Blisk

Blisk

Web site: blisk.io
Category: Network
Subcategory: Web browsers
Platform: Android, iOS, Linux, OS X, Windows
License: Freeware
Interface: GUI
Programing language: C++
First release: May 9, 2016
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Blisk – a Chromium-based web browser that provides a tools for Web development and testing for different type of devices.

Used globally from the freelance segment to the enterprise level, Blisk helps web developers, quality assurance engineers, web designers, marketers, and other IT professionals develop and test modern web applications in half the time and never miss any issues.

More than 50 devices are integrated into Blisk. You can use mobiles, tablets, laptops, and desktops both standalone or multiple simultaneously.

When multiple, devices automatically follow each other by URL and scroll position. As a result, you work with the same portion of code across all opened devices.

Features:
– Side-by-side View – Place devices next to each other and compare the UI on mobile and desktop simultaneously. Avoid making mistakes while working on responsive markup and styles.
– Page Auto-refresh – Page Auto-refresh keeps the code updated to the latest version across devices. Web contents refresh automatically when you modify source code and save changes. If needed, the CSS can be updated asynchronously without refreshing the page.
– Error Notifications – Thanks to the built-in error monitor, you will immediately detect issues when you execute a new piece of code in Blisk. The sooner you identify an issue, the easier it is to fix it.
– Screenshots and Recorder – Take screenshots or record videos with automatic upload to our secure cloud storage. Share saved assets with your team or attach them to your bug reports.
– Integrations – Need to launch Blisk from Command Prompt or Terminal? Blisk runs smoothly regardless of your OS. You decide which devices, URL, and device orientation will startup.

The Lounge

The Lounge

Web site: thelounge.chat
Category: Network
Subcategory: IRC clients
Platform: Cross-platform
License: MIT
Interface: Web browser
Programing language: JavaScript, Vue
First release: 2015
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The Lounge – a modern, web based, self-hosted IRC client.

Features:
– Modern features brought to IRC. Push notifications, link previews, new message markers, and more bring IRC to the 21st century.
– Always connected. Remains connected to IRC servers while you are offline.
– Cross platform. It doesn’t matter what OS you use, it just works wherever Node.js runs.
– Responsive interface. The client works smoothly on every desktop, smartphone and tablet.
– Synchronized experience. Always resume where you left off no matter what device.
– Multi-user support. Supports multiple user accounts. Share your server with your friends.
– Free and open-source. The Lounge is open source and licensed under the MIT license.

Gmail

Gmail

Web site: google.com/gmail/about/
Category: Network
Subcategory: Email Clients
Platform: Android, iOS, Web browser
License: Freeware
Interface: GUI
Programing language:
First release: April 1, 2004
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Gmail – a free webmail service created and developed by Google.

Its basic functions are combining messages into “threads”, anti-spam protection, ability to create filters and categorize mail, and mark threads with “stars” and as important.

Gmail has the functionality of an e-mail client, it allows you to download mail from external servers using POP3 and IMAP and to use multiple e-mail addresses for outgoing mail. It allows offline access (integration with Gears) and a quick preview of text documents. It displays contextual ads.

Gmail is also part of Google Workspace, allowing you and your team to easily connect, create, and collaborate. You can:
• Connect with coworkers via Google Meet or Google Chat, send an invite in Calendar, add an action to your task list, and more without leaving Gmail
• Use suggested actions — like Smart Reply, Smart Compose, grammar suggestions, and nudges — to help you stay on top of work and take care of simple tasks, so you can be more efficient with your time
• Stay safe. Our machine learning models block more than 99.9% of spam, phishing, and malware from reaching our users.

Newsboat

Newsboat

Web site: newsboat.org
Category: Network
Subcategory: RSS Readers
Platform: BSD, Linux, OS X
License: MIT
Interface: CLI
Programing language: C++
First release: 2007
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Newsboat – an RSS/Atom feed reader for text terminals. RSS and Atom are a number of widely-used XML formats to transmit, publish and syndicate articles, for example news or blog articles. Newsboat is designed to be used on text terminals on Unix or Unix-like systems such as GNU/Linux, BSD or macOS.

Its interface draws inspiration from mutt and slrn.

Newsboat is a fork of abandoned Newsbeuter.

GNOME Feeds

GNOME Feeds

Web site: gitlab.gnome.org/World/gfeeds
Category: Network
Subcategory: RSS Readers
Platform: Linux
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: Python
First release: July 2019
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GNOME Feeds – a minimal RSS/Atom feed reader with an adaptative UI. It is a Python3 GTK based application with a small screen compatible graphical user interface. It supports importing OPML files.

NewsFlash

NewsFlash

Web site: gitlab.com/news-flash/news_flash_gtk
Category: Network
Subcategory: RSS Readers
Platform: Cross-platform
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language:
First release: 2019
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NewsFlash – a program designed to complement an already existing web-based RSS reader account. It combines all the advantages of web based services like syncing across all your devices with everything you expect from a modern desktop program: Desktop notifications, fast search and filtering, tagging, handy keyboard shortcuts and having access to all your articles as long as you like.

