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Explore Nproxy

About

NProxy

A cli proxy tool specialized in file replacing

Why NProxy

Maybe you have such question as why NProxy when we have Fiddler, Charles, Rythem and Tinyproxy. Yes, there is no doubt that they are all great tools, however they don't meet my requirements:

  • Support Mac, Linux and Windows(especially Mac and Linux)
  • Support replacing combo files with separated source files
  • Support directory mapping This is the main reason why NProxy is here. Besides, NProxy can improve the efficiency of my daily development for enterprise-level product with a bunch of complex building processes, which cost me lots of time. I've written a post named NProxy: The Mjolnir for UI Developers and a keynote NProxy: A Sharp Weapon for UI Developers to explain my reason for developing NProxy in detail.

    Features

  • Support Mac, Linux and Windows
  • Support both single file and combo file replacing
  • Support directory mapping with any files
  • Support both HTTP and HTTPS

7 hours

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Learn SmileTouchID

About

SmileTouchID

A library for integrate Touch ID & Passcode to iOS App conveniently.

What can it do for you?

1. Handle all complicated things about Touch ID & Passcode. You just need to write a few simple code to integrate Touch ID & Passcode to your app.

For example, handle the device that not support Touch ID, instead of Touch ID, use Passcode for authentication. handle the whole process about securing the app (the user change passcode or turn passcode off), if ([SmileAuthenticator hasPassword]) { }

2. Get elegant animation and adaptive UI automatically.

3. Can customize the colorTouch ID icon and background image to fit your app style. For example, you can customize like the below image.

You can use the property nightMode to change all the UI element to black style, like the below image.

4. Can customize the passcode digit to 6 or 10, or any number, automatically handle other things for you.

If you want to try this feature in the demo app, before you try to change passcodeDigit to new number, make sure turn off the passcode switch, because the keychain will save your old passcode even you delete the app, so you have to clear the old passcode in keychain, and then change new digit for test.

5. Support iOS7 and later.

In iOS7, because Apple had not given the TouchID API to developers, only use Passcode for authentication.

Theoretical Introduction

The main class is the SmileAuthenticator. It has a property SecurityType that has four types INPUT_ONCE, INPUT_TWICE, INPUT_THREE, INPUT_TOUCHID. The reason for this name is that show the user input times. INPUT_ONCE: For the user turn the passcode switch off, user need input their passcode only one time for turn the password off. INPUT_TWICE: For the user turn the password switch on, user need input their password once and re-enter their password one more time for confirm it to match each other. INPUT_THREE: For the user change the password, user need input their old passcode one time, then input their new passcode one time and re-enter one time for confirm, a total of three times. INPUT_TOUCHID: For the user open the app, user can use touch ID or input passcode to unlock.


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Discover Knapsack

About

Knapsack

Collection pipeline library for PHP Knapsack is a collection library for PHP >= 5.6 that implements most of the sequence operations proposed by Clojures sequences plus some additional ones. All its features are available as functions (for functional programming) and as a collection pipeline object methods. The heart of Knapsack is its Collection class. However its every method calls a simple function with the same name that does the actual heavy lifting. These are located in DusanKasan\Knapsack namespace and you can find them here. Collection is a Traversable implementor (via IteratorAggregate) that accepts Traversable object, array or even a callable that produces a Traversable object or array as constructor argument. It provides most of Clojures sequence functionality plus some extra features. It is also immutable - operations preformed on the collection will return new collection (or value) instead of modifying the original collection.

Most of the methods of Collection return lazy collections (such as filter/map/etc.). However, some return non-lazy collections (reverse) or simple values (count). For these operations all of the items in the collection must be iterated over (and realized). There are also operations (drop) that iterate over some items of the collection but do not affect/return them in the result. This behaviour as well as laziness is noted for each of the operations.
If you want more example usage beyond what is provided here, check the specs and/or scenarios. There are also performance tests you can run on your machine and see the computation time impact of this library (the output of these is included below). Feel free to report any issues you find. I will do my best to fix them as soon as possible, but community pull requests to fix them are more than welcome.


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Learn SysAdminBoard

About

SysAdminBoard

SysAdminBoard is a simple dashboard system written in Python, HTML and Javascript and served on a simple CherryPy Webserver (included). It was originally written to reformat snmp data for the Panic Statusboard iPad App, but has since become a fully stand-alone project that can grab data from a variety of sources and render charts and graphs in a web browser. Here is an older photo our installation. We use some small ASUS chromeboxes along with the Chrome Kiosk extension to display our dashboards.

