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an interpreted language and environment for statistics and graphics. It is a GNU project.
for software (typically Web apps) offered as a service, running on someone’s server you don’t control
for software that interacts with YouTube (e.g., uploading, downloading, or searching videos).
Facebook apps, and any software that interacts with Facebook (browser extensions, login methods, …)
tools to analyze source code (or sometimes binary code): code metrics, static analysis, test coverage, etc.
explicitly for the PostgreSQL database (server or client). Targeting "any" database, rather use the 'database' tag.
when the software you're seeking should not require a fixed installation to a dedicated machine.
when asking a question related to remote desktop software and remote desktop sharing.
For tools that work with natural/constructed (but not programming) languages in some way (learning languages, grammar/spell/style checker, language generation …).
Software that can recognize spoken words as an input, typically to convert it into text form (speech-to-text). Use [voice-recognition] for software that can recognize/identify the speaker.
For seeking recommended software that manipulates or processes audio files in the MP3 format.
Software to assist in the generation of documentation.
the computer operating system for Apple Computer's Macintosh line of personal computers and workstations. A popular feature of its latest version, Mac OS X , is a desktop interface with some…
A plug-in (or plugin, add-in, addin, add-on, addon, or extension) is a software component that adds a specific feature to an existing computer program.
a text file format where each lines contains fields separated by a comma. The format generalizes to “character-separated values” where the separator is some character o…
for recommendations related to online and desktop based password managers, password storage and password generators.
Software to compare any two or more data sets. Data sets may be text, lists of files/folders, CSV data, XML data, binary data, or any other structured or non-structured form of data.
A program or library that takes input, in text or binary form, and interprets it according to a given syntax.
an open-source web application framework maintained by Google and by a community of individual developers and corporations to address many of the challenges encountered in developing sing…
for the software architectural style REST (representational state transfer), e.g., for software that is RESTful