The AccountManager library is a drop-in solution for multi-organization and multi-user management. It defines its own user accounts and permission structure, and uses a generic methodology for defining groups and roles. AccountManager is in its third version, is a port from the original Java version. It was written to address a need for a lightweight directory service that could store account information across multiple organizations, user data, and complex permission relationships.
AccountManager currently supports .NET 2.0 and Mono, SQL, SQLExpress, and MySQL.
Vault encrypts files for delivery to a pre-determined computer. It is useful for physically transferring files between computers when a network connection is not available or practical, or when it is desirable to only allow a file to be decrypted on a particular computer. The Vault approach is to use a mobile installation in tandem with a SQL Express database (ie: via USB fob, memory card, or even as a normal email attachment).
Active Source is a context-menu extension for Internet Explorer that provides access to the live DOM of a given page. Includes built-in support for Page Scope, and auto-discovery of Function Monitor metrics. Other features include searching frames for variable references, frame context switching, and event scouring across frames.
Engine for Web Applications is a client-side development framework. Started in 2002, it is one of the first AJAX libraries.
Image Browser is a Java Web application designed to browse through large image archives, auto-generate thumbnails, and automatically resize image dimensions for display on the Web.
libXmlRequest is the XML library from Engine for Web Applications, released as a standalone module. It is easy to use and is continually updated as various browsers improve XMLHTTP and XSL support.
Page Scope is a useful script for building a layered and browsable DOM for a given page. It is built-in to Active Source for ease of use, and can be implemented stand-alone by using the provided viewer.
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