Features

VMware vSphere ESX Host Monitoring

This module will talk to a VMware vSphere vCenter server using VMware APIs to get data about ESX hosts. Items are sorted based on top CPU usage over a 30 minute period.

VMware vSphere VM Monitoring

This module will talk to a VMware vSphere vCenter server using VMware APIs to get data about the top ESX VMs. Items are sorted based on top CPU usage over a 30 minute period.

Network Bandwidth Monitoring

This module demonstrates how to grab network bandwidth data. In the first image, it is pulling in snmp data from a Palo Alto Firewall. In the second image, it is pulling snmp data some VLANs on a Cisco Catalyst 6880 switch.

SNMP Network Monitoring

This module demonstrates how to grab SNMP table data. In this case, it is pulling in ISDN values from a Cisco Voice Gateway to show the number of active phone calls.

SNMP Temperature Gadget

This module talks to a couple different APC devices to pull in temperature, humidity, voltage and runtime data.

Exchange Monitoring

This module monitors a Microsoft Exchange server to display SMTP message totals for the day along with RPC and latency information (per CAS server). Note that this code requires my pyPerfmon app running on each Exchange server to be monitored.

Tintri Monitoring

This module monitors a Tintri hybrid storage device using REST API calls.

Rubrik Monitoring

This module monitors a Rubrik backup system using REST API calls.

Nutanix Monitoring

This module monitors a Nutanix hyperconverged system using REST API calls. The first image shows cluster monitoring. The second Nutanix gadget shows per-VM storage monitoring. It shows the top X VMs in the cluster sorted by IOPS based over a 30 minute window.

Weather

This is a simple javascript-only weather gadget that pulls data from OpenWeatherMap.org. If you use this gadget, please sign up for a free APPID on that site and edit the source file to include your code.

Clock

This is a great javascript-only clock from YXKFW.

 


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Know Bashible

About

BASHIBLE

Bashible is a deployment/automation tool written in Bash (DSL). Inspired by Ansible. Simplifies things and prevents usual mistakes. Features: At the moment, bashible has been used on Arch linux. It may not be compatible with other platforms, because it internally uses GNU/sed, grep, etc. Suggestions and bugfixes are welcome!

Example output

Example script.bash

@ represents a block of tasks, - represents a task. Both @ and - are just bash functions with arguments.

!/usr/local/bin/bashible

the working directory is automatically set to the script's

all tasks will stop execution immediately on failure, unless prefixed by "may_fail"

@ Synchronizing files @ Shutting down the machine @ Sending an e-mail unless synchronization succeeded Rewritten into pure Bash, the example above could look like this,

!/bin/bash

cd dirname $0 set -eux -o pipefail echo Synchronizing files if rsync -av /foo /bar; then echo Shutting down the machine if test -f /etc/do-shutdown; then shutdown -h now fi else echo 


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Learn Mintotp

About

MinTOTP

MinTOTP is a minimal TOTP generator written in Python. Contents

  • Introduction
  • Source Code
  • Install
    • From PyPI
    • From GitHub
  • Get Started
    • With Base32 Key
    • With QR Code
  • Protect Key with GPG
    • Install GPG
    • Encrypt Base32 Key with GPG
    • Encrypt QR Code with GPG
  • Usage
    • Multiple Keys
    • Command Line Arguments
  • Tradeoff
  • Alternative: OATH Toolkit
  • Resources
  • License
  • Thanks Introduction TOTP stands for Time-Based One-Time Password. Many websites and services require two-factor authentication (2FA) or multi-factor authentication (MFA) where the user is required to present two or more pieces of evidence: A TOTP value serves as the second factor, i.e., it proves that the user is in possession of a device (e.g., mobile phone) that contains a TOTP secret key from which the TOTP value is generated. Usually the service provider that provides a user's account also issues a secret key encoded either as a Base32 string or as a QR code. This secret key is added to an authenticator app (e.g., Google Authenticator) on a mobile device. The app can then generate TOTP values based on the current time. By default, it generates a new TOTP value every 30 seconds. MinTOTP is a Python tool that can be used to generate TOTP values from a secret key. Additionally, it exposes its functionality as module-level functions for Python developers. It can be used on any system with Python 3.4 or later installed on it. Source Code At the heart of the TOTP algorithm lies the HOTP algorithm. HOTP stands for HMAC-based One-Time Password. HMAC stands for Hash-based Message Authentication Code. Here are the relevant RFCs to learn more about these algorithms: The source code in [mintotp.py][src] generates TOTP values from a secret key and current time. It's just 30 lines of code (actually 20 lines if we ignore the shebang and blank lines). There are no comments in the code, so a brief description of the code is presented in this section. Here is the entire code presented once again for convenience:

