seedBlogs is a modular building block that lets you add PHP and MySQL-backed dynamic content to any Web site. You design and build your Web site however you want; seedBlogs simply handles the dynamic part. You can plug seedBlogs modules into your Web site wherever you want lists of posts (or books, news, quotes, etc.) to appear. With very little effort, you can create a customized Web site that you and your organization can update and edit from the Web.
EL4J, the Extension Library for the J2EE, adds incremental improvements to the Spring Java framework. It has the ability to split applications in modules, with transitive dependencies between modules and support for automatically enabling Spring configuration of present modules. Remoting to remote POJOs as EJB SLSB or SFSB was simplified, and optional implicit context passing was implemented. Other improvements include a light daemon manager service and an exception handling safety facade.
Klorofil provides platform for desktop GUI and Web application development based on PHP 5. It includes the gambArt desktop GUI framework, the semok MVC Web application framework, a collection of classes, Televoke distributed computing, a database abstraction layer, and a byte compiler.
RIFE/Laszlo is based on RIFE/Jumpstart and geared towards easily getting started with the creation of Rich Internet Applications using OpenLaszlo. It is a ready-to-run source distribution and file structure that allows you to get started with a new OpenLaszlo application with RIFE in less then 2 minutes. Typically, all that you have to do is unzip the archive, open the project file in your favourite IDE, and run the application. Thanks to a dynamic development model, you rarely have to restart, and are able to gradually implement your application in an iterative manner.
A microcall is an XML-dialect used to communicate between a client and a server in a standard and easy-to-use way. The client part is (usually) implemented in Java and consists of a simple POJO that can understand the XML messages returned by the server response to a given call. The server part is only responsible for returning standard and correct messages in response to a given call. The server usually does a lot of work when it receives a call, but from the client standpoint, the server only returns a message explaining the result of the call.