NewsFlash is the spiritual successor to FeedReader, it is a different application. There are differences and most of them are on purpose.
For services that are supported by NewsFlash as well, migration is as easy as can be: just log into your account and sync away.
Some services supported by FeedReader have not yet found their way into NewsFlash. Work for Google Reader style APIs is already on the way (FreshRSS, InoReader, The Old Reader).
Nextcloud News will probably only happen as soon as their APIv2 draft gets implemented.

Fluent Reader

Fluent Reader

Web site: hyliu.me/fluent-reader/
Category: Network
Subcategory: RSS Readers
Platform: Android, iOS, Linux, OS X, Windows
License: BSD
Interface: GUI
Programing language: TypeScript, Dart, JavaScript
First release: June 2020
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Fluent Reader – an open-source, cross-platform news aggregator with a fresh look. Bring all your favorite sources with you and read distraction-free.

Features:
– A modern UI inspired by Fluent Design System with full dark mode support.
– Read locally or sync with self-hosted services compatible with Fever or Google Reader API.
– Sync with RSS Services including Inoreader, Feedbin, The Old Reader, BazQux Reader, and more.
– Importing or exporting OPML files, full application data backup & restoration.
– Read the full content with the built-in article view or load webpages by default.
– Search for articles with regular expressions or filter by read status.
– Organize your subscriptions with folder-like groupings.
– Single-key keyboard shortcuts.
– Hide, mark as read, or star articles automatically as they arrive with regular expression rules.
– Fetch articles in the background and send push notifications.

Support for other RSS services are under fundraising.

Fluent Reader Lite is a simplistic mobile RSS client.

Feedly

Feedly

Web site: feedly.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: RSS Readers
Platform: Android, iOS, Web browser
License: Freemium
Interface: GUI, Web interface
Programing language: Java, JavaScript
First release: 2008
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Feedly – an application for mobile devices with the Android and iOS operating system (or via a web browser), which gives you the ability to instantly and seamlessly view news from your favorite websites. You can log in to Feedly using a Google+, Twitter, Facebook, Microsoft or Evernote account.

Feedly is a secure space where you can privately organize and research the topics and trends that matter to you. Feedly is funded by the community that uses it. This means we can focus on optimizing your time, instead of creating a feed that mines your attention.

Key features:
– Organize and read all your trusted publications and blogs in one place
– Train Leo, your AI research assistant, to read your feeds and filter out the noise
– Collaboratively research and share key industry trends

The big advantage of Feedly is ability to configure and synchronize with other services. The application allows you to easily use a selected post-saving service, such as Pocket, connect Feedly with Twitter, send news on Google+ or Facebook. It also allows you to save selected threads for later inside the site.

Feedly has very simple and intuitive navigation. In the main part, the application displays new messages, however a column on the left shows sources that you can easily switch between.

The great advantage of the reader is ability to display news in various ways. Feedly offers 4 ways to display news: in a form of a list, a list with photos, extended headers or in one news mode – one page.

CommaFeed

CommaFeed

Web site: commafeed.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: RSS Readers
Platform: Cross-paltform
License: Apache 2.0
Interface: GUI
Programing language: Java
First release: 2013
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CommaFeed – a free and open source, self hosted feed reader which can be hosted as a web application on a web server.

Google Reader inspired self-hosted RSS reader, based on Dropwizard and AngularJS. CommaFeed is now considered feature-complete and is in maintenance mode.
CommaFeed 2.0 has been rewritten to use Dropwizard and gulp instead of using tomee and wro4j.
For storage, you can either use an embedded H2 database (use it only to test CommaFeed) or an external MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQLServer database. You also need the Java 1.8+ JDK in order to build the application.

The application is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0; you may not use this work except in compliance with the License.

edtFTP

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Web site: enterprisedt.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: File Transfer
Platform: Windows, Linux (via Mono), Cross-platform (via Java)
License: LGPL, Proprietary
Interface: GUI
Programing language: Java
First release: March 2010
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Enterprise Distributed Technologies – based in Brisbane, Australia, has been providing FTP solutions worldwide since 1999. They have particular expertise with secure File Transfers, such as FTP over SSL (FTPS), as well as SFTP, SCP and HTTPS. they also provide secure tunnelling options with for example “FTP over SSH.

The flagship product is CompleteFTP, a secure and reliable FTP server for Windows. Basic FTP and FTPS functions are available free for organizations looking for reliable, easy-to-use FTP server that is actively maintained. Upgrading to paid editions of CompleteFTP provides access to advanced functionality and introduces secure FTP protocols with support for FTPS and SFTP, as well as FTP, HTTP, HTTPS, SSH and SCP. The application is available to download as a trial, and is a fully functional installation of CompleteFTP that expires in 30 days.

CompleteBox is a file-sharing client designed to be used with CompleteFTP.

The company also provides programmer libraries for embedding secure FTP capabilities in your applications.
– edtFTPnet/PRO enables .NET applications to use FTPS, SFTP, SCP and FTP
– edtFTPnet, an open source .NET FTP library
– edtFTPj/PRO adds FTPS, SFTP, SCP and FTP to Java applications, as well as FTP scripting
– edtFTPj is a very popular open source FTP library you can use for free