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ngraph.path - Path finding in a graph

  •    Javascript

Fast path finding for arbitrary graphs. Play with a demo or watch it on YouTube. If you want to learn how the demo was made, please refer to the demo's source code. I tried to describe it in great details.

jQuery-Store-Locator-Plugin - A store locator plugin using Google Maps API version 3

  •    Javascript

This jQuery plugin takes advantage of Google Maps API version 3 to create an easy to implement store locator. No back-end programming is required, you just need to feed it KML, XML, or JSON data with all the location information. How you create the data file is up to you. I originally created this for a company that didn’t have many locations, so I just used a static XML file. You will need to geocode your locations beforehand or use a geocoding API service if you want to try to do it on the fly. The reason for this is that all free geocoding APIs have strict limits that would easily be exceeded. In the end, you're much better off storing the coordinates versus having to look them up for each location on each request. A note on the distance calculation: this plugin currently uses a distance function that I found on the blog of Chris Pietschmann. Google Maps API version 3 does include a distance calculation service (Google Distance Matrix API) but I decided not to use it because of the current request limits, which seem somewhat low. For v2 I also tried experimenting with the Directions API to request distances but also found the limits to be too restrictive. So, the distance calculation is “as the crow flies” instead of a road distance calculation. However, if you use the inline directions option that does provide the distance that's returned via the directions request.

DuinoFinder

  •    CSharp

a file manager for remote access via http




Dependency Finder

  •    DotNet

Dependency Finder is a tool that can help you get an overview of which projects and assemblies are refered and from where. The idea is that you choose a "root" folder. The application then recursivly goes through all the subfolders and find all your project files, .csproj that is

Super Find

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Super Find is a search utility tool for windows. It searches any type of files in the system very fast.


FileSystem - FileSystem is an application that allows you to browse the content of your iPhone disk, displaying file and folders, files contents, and detailed informations about file and folder permissions

  •    Objective-C

FileSystem is an application that allows you to browse the content of your iPhone disk, displaying file and folders, files contents, and detailed informations about file and folder permissions. No file editing nor folder creation can be done through this application. It is intended to developers, to learn about the internal organisation of the iOS file system. FileSystem is an universal application, meaning you can use it on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. It requires at least iOS 4.0. Latest versions of iOS, as well as latest iOS devices (iPhone 5, iPad Mini) are fully supported.

locate-path - Get the first path that exists on disk of multiple paths

  •    Javascript

Here we find the first file that exists on disk, in array order.Returns a Promise for the first path that exists or undefined if none exists.

LTFinderButtons - My Finder buttons collection for macOS.

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My Finder buttons collection for macOS. Download or git clone the buttons in a proper place. Hold on command button and drag each one into your Finder toolbar.

fe - A super-fast and easy to use command line fuzzy file searcher built with the rust programming language

  •    Rust

Fe is a sophisticated, yet simple to use file listing utility. Use Fe to list files in a directory or to recursively find files by their names using a fuzzy pattern. Fe's speeds are comparable to find, and often times faster. Homebrew and debian/aptitude packages with binaries are planned.