Find the software you're looking for at

Latest Webscripts.

CiviCRM 4.5.6 / 4.6 Beta1
An open source and freely downloadable constituent relationship management solution

Admin Menu Editor 1.4.3
A WordPress plugin for letting the user manually edit the dashboard menu

Onsen UI 1.2.2
An open source JavaScript and HTML 5 framework for building responsive frontend user interfaces for mobile and desktop applications

DropKick 2.1.3
This is a jQuery plugin for creating highly customizable drop-down select lists

XWiki 6.4.2 / 7.0 Milestone 1
A professional wiki platform written in Java, coming packed with lots of enterprise-level features for simplifying the process of building and managing a shared website

Postie 1.6.14
A WordPress plugin for editors to post new articles via email

MNML 2.0.2
A minimal website boilerplate, a tool to help developers easily start creating responsive Web pages using common industry practices and an optimized local development environment

Scrapy 0.24.5
A light Web crawling framework written in Python to help with screen-scraping procedures and the extraction of data from the Web

DSpace 5.1
A open source Java toolkit for managing digital assets, documents, files, and any other kind of research and materials, all with the help of a Web-based visual interface

Hyper Cache 3.2.1
A new cache system for WordPress, specifically written for people which have their blogs on low resources hosting provider

TheaterJS 1.3.2
A JavaScript library for revealing text using a typing motion, giving the illusion of someone actually typing the text on the page

dat 6.9.7
An open source, JavaScript, general purpose toolkit for building data streams between various databases and an application's backend

RoyalSlider 9.5.7
A commercial jQuery plugin for creating image slideshows, with support for text, image, and video-based content included as well

Centrora Security 4.2.2
A WordPress security plugin that sets up a firewall-like system for the site, helping webmasters protect it against hacking attempts, viruses and spam

Logtalk 3.00.1
An object-oriented extension to the Prolog programming language, adding some desperately needed modern features to this ancient language

CometD 3.0.4
A server technology for implementing AJAX Push, allowing developers to force server data to the user's browser without the user explicitly requesting it

Watermark RELOADED 1.3.5
This WordPress plugin allows placing a watermark over uploaded images

Nette Framework 2.3.0
An object-oriented PHP framework for creating Web applications, packaged with plugins, extensions and lots of developer-friendly utilities

WP Edit 3.1
A WordPress plugin that allows webmasters to customize what buttons and controls are displayed in the default TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor

waitMe 1.09
A jQuery plugin for overlaying and showing a CSS 3 loading indicator every time there needs to be loaded new content on the page

Latest News.

Acer Launches the Liquid M220, Its First-Ever Windows Phone 8.1 Device
Acer has just announced the Liquid M220, its first Windows Phone 8.1 device that's supposed to come as an alternative for customers who are looking for a cheap phone powered by Microsoft's mobile platform but don't necessarily want to go for a Lumia. Presented at the MWC 2015 in Barcelona, Spain, the M220 comes with specs that would only appeal to those interested in a low-end device, as it features a 4-inch WVGA display with a resolution of 480x800 pixels, a 1.2 GHz dual-c...

Stats Show That Microsoft Is Going to Kill the World's Number One Browser
Internet Explorer remained the world's number one browser on the desktop in February 2015, a new set of figures provided by Net Applications reveal, despite news that Microsoft is going to replace it with a completely new app in Windows 10. Last month, a total of 57.38 percent of the desktop computers connected to the Internet were using Microsoft's in-house browser, down from 58.18 percent in January 2015. Google's very own

Windows XP Still Has More Users than Windows 8 and 8.1 Combined
Microsoft launched Windows 8 in October 2012, Windows 8.1 one year later, is now working to bring Windows 10 out, and yet, an operating system it released nearly 14 years ago continues to have a market share that surprises pretty much everyone out there. Windows XP is now powering a total of 19.15 percent of the desktop PCs out there, according to new stats provided by Net Applications, which is enough to make it the second most popular desktop OS in the world. What's ev...

A Gamer’s Week: March 1
This week, the review section of Softpedia Games is delivering long-form evaluations for the following titles: Homeworld Remastered Collection, Dead or Alive 5: Last Round,

iOS Blocks Promises to Bring Windows Phone-like Live Tiles to iPhone and iPad
An upcoming tweak called iOS Blocks, engineered by third-party developers, makes furors among iPhone and iPad users these days, as it promises to brings some sort of hybrid widgets on your iOS screen that can be integrated alongside the standard app icons. Apparently, the tweak is in development for some time now, as it was first introduced as an idea and quietly worked on. Watc...

White Sony Xperia M4 Aqua Spotted in Live Pictures Ahead of MWC 2015 Unveil
We have already reported on the upcoming Sony Xperia M4 Aqua, the next mid-range Android smartphone to be introduced by the Japanese company at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015, but now we also have some pictures to show you. In fact this is the second set of pictures showing the Xperia M4 Aqua. The first one gave us an idea of how the

MWC 2015: Kyocera Showcasing Windows Phone 8.1 Prototype and Ultra-Rugged TORQUE
Japanese company Kyocera is less known in Europe and North America, though the handset maker has already launched some smartphones in the United States through various major carriers, including AT&T, Sprint and Verizon Wireless. One of the smartphones recently announced by Kyocera, the ultra-rugged TORQUE powered by Android will be showcased at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC). But that won't be the only product presented by the Japanese company at the trade fair....

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 Review (PC)
Germany is a great country. Not only does it produce top-notch board games that require planning and strategy, and not just a lucky dice throw to win, it's also home to some of the best classic point-and-click adventure video game makers. The Book of Unwritten Tales is a very fine example of a polished and smart modern adventure game that follows the classic design of the genre, and its recently released sequel is another stunning example of a premier adventure experience. ...

HTC One M9 Leaks in Hands-On Video Ahead of Official Launch
After Samsung Galaxy S6 leaked in lots of live pictures in the last couple of days, including today, it's now HTC One M9's to be shown in all its glory. The next flagship smartphone to be officially revealed by the Taiwanese handset maker has just been leaked in a hands-on video. As many of the pictures published earlier this week pointed out, the video kind of confirms once again the One M9 will strongly resemble the HTC One M8 and the model before it. The device sho...

Samsung Galaxy S6 New Images Confirm Corning Gorilla Glass 4 on Front and Back
We're less than a day away from the Samsung Galaxy S6's official reveal and new info on the smartphone continue to emerge online. Previous rumors sustained by some pictures of the alleged Galaxy S6 claimed that Samsung may have decided to finally give its flagship smartphones a more premium feel. That ...