Get graphs like this for free: How does it work? User browses to your web site. The browser downloads the web page which contains the Open Flash Chart. Open Flash Chart downloads the data file and displays the chart. We also do pie charts. Why is that great? When the user downloads the web page, Open Flash Chart requests the chart data from the server. Add a bit of pizzazz to your bar charts! Is it complicated to set up? You will need to include the Open Flash Chart in your HTML, and you also need to provide the data file on the server. For a simple chart you would just drop the data.txt file on your website and point the Open Flash Chart to this URL.
But what we really want is dynamic data that is pulled from a database or calculated or something. To make this a bit easier there are PHP, Perl, Python and Java classes to write the data file for you. Why only these languages? Change the style of the charts. Get started! And it's really free?!
Open Source Alternative to Commercial Software. Graphic Applications ACDSee File:Imgv.png Imgv is a unique and feature rich Image Viewer.
It is released as free software with full source code. Imgv is portable and can run on Windows, Linux, BSD, OSX, and other operating systems. Cornice is a cross-platform image viewer written in Python + wxPython + PIL. Adobe After Effects Jahshaka is an editing and effects system. Adobe FrameMaker and QuarkXPress File:Scribus.png Scribus is an open-source program that brings award-winning professional page layout to Linux/Unix, MacOS X, OS/2 and Windows desktops with a combination of "press-ready" output and new approaches to page layout. KWord is a frame-based word-processing and desktop publishing application. Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw Xara Xtreme for Linuxis a powerful, general purpose graphics program for Unix platforms including Linux, FreeBSD and (in development) OS-X.
Skencil is an interactive vector drawing appliction. Adobe Photoshop and Corel Paint Shop Pro Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw. 101 Ways to Make Money off Open Source. Share the article!
The list “101 Reasons Why Java is Better than .NET” was such a hit that even a vendor of .NET based software wrote that it was a source of “101 Product Ideas”. That motivated me to put together another list. Lately, I’ve been thinking of how to make money on open source Java. I asked a supposed expert, but he didn’t answer. So I decided to consult the Hive Mind by building a list.
So why 101, well just like with my previous list the reasons are the same. “101 reasons is actually a pretty ambitious number, however its always good to aim high first. Sell the Reference Manual ( JBoss) Sell a subscription of the documentation (CDN) Sell the Installer (Out of the Box) Sell Custom Software Development (CDN) Sell Pre-Integrated Applications (JCorporate, RedHat ACS) Sell “Enterprise” version. If you were observant enough, you would notice that the list has a slant towards Java open source projects. Open Source Software Directory.