Jat (Java Application Template) is a Java framework that is easy to extend. It supplies modular and flexible basic functionalities to develop Web and standalone applications. It can improve application start-up time. Jat Portal is an enhanced version of Jat. It provides several pre-configured features to build a complete Web application.
Vici MVC is a MVC Web application framework for .NET 2.0 or higher. It runs on the low-level ASP.NET layer provided by the .NET framework, but does not use ASP.NET WebForms and Controls. The framework is controller-centric as opposed to the view-centric architecture of ASP.NET WebForms. This allows Web applications to be built according to the MVC pattern with minimal effort. Vici MVC emphasises complete separation of concerns, ease of use, minimal configuration requirements, integration with any data access technology, performance, and easy deployment ("XCOPY deployment").
VRaptor3 is a fully-fledged Java Web framework focused on fast development and maintainable code. It intends to make RESTful application development easy. A resource corresponds to a business logic annotated with its path and HTTP method. It runs inside DI Containers (Spring or Pico out of the box) and, therefore, enables full integration with them. Also, using Hibernate is easier: its session is automatically injected by VRaptor, so you just have to use it. VRaptor3 is refactor-friendly, especially in its redirecting configuration. It is also nicely extensible.
mCommerce WebKit UI is a mobile commerce UI for WebKit-enabled mobile devices. It features intuitive searching and browsing, a streamlined sales funnel, conversion-friendly color scheming, easy customer support via native device functions (phone, SMS, and email), a touch-friendly minimal-click interface, accessible font and text rendering, and universal header and footer navigation.
Kalisko is an application framework. Its modular architecture allows applications to easily be built from several individual components. The current development focuses on the implementation of an IRC client, though other kinds of software are possible in the future. Features (already implemented modules) include: a small core application with a simple but powerful module system that runs on Windows and Linux; a simple IRC client using GTK+ for visualization; scripting support in Python, PHP, and Lua; a Lua console; a PHP console (Linux only); a powerful serializable data structure that can be stored in memory or written to files; a cross calling interface (xcall) that allows functions to be called and defined in and from any language; and many more.