The x-Desktop is designed to unify different operating system desktop interfaces into a browser-only application interface. It helps users to feel comfortable with any application using the interface they are used to. It helps companies to unify their intranet applications into one desktop interface--built on existing interfaces or one which incorporates their own CI. It helps you design the same interface for all types of devices using browsers like PDA and other mobile devices, Notebooks, Desktops, Tablett Computers and any other future devices which may come up.
AstBill is Web-based billing, routing, and management software for Asterisk and MySQL based on Drupal. It provides pre- and post-paid billing services. It completely automates Asterisk billing from start to finish. Key benefits are the central Web-based installation, credit control on outgoing calls, and the call routing module.
LinkBrowser is a program for browsing the links in HTML documents and downloading the files that they reference. Basically, this program is like a normal Web browser, but instead of rendering the HTML it just shows a table of all the files that the html references. The files can be downloaded in batches.
Python Browser Poseur (PBP) is a Web test tool based on John J. Lee's mechanize. It exposes the browser functionality at the level of a shell-like interpreter so that testers can quickly write tests in a simple language designed specifically for that purpose. Anyone familiar with a command line should be able to write test scripts for even the most complex Web applications.
Flying Saucer is a pure Java XML/CSS 2 renderer whose aim is to provide spec-compliant CSS 2.1 rendering for any well-formed XML document. The current codebase can render to Java2D-based canvases (Swing panels), PDF via the iText library, and images. The library currently covers the greater part of the CSS 2.1 specification.
GtkMathView is a GTK widget for rendering MathML documents. It is meant to be a standalone, light-weight component and not a full browser. GTK applications can use the widget as a window for displaying mathematical formulas and doing simple interactions. Among other features, GtkMathView includes support for breaking long mathematical expressions, rendering of stretchy operators, and provides a customizable support for additional fonts.