xsltester is an applet for testing XSL files. It can execute and judge test routines written in XSL templates without another applied XML file. Therefore developers have to create only one testing XSL file for a test. It contains another applet, xslviewer, which can displays an API document for an XSL file. It displays lists of templates (elements), named templates (functions and subroutines), and parameters, and optionally displays test results for each.
xslhtml is an XSL library to display (X)HTML in XSL applets. This library contains the function not only to display HTML elements simply but also to append attribute values in form of elements. It also contains custom tags to display HTML elements easily and conveniently. xslhtml is a subproject in the xslet.sourceforge.net project.
xslbook is an XSLT applet to display a book-style document in a Web browser that supports XSLT. xslbook transforms XML files created by users into HTML documents with an XSLT engine built in Web browsers. It can display HTML documents in Web browsers directly without other transformation tools. It has an automatic numbering function for chapters or block elements, an automatic generation function for table of contents and navigation links, a data operating function for other XML files, keyword search, and so on. It is a sub-project of xslet.
xslui is an XSLT applet to display Web pages with a modularized XML file in Web browsers. This applet can design page layout by arranging square blocks called "areas". Thus it is very easy to display layouts like horizontal columns. This layout feature can also separate descriptions of an area's arrangement and contents, even in different files. This feature provides Web pages with modularization and sharing of their parts. In addition, xslui has data operating elements with the xsldo library, which can operate on XML data in the same or other XML files as the display data. This feature provides separation of views and data.
PHPTAL is a fast, safe, XML-based template engine for XHTML and HTML5. It implements Zope's Template Attribute Language, which has clean, concise syntax that is compatible with XML tools (no custom ugly tags), and template source files can even be previewed in Web browsers or opened in WYSIWYG editors. Templates are compiled to PHP and cached, giving great performance and taking advantage of PHP accelerators. PHPTAL by default ensures well-formed output and escapes XML-unsafe characters everywhere, which means that your pages can be completely safe against HTML-injection (XSS) without great effort. It features fine-grained caching of output, pre- and post- filters, internationalization via gettext or custom backend, creation of custom template attributes and expressions, and templates loaded from non-standard sources (e.g. databases). It supports UTF-8 well, is easy to integrate and redistribute with PHP frameworks and applications, and has an object-oriented design and a comprehensive unit test suite.
openWYSIWYG is a cross-browser WYSIWYG editor packed with every rich-text editing feature you need to make your content management system or custom Web application that much better. It easy easy to set up, and you can quickly turn any text area into a powerful WYSIWYG editor with just a few simple lines of code.