    !/usr/bin/python3

    import base64 import hmac import struct import sys import time def hotp(key, counter, digits=6, digest='sha1'): key = base64.b32decode(key.upper() + '=' ((8 - len(key)) % 8)) counter = struct.pack('>Q', counter) mac = hmac.new(key, counter, digest).digest() offset = mac[-1] & 0x0f binary = struct.unpack('>L', mac[offset:offset+4])[0] & 0x7fffffff return str(binary)[-digits:].rjust(digits, '0') def totp(key, time_step=30, digits=6, digest='sha1'): return hotp(key, int(time.time() / time_step), digits, digest) def main(): args = [int(x) if x.isdigit() else x for x in sys.argv[1:]] for key in sys.stdin: print(totp(key.strip(), args)) if name == 'main': main() In the code above, we use the hmac module available in the Python standard library to implement HOTP. The implementation can be found in the hotp() function. It is a pretty straightforward implementation of Base32-encoded secret key and a counter as input. It returns a 6-digit HOTP value as output. The totp() function implements the TOTP algorithm. It is a thin wrapper around the HOTP algorithm. The TOTP value is obtained by invoking the HOTP function with the secret key and the number of time intervals (30 second intervals by default) that have elapsed since Unix epoch (1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC).


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Learn Minos

About

What is Minos

Minos is a distributed deployment and monitoring system. It was initially developed and used at Xiaomi to deploy and manage the Hadoop, HBase and ZooKeeper clusters used in the company. Minos can be easily extended to support other systems, among which HDFS, YARN and Impala have been supported in the current release.

Components

The Minos system contains the following four components:

  • Client
  • Owl
  • Supervisor
  • Tank

    Client

    This is the command line client tool used to deploy and manage processes of various systems. You can use this client to perform various deployment tasks, e.g. installing, (re)starting, stopping a service. Currently, this client supports ZooKeeper, HDFS, HBase, YARN and Impala. It can be extended to support other systems. You can refer to the following Using Client to learn how to use it.

    Owl

    This is the dashboard system to display the status of all processes, where users can take a overview of the whole clusters managed by Minos. It collects data from servers through JMX interface. And it organizes pages in cluster, job and task corresponding to the definition in cluster configuration. It also provides some utils like health alerter, HDFS quota updater and quota reportor. You can refer to Installing Owl to learn how to install and use it.

    Supervisor

    This is the process management and monitoring system. Supervisor is an open source project, a client/server system that allows its users to monitor and control a number of processes on a UNIX-like operating system. Based on the version of supervisor-3.0b1, we extended Supervisor to support Minos. We implemented an RPC interface under the deployment directory, so that our deploy client can invoke the services supplied by supervisord. When deploying a Hadoop cluster for the first time, you need to set up supervisord on every production machine. This only needs to be done once. You can refer to Installing Supervisor to learn how to install and use it.

    Tank

    This is a simple package management Django app server for our deployment tool. When setting up a cluster for the first time, you should set up a tank server first. This also needs to be done only once. You can refer to Installing Tank to learn how to install and use it.

    Setting Up Minos on Centos/Ubuntu

    Prerequisites


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Know HapticButton

About

HapticButton

Description

HapticButton replicates the behavior of the buttons in the iOS 10 and 11 Control Center as well as in the Home app. A device with 3D Touch is required to fully experience the haptic feedback on supported devices. It is implemented as a subclass of UIControl, so feel free to further customize it to your needs. The user is required to press the button and activate 3D Touch with a minimum pressure threshold (you can specify the minimum value to trigger the button via the feedbackThreshold property). This allows for a cool interaction that gives a haptic feedback to the user when the button is triggered. For the best experience, install the example on a device. The example project shows how to set up HapticButton in a few different ways. @IBOutlet weak var button: HapticButton! button.mode = .label(text: "Hello! ") // Use the delegate method to be notified when the button is pressed. button.delegate = self let blurButton = HapticButton(mode: .image(image: #imageLiteral(resourceName: "swift"))) blurButton.addBlurView(style: .light) // Add custom target selector to the touch up inside event. blurButton.addTarget(self, action: #selector(blurButtonPressed(_:)), for: .touchUpInside) let blurButton = HapticButton(mode: .label(text: "Hello Blur!")) darkBlurButton.textLabel.textColor = .white darkBlurButton.addBlurView(style: .dark) // Pass closure to be invoked when the button is pressed. darkBlurButton.onPressed = { print("Dark blur button pressed.") }

