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Unnode.js is a framework that makes creating Node.js back ends easy. It provides you with process clustering, proper logging, web backend abstraction and vhosts (domain-based routing). It’s small, simple and doesn’t force you into a strict framework-structure; you can still organize your project as you like.



2018 (no longer maintained)
Deprecated in favor of Blitz App

LoLQ is a windows desktop app that brings summoner and champion statistics to the League of Legends champ select screen. It utilizes Tesseract-OCR as a computer vision engine to autodetect summoner and champion names. Data is served to clients via a custom-written Node.js/Express server. The server utilizes the Riot Games API and API as its backend.

Client is coded using JavaScript (Node.js / ElectronJS)

Server is coded using JavaScript (Node.js / Express), utilizing MySQL and Redis in-memory databases as a long-term and short-term cache, respectively.

Running in the Amazon cloud.

Auxiliary code in C# and PHP.

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2004 (no longer maintained)

OerPerl is a Perl-scriptable IRC bot based on the oer bot by EQU.

It embeds a Perl-interpreter to C  code.

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2004 (no longer maintained)

RWE is a small helper library written in PHP that helps organize the files and functionality of a dynamic PHP website.

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AE Engine

2003, 2004 (no longer maintained)

AE Engine is a free 3D Engine. It uses OpenGL for graphics rendering and SDL to interface with the operating system. Its main goal is to be fast, flexible and easy to use.

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OpenGL Demo Template

2003 (no longer maintained)

This is an OpenGL template code, written in C for speed and simplicity. It uses native X and Win32 calls for window management, thus requiring only OpenGL for operation (no GLUT, SDL, etc needed) and only the OpenGL headers and libs and GLU for compiling.

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