20 Free Open Source Applications I Found in Year 2017

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Gabriel Cánepa

Gabriel Cánepa is a GNU/Linux sysadmin and web developer from Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina. He works for a worldwide leading consumer product company and takes great pleasure in using FOSS tools to increase productivity in all areas of his daily work.

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54 Responses

  1. il443 says:

    Flightgear is also pretty awesome. Check out the space shuttle. There’s lots of craft for anyone curious to dip their toes (gliders, paragliders, parachutists, pterosaur/dragon, balloons, learning planes like ercoupe, c172p/c182, j3 cub, helicopters like Aloutte-lll have AI copilot. c172p has a full tutorial, wiki has info and guides.). A lot of craft have autostart anyway, ctrl+u to add altitude. Stuff like the awesome weather system, possible physics are way better than commercial sims.

    Ggraphics appear to be turned off for compatibility at the start. Try ALS renderer, detailed weather, turn up visuals and tweak environment menu.

  2. xABBAAA says:

    Not interested into things you have found, it all looks like Windows after all….

    • Anon Y. Mouse says:

      Why even comment then retard, you are such a dumb, there was no need for you to even comment if you had nothing productive to say!!!

  3. Favach says:

    Hi,

    Thanks a lot..

    We work on OWNCLOUD and Visual Studio Code is the best Code editor.

  4. Gabriela says:

    So many applications I had no idea about, yet they all seem being worth the try. I’d usually use Try Direct for new stacks. It helps to quickly try demo versions of new marketing tools which appear on the market everyday.

  5. Ireen says:

    Thanks for the list, some interesting applications. Will give CodeMirror a try. Thanks!

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