Customizations

These are the public properties that allow you to customize the control. In case you are thinking to modify HapticButton even further, consider creating a Pull Request! public weak var delegate: HapticButtonDelegate? /// The closure invoked when the button is pressed. public var onPressed: Callback? /// The minimum pressure that the button press has to receive in order to trigger the related haptic feedback. The value has to be between 0 and 1 and the default is 0.25. public var feedbackThreshold = 0.25 /// If the button is in mode label, this UILabel is part of the button hierarchy. Modify this object directly for more customizations on the displayed text. public lazy var textLabel: UILabel /// If the button is in mode image, this UIImageView is part of the button hierarchy. Modify this object directly for more customizations on the displayed image. public lazy var imageView: UIImageView /// The current mode of the button. public var mode = HapticButtonMode.label(text: "Title")

Requirements

iOS 10.0 and Swift 3.2 are required. If you are using Swift 4, please use the swift4 branch.

Installation

HapticButton is available through CocoaPods. To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile: pod "HapticButton" You can also use Carthage if you prefer. Add this line to your Cartfile. github "BalestraPatrick/HapticButton"

Author

I'm Patrick Balestra.


7 hours

$1,990

Learn Simplehttp

About

simplehttp

simplehttp is a family of libraries and daemons built upon libevent that make high performance HTTP servers simple and straightforward to write. The following libraries and daemons are included:

  • buffered_socket - a simple abstraction on bufferevent for arbitrary TCP sockets
  • domain_socket - an async C library for creating, listening, and communicating over unix domain sockets
  • host_pool - a library for dealing with endpoint selection, pooling, failure, recovery, and backoff
  • profiler_stats - a library to track arbitrary profiler timings for average, 95%, 99%, 100% time
  • ps_to_http - a daemon built on top of pubsubclient to write messages from a source pubsub to destination simplequeue or pubsub server
  • ps_to_file - a daemon built on top of pubsubclient to write messages from a source pubsub to time rolled output files
  • pubsub - a daemon that receives data via HTTP POST events and writes to all subscribed long-lived HTTP connections
  • pubsub_filtered - a pubsub daemon with the ability to filter/obfuscate fields of a JSON message
  • pubsubclient - a library for writing clients that read from a pubsub
  • pysimplehttp - a python library for working with pubsub and simplequeue
  • qrencode
  • queuereader - a library for writing clients that read from a simplequeue and do work
  • simpleattributes
  • simplegeo
  • simplehttp
  • simpleleveldb - a HTTP CRUD interface to leveldb
  • simplememdb - an in-memory version of simpletokyo
  • simplequeue - an in memory queue with HTTP /put and /get endpoints to push and pop data
  • simpletokyo - a HTTP CRUD interface to front tokyo cabinet's ttserver
  • sortdb - sorted database server simplehttp Install Instructions


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Discover Battery Metrics

About

Battery Metrics

Battery Metrics is a lightweight android library to quickly instrument several metrics for understanding battery consumption. As a developer, it's surprisingly hard to understand how your application affects battery life on Android — relying on the operating system level reported battery level tends to be inaccurate (because the reported levels are fairly coarse, affected by every app running on the device and smoothed out) and while it's possible to get really good measurements locally you don't really know what sort of experience users are having in the wild. The library helps instrument hardware utilization to be able to understand how the application is behaving -- most of the underlying hardware metrics are either exposed by the OS, or not directly accessible -- which is where this library comes into play. We've written several metrics collectors that read from procfiles, or provide a consistent way to call into to instrument your application.

