PHP is a widely-used Open Source general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML. Its syntax draws upon C, Java, and Perl, and is easy to learn. PHP runs on many different platforms and can be used as a standalone executable or as a module under a variety of Web servers. It has excellent support for databases, XML, LDAP, IMAP, Java, various Internet protocols, and general data manipulation, and is extensible via its powerful API. It is actively developed and supported by a talented and energetic international team. Numerous Open Source and commercial PHP-based application packages are available.
HTML_ToPDF takes the hassle out of generating a PDF file from a Web page. It will convert any HTML document into a format that will look the same on any platform and printer. It includes support for converting images, using the stylesheets to customize the look of the PDF file, and error handling.
iWare is a Web-based Content Management System designed to make creating a professional Web presence easy without the associated hassles of learning to program or master a third-party application. Setup is made easy through an intuitive installation script and installation guide. Changes to the site's content are made in realtime through an easy-to-use browser-based control panel. The visual appearance and layout properties can be changed instantly at a global level by selecting from pre-installed skins. Uploading and managing files is done through a browser-based file management utility.
Wap-GuestBook is a WAP-based guestbook. It has the same features as a normal Web-based guestbook. It contains fields for name, email address, comments, and various optional fields. It stores the information in a database. It has built-in word censor, email-validator, and URL-validator functions. A user can view results either by ASC or DESC order.
PEAR::Services_Weather searches for given locations and retrieves current weather data and forecasts (depending on the used service). GlobalWeather from CapeScience, Weather XML from EJSE (US only), a XOAP service from Weather.com, and METAR/TAF from NOAA are supported. Further services will be included if they become available, have a usable API, and are properly documented.