The Appconf Library is a library responsible for managing a configuration data of other, bigger, standalone applications. It lets you read configuration files and feed your applications with required data. It can handle information from ini-like files, XML files, and MySQL tables.
LibRaw is a library for reading RAW files obtained from digital photo cameras (CRW/CR2, NEF, RAF, DNG, and others). LibRaw is based on the source codes of the dcraw utility, though some of the drawbacks of dcraw have been eliminated. The users of the library are provided with an API to be used when writing their software programs.
Jelix is a PHP5 framework which helps you to develop any kind of Web application. It is designed to provide high performance on heavily-loaded Web sites. It is fully object oriented, highly modular, and extensible. It is made with well-known design pattern such as MVC and DAO. It natively supports many output formats, including XHTML, XUL, RSS, ATOM, RDF, ZIP, XML, and PDF. Jelix eases Web service development. It includes a powerful form system to create all kinds of forms, including CRUD forms.
The Psychosynth project aims to create an interactive, modular soft-synth inspired by the ideas of the Reactable. It provides a clean object oriented API to allow the creation of new innovative interfaces for the synthesizer and a 3D simulator of a Reactable-alike device with support for collaborative music creation over the network.
ImdbPHP provides an API to the movie information stored at the IMDb.com site. As this and the name suggests, it is primarily targeted at PHP programmers who want to extend their programs or their site with this movie information. The classes must be used in accordance with IMDb's copyright and conditions of use.
ConfigLib is a C++ library for reading and writing standard Unix and Windows .INI configuration files as easily as declaring a variable. It provides all the objects necessary to read any setting from a configuration file and write out changes while preserving comments. Using templates, any serializable object or primitive can be read from a configuration file and parsed automatically via the command line. It also includes common objects for handling settings beyond those of the C primitives.