dbo is yet another database object framework written entirely in Python. Tables are represented using schema objects that encapsulate column information and supporting metadata. Row instances are represented as a dictionary. Features include database independence (with Postgres and MySQL support), automatic type conversion, database schema extraction, sequence emulation, on-the-fly table joins, and more.
The Bright Side Framework provides ready-to-use, high-level J2EE components which will help you quickly build business J2EE applications accessed by rich Java/Swing clients on HTTP. The components are loosely coupled, which allows you to pick only the one you need. The Remoting transparently encapsulates EJB calls inside HTTP. The List Of Values provides nice features for the reference data of all business applications. The Smart Value Object tracks the client modifications and manages the optimistic concurrency during client/server communication. The Remote Iterator allows a rich client to fetch the results of a SQL statement, block by block.
FMPP is a text file preprocessor that uses FreeMarker templates to provide macros, flow control, and expressions. It uses recursive directory processing, so it can generate complete homepages (a tree of HTML files and images). It is extendable in Java to display data from any data source (such as a database). It is usable with a command-line interface, as an Ant-task, or embedded into a Java application.
mod_ometer is a Web counter implemented as an Apache C module. It uses gd to generate its images. gd has some built-in fonts, but you can use any TrueType font you want for the counter. In addition to allowing font choice, mod_ometer has all sorts of options for customizing the size, width, and color of your counter, as well as the ability to output the counter as JPEG, PNG, or GIF.