Enables the user to develop personal web applications that can interact with Invision Power Board (IPB) from IP.Board version 2.2 onwards. Features modules for generating forums, blogs and surveys with user management.
Decompiler for Java programs. Uses the byte code in CLASS files to reconstruct the associated Java source code. Supports JAR archives. Available both as a standalone version and as a plug-in for the Eclipse development environment
A software platform for creating rich internet applications (RIA). Features a compiler, runtime tools and libraries, as well as NetBeans IDE. Other features include customisable UI controls, new layout classes (tile, stack, flow, ClipView, panel), support for RSS/Atom Feeds and a revised model for asynchronous operational processes. Further information can be found at heise online.
Development environment for creating Android apps. Includes an editor for creating loops, decisions and function calls for the app logic, as well as a module for editing the graphical interface in the browser. Completed apps can currently only be tested on genuine Android mobile phones.
Expands Visual-Studio to an SVN client for versioning. Executes the most common SVN functions directly in the IDE. Generates overviews of log entries and version differentiation for one or more files. Download requires registration.
Allows you to cheat at computer games. A scanner monitors memory for value modifications. Includes a disassembler and debugger. Can also create cheat patches (trainer) and offers a comprehensive tutorial. Be aware, some virus scanners may treat this as spyware.
Development environment (SDK), formerly called ATI Stream, that enables you to use the computing power of AMD graphics card shader processors for processor-intensive tasks. The Brook+ compiler can currently handle 8- and 16-bit data types. It ensures interoperability with the DirectX API and provides improved support for Visual Studio 2008.
Open source UML editor; can create custom UML elements; includes sequence and activity diagrams; finished diagrams can be exported to to EPS, PDF, JPG, SVG and the clipboard. Also available as a plug-in for Eclipse.
Environment for the development of Java-based applications for Google’s open-source mobile platform Android. Includes Dalvik VM to allow emulation of mobile devices and a debugging system. Also available as a plugin for Eclipse as well as Android NDK.
Free WYSIWYG XML editor. Supports popular document types such as DITA, Docbook and XHTML, renders documents with XSLT/XSL-FO stylesheets, offers real-time validation against XML schema, provides Unicode support and includes a spell checker for over 30 languages. Fast and secure download from The H
Add-in for Visual Studio that automatically adds comments to the XML documentation; these comments are either loaded from the code for the classes and interfaces or from methods, properties and parameters.
Programmable multi-processor disassembler and debugger for Windows, Mac and Linux, with text display and graphics mode. The older version 4.9 is available for free for non-commercial use. Information on version 6 at The H.