ePeriodique is a graphical application which displays the periodic table of the elements. It shows basic data for each element, pictures, Bohr models, and lattice structures. It tries to use the EFL way and provide two themes, one for the desktop (default) and one for small displays (small).
EiffelStudio is an IDE for the Eiffel language (ECMA-367, ISO/IEC 25436, and ACM Software System Award 2006). It includes: Eiffel compiler, Eiffel editor, Eiffel code browsing tool, Eiffel testing tool, graphical design tool, refactoring tool, debugger, profiler, and Eiffel analysis tools (Metrics, Dependencies, etc.). Eiffel generates C or CLI for .NET or Mono. Eiffel applies O-O principles and Design by Contract for high-quality software. Many Eiffel libraries are included: ADT, network, GUI, database, parsing (including an Eiffel parser), XML, Web, COM, and more.
Enna is a Media Center application. Featuring a simple user interface, Enna is based on the powerful Enlightenment Foundations Libraries (EFL) for its graphical user interface and GeeXboX libraries for multimedia playback (libplayer) and information retrieval (libvalhalla and libnfo). It allows you to browse and play your music and video files, browse and play slideshows of your photos, retrieve information about your media files on the Internet, build a database of your media, and retrieve information from your collections (such as covers, fan art, song lyrics, and much more).
eformmail is a stand-alone CGI program that accepts an HTML form and emails it. The target email address is not buried in the HTML form, making it impossible for spammers to take advantage of this email address. A comprehensive manual is available. eformmail can also validate fields for validity using regular expressions. Since release 2.0 eformmail has a spam tram, so fake form submissions can be dismissed immediately. The proposed email output can be formatted by an XSLT processor.
EWG (Eiffel Wrapper Generator) is a tool that generates Eiffel wrapper classes for C libraries. It can be used to create libraries that bridge the gap between Eiffel and C. It aims to work for arbitrary ANSI C and with all common Eiffel compilers. It is ideal for creating cross-platform, cross-Eiffel-compiler, and cross-C-compiler C library wrappers. It can handle pretty much all ANSI C, but understands Visual C and GCC extensions as well.