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How To Add Simple Web-enabled 2D/3D Dashboards to your Natively Built Application

, 29 Dec 2010 CPOL 29.1K 2.5K 64
The webonization of gnuplot
dashboard.zip
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Linux
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gnuplot.bbl
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example2
example3
example4
fgetcl
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htpasswd
runfrom
snorkel.pem
snplugin
SunOS
bubbles
fsrv_bubble.bbl
gnuplot.bbl
example1
example2
example3
example4
fgetcl
fgetsrv
fsrv
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runfrom
snorkel.pem
snplugin
wintel
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binary2
bubbles
fsrv_bubble.bbl
gnuplot.bbl
example1.exe
example2.exe
example3.exe
example4.exe
fgetcl.exe
fgetclt.exe
fgetsrv.exe
finance.dat
finance.gpng
finance2.gpng
fsrv.exe
htpasswd.exe
iterate.gpng
netstatsrv.exe
runfrom.exe
snorkel32.dll
snorkel32_2k.dll
snplugin.exe
transparent.gpng
c
doc
SnorkelDevelopersGuide.pdf
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Linux
libsnorkel32.so
SunOS
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wintel
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snorkel32.exp
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snorkel32_2k.exp
snorkel32_2k.lib
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netstatsrv.exe
objs
README
visual_studio_2005
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examples
VTune
Release
VTune

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Walter Capers
Architect
United States United States
Currently I am a Software Architect for Compuware specializing in software security
Languages: C/C++, FORTRAN, COBOL, Java
Libraries: OpenGL, MFC, X11 (X-Windows), WIN32

Platform Experience: AIX, HP-UX, SunOS, Open VMS, AS400, OSF, AIX, SGI, Linux, Windows CE, Windows

I have a strong background in 3D graphics programming, TCP/IP development, threading, cross platform development, encryption and secured communications, and system level programming.

In the early years before OpenGL made its way to the PC world, I authored one of the first high performance double buffered 3D graphics engines that supported both DOS and Windows providing real time 3D graphics for Engineering Technology Associate’s Finite Element Model Builder, FEMB. You can see their products at www.eta.com.

I also hold a US patent http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/6894690.html

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