Centrallix is an open source, Web-based application server project started by Taylor University Computer Science graduate Greg Beeley in 1997. Centrallix features data abstraction, structural embedding, “pro”-DHTML generation, a SQL engine for multi-source queries, and object-based development. Several mission organizations have used the software to develop dynamic reports. To the left you see a screenshot of a sample application written using Centrallix and delivered to the user through a Web browser.
Over the years, Centrallix has been worked on by people from different corners of the world, including many Taylor students. Students have worked on parts of Centrallix for the Operating Systems class, the Open Source class, and for Practicums.
To find out more about Centrallix, visit the project Web site.
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