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|Aglets Software Development Kit
Analog is a program to analyse the logfiles from your web server. It tells you which pages are most popular, which countries people are visiting from, which sites they tried to follow broken links from, etc. It is fast, free, and highly configurable. Analog is written in standard C and can run under Windows (all versions), DOS, Mac, Unix, Linux, OS/2, OpenVMS, Acorn RiscOS, BeOS and BS2000/OSD. The program and documentation are available in 30 languages, with mirror sites all over the world.
|Data Architect for DB2 Content Manager
Data-modeling tools and infrastructure for creating reusable model assets for DB2 Content Manager applications.
|DB2 XML Extender
DB2 XML Extender lets you leverage critical business information in DB2 databases using XML-based interchange formats.
|IBM Page Detailer
A graphical tool that enables Web content providers to rapidly and accurately measure client side performance of Web pages.
|Ontology-based Web Services for Business Integration
A semantic Web services proof-of-concept demonstration for the industrial sector that shows service discovery, composition, and business process transformation.
|Portable Network Graphics
The Portable Network Graphics (PNG) format was designed to replace the older and simpler GIF format and, to some extent, the much more complex TIFF format. Advantages of the PNG format include lossless compression, alpha channels (variable transparency), gamma correction (cross-platform control of image brightness), and two-dimensional interlacing. PNG does not support multiple-image support, especially animations. PNG was and is intended to be a single-image format only. The home site provides history, technical documentation, and programming resources.
Watchfire® Bobby™ is a web accessibility desktop testing tool designed to help expose barriers to accessibility and encourage compliance with existing accessibility guidelines, including Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act and the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). Bobby spiders through a website and tests on a page-by-page basis to see if it meets several accessibility requirements, including readability by screen readers, the provision of text equivalents for all images, animated elements, audio and video displays. Bobby can see local web pages, as well as web pages behind your firewall. It performs over 90 accessibility checks. During a scan, Bobby checks HTML against select accessibility guidelines and then reports on the accessibility of each web page.