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Davenport is a servlet-based WebDAV gateway to a CIFS network. This allows you to access Windows/Samba shares using any web browser. WebDAV clients (such as Windows Web Folders) can upload and download from the shares as if they were local folders.
Microsoft NT LAN Manager (NTLM) Authentication Protocol implementation in java. This implementation is not OS-specific. It can be used on any platform. Single-sign-on (SSO) features can't be used with this implementation. To use SSO in windows environment please take a look at http://waffle.codeplex.com/ project. See NTLM description NtlmDescription. NTLM can be used in MS Office Communicator / Lync. It also can be used in windows network - Server Message Block (SMB). See example of usage ntlm-j
Electronic journal is a survivor for the ones who always forget bringing their journals with them, for the ones having problems with the concepts of design and UML styles, for the ones who need a mind map to thinking efficiently while brain-storming about problems or concepts of programming. e-Jo is not only for students but also for teachers and assistants. To observe the development process of students, to mark their works and to give feedback more efficiently; e-Jo is the right tool for you.
Typing Test is up for adoption!Are you a Chrome Web Store developer that wants to become the main developer for Typing Test? Email the main developer for more information. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org InfoTyping Test is a web application created by Corbin Davenport, a 13-year old web developer. The app tests your typing speed, and has various other features. Get the codeHead over to the Downloads page to download the code under the GNU Lesser General Public License. See the version histor
Codename-RPGA 3D role-playing game created by Dave Small's Object-Oriented Programming class, Spring 2009 at the University of Florida. Team MembersKevin Andrews Matthew Carroll Michael Cugini Mike Davenport Sam Delaney Kyle Fleming Phil Freo