Originally "SoarMet" was an application I wrote (in the late 90's?) to help play around with soundings - the old-schoool stuff that proper meteorologists do by drawing lines and constructions on a Tephigram. Now I call that "SoarMet1".
Then there was "SoarMet2", first developed around 2003-4. It was only really meant as a proof of concept, but could download model data and made it very easy to wander around the data in time and space with visualisations on maps, graphs and thermodynamic diagrams.
These have helped massively with soaring forecasts - for my own flying, for LashamWeather and some competitions. Considering how well used they have been and how powerfully they demonstrate what can be done they have remained rather under-developed.