Adding BatteryMetrics

Add jcenter to your repositories repositories { jcenter() } And add dependencies on the projects you'd like to use in build.gradle dependencies { implementation 'com.facebook.battery:metrics:1.0.0' implementation 'com.facebook.battery:reporters:1.0.0' // optional implementation 'com.facebook.battery:serializers:1.0.0' // optional }

Quick Start

As a simple quickstart, let's instrument sample activity to check CPU time while the activity is being used in the foreground -- class SampleActivity extends Activity { private static final CpuMetricsCollector sCollector = new CpuMetricsCollector(); private final CpuMetrics mInitialMetrics = sCollector.createMetrics(); private final CpuMetrics mFinalMetrics = sCollector.createMetrics(); @Override protected void onResume() { super.onResume(); sCollector.getSnapshot(mInitialMetrics); } @Override protected void onPause() { super.onPause(); sCollector.getSnapshot(mFinalMetrics); Log.d("BatteryMetrics", mFinalMetrics.diff(mInitialMetrics).toString()); } } And foregrounding and background the application prints the metrics to logcat -- CpuMetrics{userTimeS=0.06, systemTimeS=0.04, childUserTimeS=0.0, childSystemTimeS=0.0}

Sample App


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Learn Sp Starter Kit

About

SharePoint Starter Kit v2

The SharePoint Starter Kit (starter kit) is a comprehensive solution designed for SharePoint Online and SharePoint 2019 which provides numerous SharePoint Framework (SPFx) web parts, extensions, and other components, as well as PnP PowerShell driven provisioning which you can use as an example and inspiration for your own customizations.

Starter Kit Version 1 includes a comprenshive strategy for only SharePoint Online, as well as a single SPFx solution that encapsulates all webparts and extensions into a single package. Version 1 may be accessed via the v1 branch for legacy purposes and will not be maintained beyond April 2020. Notice: There currently is not a direct path for upgrading an existing SharePoint Online tenant with the starter kit v1 to v2. V2 may be installed into a tenant with v1 already installed, by default, this will add a tenant wide duplicate all of webparts and extensions. It is recommended that the starter kit v1 be removed from a tenant before adding v2, or creating a custom installation of v2. Notice: the starter kit adds tenant level settings including themes, site designs, taxonomy term sets, and other adjustments. Therefore, it is recommended to test the starter kit in an isolated test tenant and not immediately execute it within your production environment.

Table of contents

Objectives of this solution

SharePoint Communication Sites and Team Sites have great out-of-the-box capabilities, although the out-of-the-box capabilities may not always be sufficient for your scenarios. This is exactly why SharePoint may be extended and you are able to include your own customizations. This solution addresses common scenarios and tasks you may encounter when introducing those customizations, and provides examples and guidance on how you might address and provision them including: Additional high resolution screenshots are also available: front page.

SharePoint Starter Kit v2 has following objectives

  • Extend the success of v1 by providing developers a customization and provisioning strategy for SharePoint
  • Demonstrate new SharePoint Online UX design and layout capabilities including:
  • Full height vertical columns
  • Compact headers
  • Mega menus
  • Background theming
  • SharePoint 2019 compatible starter kit with web parts and components supported by SharePoint 2019 - (provisioning template coming soon)
  • Support web parts, extensions, and libraries (SPO only) to be deployed one-by-one to tenants or farms
  • Demonstrate teams tab development with SharePoint Framework for suitable web parts in SharePoint Online
  • Demonstrate Microsoft Graph API and Graph Toolkit usage in SharePoint Online

    Pre-requirements

    Here are current pre-requirements for making this solution work in your tenant.

    1. You will need to be a tenant administrator to be able to deploy this solution
    2. Automatic end-to-end provisioning only works with English tenants
    3. Release preferences for your SharePoint Online tenant will need to be set as "Targeted release for everyone" option (also known as First Release)
    4. Add the tenant administrator account used during provisioning as Term Store Administrator in the Taxonomy Term Store through the SharePoint Admin Center (SPO) or Central Admin (SP2019)
    5. A tenant 'App Catalog' must have been created within the 'Apps' option of the SharePoint Admin Center (SPO) or Central Admin (SP2019) It is recommended that you wait up to 24 hours before attempting to provision this solution if any of the following are true
  • Your SharePoint tenant was just created
  • You just created your SharePoint tenant app catalog
  • You just set your tenant as "Targeted release for everyone" (SPO)

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Discover Rumale

About

Rumale

Rumale (Ruby machine learning) is a machine learning library in Ruby. Rumale provides machine learning algorithms with interfaces similar to Scikit-Learn in Python. Rumale supports Support Vector Machine, Logistic Regression, Ridge, Lasso, Multi-layer Perceptron, Naive Bayes, Decision Tree, Gradient Tree Boosting, Random Forest, K-Means, Gaussian Mixture Model, DBSCAN, Spectral Clustering, Mutidimensional Scaling, t-SNE, Fisher Discriminant Analysis, Neighbourhood Component Analysis, Principal Component Analysis, Non-negative Matrix Factorization, and many other algorithms.


