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- Alf.io is a powerful tool for your events. Secure, fair, PCI-Compliant, reliable. With Alf.io you can: - sell / distribute tickets for your events - manage reservations, invoicing, and payments through backoffice - check in the attendees using the mobile app (Android/iOS), or - check in the attendees and print their badges on-site using the dedicated RaspberryPi-based station - let exhibitors collect leads by scanning attendees' badge, in a GDPR-Compliant way
- GeoNature is a suite composed of six different tools for the collection, management and distribution of wildlife data, and the administration of users and taxonomy repositories. The purpose of this suite is to build a tool that presents updated information on all sightings of the local species spotted by the national park’s agents.
- Build amazing native and progressive web apps with open web technologies. One app running on everything.
- Federated (ActivityPub) video streaming platform using P2P (BitTorrent) directly in the web browser with WebTorrent and Angular. It provides a platform anyone can host to build a video community while contributing to a larger federated network of other video instances. The technologies lower the burden on one's server by using P2P technology. It not only federates between PeerTube instances, but also with the larger fediverse network (Mastodon, Pleroma, Hubzilla, etc.).
- Communicate the way you want with Riot - a universal secure chat app entirely under your control. Riot is for everyone, from casual chat to high powered collaboration and is built on the Matrix protocol, a standard for open, decentralised communication.
- An integrated development environment (IDE) for R. R is a programming language and software environment. RStudioIt includes a console, syntax-highlighting editor that supports direct code execution, tools for plotting, history, debugging and workspace management.
- Ruffle aims to become a drop-in replacement for the defunct Adobe Flash Player by playing .swf files inside a sandbox environment. It avoids all the security pitfalls of Flash thanks to the safety of the modern browser sandbox and the memory safety guarantees of Rust. Websites using Ruffle work by themselves. Websites with flash content not using Ruffle need the Ruffle browser plugin in order to work. A desktop application also exists for running Flash content without a browser. Thanks to Ruffle, many flash creations created in the past can now be played again.
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