ubuntu 7.10 / 8.04, Fedora Core 6, Debian lenny/sid and Mac OSX 10.5.2).
CodeLite uses a...
MuLanPa is a source-analyser with a configurable parser and may be may be used for several programming-languages. Its xml-output should be used for tools like project-browsers or code-viewers like moritz (www.sourceforge.net/projects/moritz/) .
BlitzEdit is an open source IDE for the programming languages BlitzBasic and BlitzMax.
Replacement for HediT, HTML editor with support for other web related programming languages
Code Poet is an Integrated Development Environment for compiled languages, but primarily aimed at the D programming language. It is written in C++ using wxWidgets and boost.
AnyEdit is a highly customizable Development Environment for multiple programming languages. It supports a syntax highlighting, tools, powerful search options and much more.
CreaCod - Source Code creator for different data bases and different programming languages. The program generates, using templates, classes for communication with the data base, and the source code for view, add, edit and remove the information.
Programming languages, software tools, and datasets for working with digital representations of diagrams in Ancient Science and Mathematics. Areas of focus for the project include navigation, production, assertion and querying of diagrammatic...
A processor for xml-transformations based on a processing model, which allows to define the transformations by stepwise refinement, in structured (imperative) programming languages and with respect to a given xml-target language.
highlight (hl) is a less-like console application for syntax highlighting which allows you to browse quickly through up to 12 different source code files in different programming languages and exports to HTML for documentation.
XDev is open and free set of compilers, additional tools, libraries and design patterns for cross-platform and embedded development in modular programming languages.
You can develop projects in several languages at once. You can develop...
IDLe is a modular, OS independent SDK, providing a virtual machine, and compilers for high-level programming languages. Supports callback functions to host program, self-modifying code, etc.
LLVM is a unique compiler infrastructure designed for the optimization of programs from arbitrary programming languages. Compilation in C and C++ programs is supported using a parser based on GCC 3.4. Backends exist for X86, Sparc, PowerPC and...
An interactive debugger for XSLT and XSLT like programming languages.
A collection of compilers, runtime libraries and tools for developing Java programs in other programming languages. Morpheus enables a developer to pick the best language for solving the problem at hand while still targetting the Java Virtual...