IMC (Implementing Mobile Calculi) is a Java framework for implementing distributed applications possibly with code mobility. The name is due to the fact that this framework was originally built to help implement the run-time system of a mobile calculi implementation, i.e., calculi accessing remote resources and nodes, and, possibly, exchanging code, processes, and mobile agents. If you don't need code mobility features, you can simply ignore them and use IMC for building any distributed and network application.
Daemonisation with Feedback is a set of functions which simplifies the development of applications that should operate as daemons. The functions support notification from the daemon (whether the daemon startup completed successfully) back to the parent process. At the debugging stage, the daemonization can be switched off via a compiler option.
LinCE is a programming environment that is simple, pluggable, multiplatform, and multilanguage. LinCE allows you to create and load Ant projects, compile them, and browse errors line by line. It also allows you to execute PMD on Java projects. PMD is a tool that statically checks Java code, looking for potential problems. LinCE generates configuration GUIs from configuration Java objects. It has Apache Ant scripts for plugin development. LinCE provides technical documentation in Spanish.
Mergence is a high-performance HL7 integration engine and application platform based on Apache ServiceMix. It was developed to fill the need for an open source, fully transactional health care integration system capable of handling millions of messages per day and thousands of concurrent LLP connections. Message transformation and scripting is done using Groovy.
genesis is a framework that aims to bring simplicity and productivity to enterprise application development, ensuring scalability, robustness, and testability of your software. The main goal is to simplify the development of business components and the construction of complex graphical interfaces, with minimum effort for developers. It combines several frameworks in a completely transparent way for developers through the use of AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming). It tries to allow people with little knowledge of the Java platform to develop robust applications quickly, without requiring them to learn several new technologies and complex concepts.
Blackbird is the first enterprise service bus (ESB) for PHP developers. It provides a range of services, including managing configuration data, connections to message queues, databases, and other applications, and many more features. This makes it possible to very rapidly develop message-based applications and/or integration layers.
Keystone is a cross-platform, object oriented application framework which allows applications to be written to build on the target platforms of GNU/Linux and Win32 without modification of their source. Keystone implements several modern Web standards, including SVG graphics and the XUL user interface description language.