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What is dynamic web API/toolkit/library working like synology web interface?

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The web user interface of Synology Admin is very powerful and dynamic.  It works like a web desktop and laymen uses it easily without learning.

For example, the demo site is located at
http://www.synology.com/en-global/products/dsm_livedemo ( Account: admin      Password:      synology)

Can anyone show me the API / Toolkit / Library that is currently used by the synology? or any other similar ways to develop the web user interface like Synology does?
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