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Work around with MySimMod

About

Manage your Sims 3 TM Mods - easily!

Did you wish ever to manage your Sims 3 TM Mods? Now, you don't have to wait longer! Install MySimMod and you can begin to install and uninstall Mods. And if you didn't configured your Game for Mods, MySimMod is also doing this! You can also install Mods over Windows Explorer. The Sims 3 is a registered Trademark of Electronic Arts


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Explore OpenRock Curling

About

OpenRock Curling is a free curling game with network support. It is written in Java and should run all platforms with JRE 6 or later.


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Learn Origin Corewar Evolver

About

Origin is a evolver for the programming game Corewars. Part of this project is a modified MARS (Memory Array Redcode Simulator) written in C especialy for evolvers. With SWIG its going to be very easy to use in different languages.


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Fundamentals of PoopmUp

About

As a child, you where tortured in the playground. You where a victim of the highschool hirarchy. You hacked hours on end, and build a machine that transphormed you into a bird. You are now free (as in speech) to fly around the city and poop on passers-by


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Learn Retain My Asset Names aka RMAN

About

Trainz™ Asset Name Manager

Retain My Asset Names (aka RMAN) is a definitive solution for Trainz™ users requiring maximum control and longevity of asset names for their installed assets. (™ Trainz is a registered trademark of N3V Games, Helensvale, Queensland, Australia


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Explore Ruleset Modeling Language

About

The RML project is working on a way of designing rulesets for games, virtual worlds and other simulations. It aims to enable design at a much higher level than is currently available and make it accessible to the more artistically inclined designer.


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Work around with SimBlob

About

SimBlob is a project to develop simulations that focus on interaction with the environment. Water flows, erodes the earth, alters river channels, forms lakes, and helps forests grow. Fires burn down forests. Volcanos reshape the landscape.


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Learn Simple AI in a 2D world

About

This project gives you a simple 2D world for playing with Artificial Intelligent actors. It contains of a world with objects. And a simple game, pyRugby, demonstrating the use of this world. All built in Python, using pygame for visualization.


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Basics of Simple Simulation Infrastructure

About

SimSimSim offers help for writing simulation-like programs, by taking care of mundane issues such as managing the display window, 3D rendering (X, OpenGL, etc), simulation control (start/stop), random number generation, settings, message.


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Basics of Simpsons Hit and run 4 android

About

A Simpsons Hit and Run Port for Android

Are you tired of being tied to the pc to play Simpsons Hit And Run Well now with this port you can play it on you android device (provided it has enough horses under the hood). Also with modding ability natively supported you can add to levels and not have major heartburn in the process! Oh and yes... because it will have better mod support, ill also port it to pc and linux (sorry i dont have a mac or ipad but when the code is done ill give the code to a frend and he'll do the porting to ios/osx devices so stay tune.)


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Work around with ATCJ Air Traffic Controller Game

About

ATCJ: Air Traffic Controller Game, let you direct flights into and out of the flight arena and airports, written in Java, small and portable, based on the classical UNIX terminal based Air Traffic Controller Game (atc) created by Ed James.


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Work around with aquarium chung

About

an open source virtual 3D aquarium using openGL

aquarium chung is a free open source photorealistic 3D openGL virtual aquarium written in compiled freebasic with hundreds fishes, plants and rocks, decors .You can also pilot a mini submarine among rhe fishes and explore vaste 3D undersea with terrain relief . Sea version aquarium_chung2 available .


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Work around with The American Bald Eagle

About

Have you ever wished you could fly like an eagle? Well, now you can. Just load the program and your away, soaring high over the Canadian Rockies with the eagles. The simulation gives you a feeling of freedom you may not have experienced with other flight sims. Nice scenery too.


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Work around with The Butterfly Effect

About

Physics Game like "The Incredible Machine"

An open source game that uses realistic physics simulations to combine lots of simple mechanical elements to achieve a simple goal in the most complex way possible.


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Fundamentals of The Gangsta Wrapper

About

An abstraction layer allowing the use of different physics libraries through a consistent API. It's possible to swap between different physics engines without altering code. Interfaces are provided to connect it to your visualisation framework of choice.


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