Spider Legs is a prototype, medium-duty, parallel, and highly programmable framework for writing Web robots with Perl. Spider Legs is not a search engine or content indexing system, but this software may be a useful part of such a project. If you need to download content from multiple Web sites on a periodic basis, Spider Legs can help you. It provides a logging system, allows multiple Web sites to be crawled at the same time, and uses the standard LWP at its core.
The DisGUISE C# library provides easy and object-oriented access to the advanced features of the AT command interface available in Sony Ericsson cellphones. This includes basic tasks like querying the phone book or getting a notice on incoming or outgoing calls, as well as creating and handling advanced GUI elements. The phone, connected via Bluetooth to the computer, thus can become an additional user interface element.
dm.paypal can be used to submit and process payments with the Paypal Instant Payment Notification system. It provides a base class for submitting payments and handling Paypal responses. Applications should create a sub-class of this base class to override a few functions to customize the details of the payment transactions and how the payment responses should be handled.
MyActiveRecord is a PHP implementation of Martin Fowler's Active Record pattern, as popularised by Ruby on Rails. Objects are retrieved via static methods of the base class, resulting in clean and simple relational/object mapping. It's MySQL only, meaning the whole thing is contained within a single class and none of the overhead of database abstraction is incurred. There is close to zero configuration. Even relationships are inferred, although this does mean sticking to some simple database naming rules.
XUI is a Java and XML platform for building Rich Internet Applications. The platform greatly reduces the amount of code needed to build feature rich applications on a wide range of systems. The project includes plug-ins for both NetBeans and Eclipse, plus support for AWT, Swing, SWT, J#, and HTML.
Wicket is a Java Web application framework implementing simplicity, separation of concerns, and ease of development. Wicket pages can be mocked up, previewed, and later revised using standard WYSIWYG HTML design tools. Dynamic content processing and form handling is all handled in Java code using a component model backed by POJO data beans that can easily be persisted using your favourite technology.
Device Interaction Suite is a framework for interaction with networking devices from various vendors, over various transport mechanisms, and with various authentication schemes. Current connectivity and abstraction modules cover devices from Cisco, Juniper, Redback, Foundry, Laurel, Overture, Riverstone, and Alteon.