Blacklight is an open source OPAC (online public access catalog). It is ruby-on-rails based discovery interface (a.k.a. ?next-generation catalog?) especially optimized for heterogeneous collections. It could be used as a library catalog, as a front end for a digital repository, or as a single-search interface to aggregate digital content that would otherwise be siloed. Blacklight uses Solr, an enterprise-scale index for its search engine.
Libraries (or anyone else) can use it to allow people to search and browse their collections online. Currently, Blacklight can index, search, and provide faceted browsing for MaRC records and several kinds of XML documents, including TEI, EAD, and GDMS. Blacklight was developed at the University of Virginia Library.
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OpenMobster, is an open source Enterprise Backend for Mobile Apps. It provides a bi-directional data synchronization service for mobile apps to synchronize their locally stored database with Enterprise services in the Cloud such as server apps, CRM, ERP, etc. It supports a platform-agnostic Cloud-initiated Push Notification System. It has framework for creating end-to-end Location Aware Apps.
Capline-opac - Capelin Bibliography Online Public Access Catalog, Bibliographic Search, Special Coll
Capelin Bibliography SearchDescriptionCapelin OPAC is designed for special collections which does not fit for your Integrated Library System (ILS), such as article, chapter, thesis, and etc. which do not need circulation, user account management and etc. This is a stand alone application which can also be the back bone of your library system. Capline OPAC provides the functionaries to Search, Administration Create/Retrieve/Update/Delete (CURD), Email, Export data and much more. In the technical
VuFind is a library resource portal designed and developed for libraries by libraries. The goal of VuFind is to enable your users to search and browse through all of your library's resources by replacing the traditional OPAC.
Solrmarc can index your marc records into apache solr. It also comes with an improved version of marc4j that improves handling of UTF-8 characters, is more forgiving of malformed marc data, and can recover from data errors gracefully. This indexer is used by blacklight (http://blacklight.rubyforge.org) and vufind (http://www.vufind.org/) but it can also be used as a standalone project.
Welcome to Littleware!What is littleware?Littleware is a collection of java libraries that implement several utilities, applications, and services. First, littleware provides application infrastructure like a simple module system with dependency injection (via guice), bootstrap and shutdown (with a little OSGi), JAAS authentication, and other support for GUI, JNDI, CLI, and web applications. Another aspect of littleware is a node-store service that exports client APIs (currently via RMI) that ma
(El texto en castellano se encuentra mÃ¡s abajo) What is Litero?Litero is an Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) that attempts to implement some of the recommendations in Martha Yee's article FRBRization: a Method for Turning Online Public Finding Lists into Online Public Catalogs (2005). The main goal is to make a better use of the data stored in current MARC 21 bibliographic and authority records created according to AACR2, in order to improve the retrieval and display capabilities of library
This project hosts the software development work at Colorado College's Tutt Library. These projects include the following code repository projects: Tuttlibrarysystems - A project management GAE app developed using Mako and Python hosted on GAE Pythons - Internal utilities page with forms for submitting MARC record manipulation for importing into Innovative Millennium ILS Blacklight - Ruby-on-Rails Blacklight open-source discovery layer, includes all of the custom code for Beta release for Fall t
Kochief is a discovery interface for local and remote collections. Records are indexed in Solr and presented with the Django web framework. Tools are in development for the management of a local catalog. HistoryKochief began with Casey Durfee's Open Source Endeca in 250 lines or less presentation at the code4lib 2007 conference, where he claimed to provide faceted features similar to the Endeca and AquaBrowser experiences using Solr and Django. Casey's work focused strictly on the Dewey-based Ho
OpacMarc es un OPAC desarrollado en el Instituto de MatemÃ¡tica de BahÃa Blanca (Conicet & Universidad Nacional del Sur), en Argentina. Puede ser visto en funcionamiento, por ejemplo, en: Instituto de MatemÃ¡tica de BahÃa Blanca (Argentina) Instituto Balseiro, S.C. de Bariloche (Argentina) Instituto Argentino de RadioastronomÃa Dipartimento di Fisica - UniversitÃ degli Studi di Trieste; Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare - Sezione di Trieste (Italia) Biblioteca Rivadavia, BahÃa Blanca (A
Catalis is a web application used to create catalogs based on library standards AACR2 and MARC 21. It's being developed at the Instituto de MatemÃ¡tica de BahÃa Blanca (Conicet & Universidad Nacional del Sur), in Argentina. The original version --born somewhere between 2002-2003 and released in 2005-- is hosted at http://inmabb.criba.edu.ar/catalis/ (in Spanish), and is currently used by several libraries across Argentina and other countries. The friendly user interface for editing MARC records