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This is the Linux app named VarPlan to run in Linux online whose latest release can be downloaded as VarPlan-alpha-2010-11-20.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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VarPlan to run in Linux online


DESCRIPTION:

VarPlan is a web application to visualize and manage variants as tree like graph view. The approach is to keep the overview on hundreds of variants with their meta informations.

Features

  • document multiple projects in navigation tree (can be reordered by drag and drop)
  • use web service in teams
  • interactive variant tree
  • structure your projects with components
  • define properties on your project variants or components


Audience

Automotive, Engineering, Science/Research


User interface

Web-based


Programming Language

ActionScript, Flex, Groovy


Database Environment

HSQL, JDBC


This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/varplan/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.

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