Expresso Framework is an open standards-based J2EE architectural framework that allows the developer to concentrate on application logic. It is a library of extensible Java Server application framework components for creating database-driven Web applications based on open standards. Expresso integrates with Apache Jakarta Struts, which emphasizes presentation and application configuration, and bringing a powerful tag library to Expresso. Expresso adds capabilities for security, robust object-relational mapping, background job handling and scheduling, self-tests, logging integration, automated table manipulation, database connection pooling, email connectivity, event notification, error handling, caching, internationalization, XML automation, testing, registration objects, configuration management, workflow, automatic database maintenance, and a JSP tag library.
pks-commands.php3 allows your Web server to search and add PGP/GPG keys from the public keys out there. It takes the TCP 11371 port connection and does it all on the web server. It is good in environments where the client machines are unable to get to arbitrary TCP ports (such as behind tightened firewalls).
The eMATgine server is a multi-protocol server, in which users can request/receive results with http, ftp, wap, pop3, or smtp connection. It is a multi-terminal server, so users can use IE, or a wap phone. This server is a full multi-threaded Java server, using an HSQLDB database to provide user management.
WebAbility is an advanced Web development platform that contains WebFlow, a content management system (CMS), a security advanced system (SAS), a powerful workflow engine, and Web site wrappers. It supports multiple database connections, multiple languages, multiple presentation templates, page, script, and library versioning, XML and Web Services integration, and advanced security management. It uses plugins to extend the software for tasks such as e-commerce, portals, intranets, and editorial systems.
This project is a DNS-based server front-end to the CryptNET OpenPGP keyserver, used by GnuPG (with the DNS plugin) to locate and retrieve OpenPGP certificates. DNS-based keyservers offer several advantages over traditional HTTP-based ones, such as distributed caching, server fail-over, and geographical optimal server selection, etc.