RSSpect is a Java library for working with RSS 2.0 feeds. It is designed to be easy-to-use and comes with an intuitive, developer-friendly API. All objects in the library are serializable, immutable, and thread-safe. It has been fully tested for accuracy. RSSpect only requires a stax-api implementation to work.
Rivet CGI allows Rivet applications to run as a CGI, either automatically (i.e., no modifications to the applications themselves from "mod_rivet") from Apache, as a standalone CGI under any Web server, or as a standalone HTTP server itself. It can be used to build Web applications that can be distributed and executed as a single file in either CGI or Standalone HTTP mode.
Easy PHP Thumbnail Class can be used to manipulate images and generate thumbnails. It can load images from files and generate thumbnails that can be saved to files or be generated as the current script output. The class can also perform other image manipulation functions such as adding shadows, clipping rounded corners, filters, bilineair image deformations, and more. Over 45 image manipulation functions are available.
RTK (Ruckus Tool Kit) is a high-performance, Perl-based, dynamic, content-generation system. It provides a nearly transparent bridge between HTML-based code pages and traditional CGI-based systems. It has been designed to automatically take advantage of existing systems, such as basic CGI, Apache's mod_perl, FastCGI, and SpeedyCGI, but does not require such systems for high-performance optimization.
Lumbricidae WORM (Widget Object Relational Mapper) is an SQLAlchemy binding for Webwidgets. SQLAlchemy presents database tables and rows as Python classes and objects. Webwidgets is a framework for writing Web applications as if they were desktop applications. WORM lets you easily map Webwidgets input fields, tables, and other widgets to database mapped classes, instances, and attributes. It requires the Argentum SQLAlchemy convenience library.
Webtunnel is a network utility that encapsulates arbitrary data in HTTP and transmits it through a Web server. In that regard, it is similar to httptunnel. However, its server component runs in the context of a Web server as a CGI application (with optional FastCGI support), so it does not need its own port. It supports most things that the Web server supports, such as authentication, HTTP 1.1, HTTPS, and client certificates. It uses simple requests and responses so it works seamlessly through forward and reverse proxies.