[fleXive] is a Java EE 5 content repository aiming to support upcoming industry standards like CMIS. It strives to provide a holistic approach by offering a comprehensive set of tools and building blocks for building content-centric Web applications around a [fleXive] content repository. It speeds up development by easing many tedious and repetitive programming tasks and helping to keep your application(s) flexible during the development cycle and in production. It concentrates on enterprise-scale content modeling, storage, and retrieval, and includes comprehensive JSF support for displaying and manipulating these contents in (Web) applications. Key features include persistence, security, versioning, multi-language support, and scripting.
Reverspring is a Java library that allows you to create Spring IoC XML files from POJO at runtime. CoI stands for Control of Inversion: Reverspring just inverts the inversion of control mechanism of Spring Framework, allowing you to (re)write Spring descriptors starting from your Java objects. With Reverspring, you can write process descriptors on XML files without reinventing a new DTD or XML schema, but just using the well known Spring IoC syntax.
GreenMail is a suite of email servers for testing purposes and sandbox development. It supports SMTP, POP3, and IMAP (including SSL) and can be embedded into any Java application or unit test. The GreenMail Service (SAR) extension runs as a JBoss embedded developer mail server sandbox, manageable via JMX.
Buster is a Model-View-Controller framework for PHP5 based systems. It features a fully object oriented style, configuration management, session management, logging support, a dispatcher and a controller, fundamental DAO objects, a database-based SecurityManager, a Smarty-based ViewController, and a Smarty extension for multilanguage support.
IT Mill Toolkit is a server-side RIA (Rich Internet Application) library that provides a versatile set of AJAX widgets for Java programmers. Applications are programmed in Java and executed server-side. At the client-side (i.e. in the browser), enhanced GWT widgets are used for presentation.
The adventure PHP framework (APF) is a utility to implement object oriented and generic PHP Web applications. It allows the developer to create programs in compliance with approved software design patterns, and the code base already has answers to many everyday problems. The framework cannot be described as an application that only has to be configured, but rather as a technical basis and design guide for the design of software. Further, it introduced many concepts and efficiency tools already well known in the Java community.