It is integrated with Google Maps, Google Earth + OpenLayers and enables you to take control of the maps in means of function and presentation.
With the help of its modular architecture, the functionality can be improved without touching the core and there are already extension created like the ones for Flickr, FourSquare, Youtube and more.
The framework is well-documented and supported with examples.
debugConsole is a tool for easily debugging and tracing PHP5 applications both on production and development servers without effecting the live-traffic.
Normally, PHP functions enable us to inspect variables, watch changes in them, set checkpoints and write logfiles.
Additionally, debugConsole replaces the PHP error handling so that notices, warnings and errors are shown in a popup too, rather than displaying them in the application to be debugged.
Optionally, IP-based access restrictions can be set to make sure that the popup opens for only developers but not for visitors.
The tool can be configured to debug a given timespan and checkpoints can be added in your scripts to check which lines of code were passed.
Also, you can filter events and record the logs into files for future inspection.
Requirements: PHP 5.0.1+
wdCalendar is a jQuery plugin that enables us to create an event calendar that functions similar to the popular Google Calendar.
With a drag'n drop interface and feature-rich API, it is possible to create, update or delete events easily.
It has custom views for day, week or month where you can easily go to a selected date (also with the help of provided JS methods).
Usually, multi-day events are complicated, however, wdCalendar handles them well.
P.S. The resource website also shares other useful plugins for a tree menu display, date-picker and more.
Deltacloud is a Ruby gem which removes the differences between APIs of various cloud service providers and offers a single API that can communicate with them.
It is a simple and easy-to-use REST API which already supports Amazon EC2, GoGrid, Rackspace, OpenNebula, RimuHosting and more.
There is also an open source and web-based interface, Deltacloud Aggregator, which enables you to:
- view image status and stats across clouds, all in one place
- migrate instances from one cloud to another
- manage images locally and provision them on any cloud
The API is great for any Ruby developer who is using cloud services as there may always be a need for switching providers.
KCFinder is an open source and web-based file manager, built with PHP, that is inspired from the popular CKFinder.
It has a completely Ajaxed interface and can be integrated easily with other applications like FCKeditor, CKEditor, and TinyMCE WYSIWYG web editors (or anything custom).
The file manager has a context menu when right-clicked on any item that shows options like rename, delete, download, etc.
It has a clipboard functionality for copying and moving files, images can be auto-resized to a pre-defined width-height when they are uplaoded.
Also, KCFinder has a multilanguage interface which can be customized with CSS.
Requirements: PHP5+ with GD extension