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Open Source Templatess

Open Source Templates was mainly created to support non profit organizations.

Open Source Templatess

  1. Open Source Templates
    Open Source Templates was mainly created to support non profit organizations. If you run a non profit org, and are needing to cut down on the costs associated with website development then you have come to the right place. We offer a wide range of free for personal use or non profit use website templates that are easy to .We will be offering a wide range of tutorials dedicated to helping your organization easily download and create your own great looking site in a matter of hours.
  2. A designer?s nightmare Open source templates
    The first thing that ?open source? brings to mind is free software. Mozilla Firefox, Linux, OpenOffice. The truth is that open source web design works nothing like OS software. The main use for open source web design is inspiration. Clients could browse the template library and find elements they want for their website, or developers could use snippets to construct their design. Open source design may also help weed out ?rippers,? people that steal images and design elements from websites. Open source web design doesn?t serve much more usefulness than that. For a website to be successful it needs to be unique and brandable. Most websites these days use PHP engines like WordPress or Drupal anyways, which require CSS templates. The open source designs require advanced knowledge of HTML to setup so they don?t even work that well for personal websites.
  3. Java open Source J2EE Templates
    EJOSA (Enterprise Java Open Source Architecture) is a project supporting the effective development of J2EE-based web applications. The project is a "starter kit" and "best practices kit" which can be used as a good starting point. It offers a solution how to overcome the complexity of J2EE application development by using the Open Source products Enhydra and JOnAS. So EJOSA can also mean Enhydra and JOnAS Application, because we use Enhydra and JOnAS as our main components. The target audience of our project are developers with basic knowledge of J2EE, Enhydra and JOnAS developers or developers interested in:
    1. Reference Models
    2.Product-Line Software Engineering
    3.Architecture and Pattern-based Engineering
    4.Component-based Software Engineering

  4. The Enterprise Java Open Source Architecture Template
    The Enterprise Java Open Source Architecture (EJOSA) Template was built to help computer science students, at the University of Munster, develop J2EE projects with a low learning curve. With little to no experience in J2EE, and a modest experience in Java, students were able to use the EJOSA template to create robust and production-ready J2EE projects. In the first part of this article, EJOSA architect Lofi Dewanto takes a close look at this magic template -- Enhydra (Web container), JOnAS (EJB container) and HypersonicSQL (data container for development) or Firebird DBMS (data container for production). The bane of many a J2EE novice has been the complexity associated with developing J2EE applications, using servlets and EJBs.
  5. Overview of the Template
    Since 1997, ITECS has been committed to providing a solid web presence for the College of Engineering at NC State University. While the web was still quite young, ITECS and Engineering Communications formulated a template for creating web documents with a standard look so that groups in the college could have unified and professional looking sites. Since then the web has evolved. The demand for more information on the web is being met with an abundant supply. Users of web sites expect up-to-date, accurate, aesthetically pleasing , and accessible information. The demand is such that creating web pages to meet these demands has become a complicated ordeal for most users who simply want to put information online. 



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