Enables model-based data export from relational databases; extracts consistent, referentially intact data from productive databases and inserts it in test databases; also removes old data that is no longer required from the database without damaging the integrity of the database; generates DbUnit datasets and structured XML, and sorts SQL DML statements. Fast and secure download from The H
Web-based LDAPv3 client that runs either with its built-in mini-HTTP server or under the control of a Fast CGI-enabled web server. Supports numerous LDAP bind methods and can display all schema references including inheritance in its integrated schema browser. Includes HTML templates for modifying input forms and LDIF templates for adding new entries.
Manages scientific articles, automatically extracts metadata and adds documents opened in the web browser to the library with a simple mouse-click. Can insert comments and mark points in the text in PDF files. Document quotations can be correctly marked and inserted into OpenOffice and Word. Enables teams to work together on parts of articles over the network.
App for recording working times. When you enter the key data, such as the type and location of activities, it assigns notes, a time-stamp and coloured labels to them. Logs details in a history and exports data as a CSV file. Available in the iTunes Store.
Bibliography manager for creating a literature database containing metadata, abstracts, the user's own notes and attachments for academic work. Integrates Bookends in MS Word and the word processor Mellel. The user can import the data from the reference databases PubMed and Library of Congress as well as the Amazon online shop.
Downloads map material from the internet directly to an iPhone for offline use, so you can still access previously viewed or loaded maps if you have no internet connection. Works in two modes, Online and Offline, but the tool always uses Online mode if there’s a connection. More information available on the manufacturer’s web site.
A version control system of the "distributed Source Code Management" type, used for managing projects. Each Git working directory stores your history and tracks changes without needing a central server or access to a network. Well-known on the open source scene as the development platform for the Linux Kernel, Ruby on Rails and Wine.
Derived from OpenOffice, with word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation and drawing programs. Upgrades and templates also available; also available as portable version. Fast and secure download from The H
Text editor, supports several programming and markup languages such as Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and Tcl, CSS, HTML and XML. Includes syntax highlighting, auto completion and a project manager. Expandable via XPI add-ons.
Powerful LaTeX editor with integrated tools and functions, such as syntax highlighting, 370 mathematical symbols and expressions, search and replace, and spelling checker. Also converts LaTeX into HTML format.