Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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an interpreted language and environment for statistics and graphics. It is a GNU project.
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for software (typically Web apps) offered as a service, running on someone’s server you don’t control
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for software that interacts with YouTube (e.g., uploading, downloading, or searching videos).
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Facebook apps, and any software that interacts with Facebook (browser extensions, login methods, …)
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software working with "plain text" documents (AKA "ASCII files").
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tools to analyze source code (or sometimes binary code): code metrics, static analysis, test coverage, etc.
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explicitly for the PostgreSQL database (server or client). Targeting "any" database, rather use the 'database' tag.
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For software that relies on the Global Positioning System.
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Software that interacts with the internet
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when the software you're seeking should not require a fixed installation to a dedicated machine.
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free and open-source web framework written in Python
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when asking a question related to remote desktop software and remote desktop sharing.
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For tools that work with natural/constructed (but not programming) languages in some way (learning languages, grammar/spell/style checker, language generation …).
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Software that interacts with a physical disk on a computer.
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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.
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For seeking recommended software that manipulates or processes audio files in the MP3 format.
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Software to assist in the generation of documentation.
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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…
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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.
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Customer Relationship Management software
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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…
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The physical screen of a device.
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for recommendations related to online and desktop based password managers, password storage and password generators.
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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.
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A program or library that takes input, in text or binary form, and interprets it according to a given syntax.
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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…
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software to work/interact with Github's web services
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for the software architectural style REST (representational state transfer), e.g., for software that is RESTful
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The process of coordinating and validating a sequence of manual tasks.