Webswell Connect is an e-business integration framework based on the ebXML standard. It allows easy, interactive and user-friendly installation. It consists of an ebXML registry/repository server and client, a messaging system for secure and reliable messaging and user interface similar to popular email clients for sending/handling ebXML messages. It supports HTTP, HTTPS, and email communication while keeping it safe and reliable by implementing digital signatures, encryption, acknowledgment mechanisms, duplication elimination, etc.
Tk::Text::Viewer is a text widget that can display text files under TK. It enable the user to search text and navigate in a Text widget. The reason for creating this module is that it doesn’t require downloading of modules other that Tk, and a need for simple user interaction. The package includes a text viewer demo program that can be used as a stand-alone browser.
PodWiki is a collaboratve Web-based authoring tool written in Perl which differs from other WikiWiki tools in that it uses Perl POD as its markup language. It is easy to install, runs on mod_perl, and has all required features of a WikiWiki tool, and in addition a build-in revision control system, authentication (users/groups), and evaluation of Perl code.
Coefficient is a project-based collaboration platform that can be deployed as either a J2EE application or a Web application. It provides basic collaboration tools such as issue tracking, discussion forums, file uploads, news, tasks, and voting as hot deployable modules in a themeable presentation layer. In addition, it provides a workflow engine to help guide projects through their development cycles. All of this functionality is provided through a themeable Web interface.
Spider is a complete standalone Java application designed to easily integrate varied datasources. It will retrieve (on demand or via automated scheduling) data from these varied sources and can be configured to push it to consumers such as listeners on a messaging queue, email accounts, flat files, or databases. It was designed with ease of extension as its highest priority, so its default configuration can be easily modified and extended to support other third-party or proprietary invocation or dissemination methods.