PDFreactor is a formatting processor to convert HTML and XML to PDF. It uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to define page layout and styles. It allows you to dynamically generate PDF documents such as invoices, delivery notes, shipping documents, or print versions of Web content on-the-fly. Vector graphics (SVG), barcodes, MathML, XSLT, and CMYK colors are supported. All common J2EE application servers are supported. Complete .NET, PHP, Perl, Python, and Ruby APIs are included. Direct integration into automatic build processes using Apache Ant is also possible.
RSS Live Links is a browser-action extension to the Google Chrome browser that provides Firefox-like Live Bookmarks for subscribed RSS feeds, as well as a fuller function drop-down/pop-up list of feeds and items with full viewing history and dynamic, background, and update notification.
wp-popeye (Popeye) presents images from the Wordpress media library in a nice and elegant way within your posts and pages. Use it to save space when displaying a collection of images and offer your users a simple way to show large versions of your images. It is based on jQuery.popeye and does not employ a disruptive modal window to display large images, allowing all thumbnails and the large images to be browsed in a single image space. It also repects the page flow and stays anchored and rooted in the Web page at all times. The plugin is very easy to set up and integrates automatically into your posts, or allows you to use a shortcode. It comes with several styles but can be also easily customized.
Presentation is a standards-based presentation platform in the style of S5 and Opera Show Format (both of whose file formats are supported). It provides an easy way of writing (in HTML or XHTML) a portable presentation that can easily be read from a standard Web browser. In addition to what was offered by S5, it adds support for CSS3 transitions.
Aquarium is a Web-based GUI for Linux based systems. It currently covers/supports some of the most important Linux-based systems that are meant for server computing platforms, networking devices (including custom-built devices such as firewalls, IDS, IPS, WAN optimization, and Web caching), remotely rented hosting and other dedicated custom servers, systems/servers within an intranet, and systems/servers within cloud networks, CDN networks, or distributed SaaS Application Nodes. It supports Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Opera, and runs on Fedora Core. In the future, it should be supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Knoppix, and Debian. It provides abstraction for common Linux tools and other popular command line tools: ping, traceroute, ifconfig, netstat, who, arp, route, some important /proc system information and statistics, a custom file manager/explorer, iptables or Linux Firewall, Linux static routes, Linux brctl, cron scheduling, Linux users, and GRUB bootloader. It also supports MySQL. It should support exclusively all of the features of Traffic Squeezer.
Blur effect is an object that can apply the blur effect to HTML page elements. It takes the identifier of a given page element and starts an animation effect that progressively alters CSS properties of that element that make it appear blurred. Different CSS properties may be altered depending on the capabilities of the current browser. The object can also execute an animation that reverts the blur effect of the element. There are versions of the object either based or not in the jQuery library.