Gordon
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Windows GUI Tool for testing Web-APIs
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There's also Postman! Postman is not open source, but there seems to be a free version available.

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VPN software to easily manage connections
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The NSA has released a VPN called goSecure. I have not tried it. Unfortunately the VPN craze has made it very difficult to locate information on creating your own. You might also look into a ...

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How to view log or text files of remote computer in browser?
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Your question is a vague, but I think I know what you are asking. You could set up an Apache web server to allow directory listing and set the log files to be in the served directory (default on ...

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App for remote control
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I used to use Airdroid. It had a nice interface for viewing texts, ringing/locating a lost phone, and even (if you were on LAN or paid for premium) turn on the camera.

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Writing a graphical interface in python
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I can't tell what you're asking, but my best guess is you're looking for something like Jupyter-notebooks. Jupyter-notebook is an interactive python shell that allows you to work in "notebooks&...

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Automation Tool for Native Windows Application?
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I would start with autohotkey, It's a scripting language specifically for this type of problem. I have not used it extensively, but from what people have told me, it would allow you to script this ...

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Open-source solution for serving my own podcast
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With regards to question 1: Apache httpd (link is getting started tutorial). It is free, open source, and used by millions, if not billions. See this SO thread. With regards to question 2: I have ...

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Software for "live" FFT with movable sliders
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While designed for other applications (RF), GNU Radio does what you are asking (and is free open source software!). You may have to write your own adapter for your specific hardware andCSV format, ...

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JSON-like format which supports binary data
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I think that the best option for you is BSON: BSON is based on JSON so it will be an easier transition from JSON than Protocol Buffers. This page links to implementations in both python and Java (and ...

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Software to solve spring, rope and pulley systems
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Not as easily as point and click. The easiest way would be using a CAD software package with a simulation add-on like solidworks or autodesk inventor. If you want to get really detailed, look into a ...

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Project Information Management Tool
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What you are describing is a basic devops workflow. MS groups all of yve tools into a product called Azure DevOps, Atlassian (a competitor) splits then into separate (but interconnected) products. ...

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Controlling a game externally
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Project Cars appears to have an API (Documented here). If that is too technical for you, you can automate the mouse/keyboard menu navigation with AutoHotKey (free open source computer input automation ...

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Easy way to anwser an API with dynamic JSON
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I would recommend that you look at nodeJS or python. See: this nodeJS tutorial or this python tutorial

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Tool to produce a program that just executes a set of DOS commands
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All of the languages I have encountered have a way to execute a shell command (DOS). Since you are talking about DOS, I assume that you are using windows. If that is the case, VB.NET, C#.NET will ...

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JSON-like format which supports binary data
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Google's Protocol Buffers should do the trick. The linked page contains the Google Documentation and tutorials for Python, Java, C++, Go, C#, and Dart. All of their (including Java and Python) ...

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