GNS, or Game Name Search, is a cross-platform C++ library designed to enhance your application with hosted game searching, product updates, error reporting, chat rooms, and content sharing capabilities. Its features include online searching for hosted GNS-enabled video games, Internet-based chat room support, real-time product updates over the Internet, generic content hosting, program crash reporting (Win32 only), 16-bit Unicode support, and plug-in support for third-party functionality expansions.
MateEdit lets you share your documents with friends across a network. MateEdit is an editor which allows documents to be altered by multiple users simultaneously. It features different colors and icons for each participant, a chat room to coordinate changes, and color highlighting for all changes to show contributions from other participants.
Redstone Prevalent Storage is minimalistic prevalent storage for Java SE 5.0 that replaces the need for JDBC and an RDBMS for small and mid-sized applications. The library is comprised of an intentionally small set of concise interfaces and classes, and can be suitable for many types of applications where the data storage does not necessarily require an RDBMS. The library is heavily influenced by Prevayler and the Prevayler team (who should receive all credit).
Swampp is a gentle Content Management System that doesn't do a whole lot of managing. Instead of getting in your way, it helps you along your way. It was designed to make it easier for you to produce small Web sites. It relies on the filesystem, so you can edit your pages with your favorite text editor. It gathers information about your pages by looking at their markup. It draws menubars, uses pretty URLs, and is fully standards-compliant.
jBrout is a photo manager. It can manage albums and photos, tag photos with IPTC keywords, use internal JPEG thumbnails, add comments to photos and albums, losslessly rotate JPEG files and internal JPEG thumbnails, and use EXIF info. It uses plugins to add a variety of features such as exporting to HTML, acting like an HTTP server, and exporting to email. It works without a database, and has been tested with a collection of over 20,000 photos.