XHTML Family Tree Generator is a CGI Perl script together with some Perl modules that will create views of a family tree. Data can be stored in a database or in a data file. The data file is either a simple text (CSV), an Excel, or GEDCOM file listing the family members, parents, and other details. It is possible to show a tree of ancestors and descendants for any person, showing any number of generations. Other facilities are provided for showing email directories, birthday reminders, facehall, and more. It has a simple configuration, makes heavy use of CGI (and other CPAN modules), generates valid XHTML, and has support for Unicode and multiple languages.
gedcom4j is a Java library for loading (parsing) and saving GEDCOM 5.5 or 5.5.1 files to/from a Java object hierarchy, which can be manipulated by your code as you see fit. Please note that gedcom4j is not an application. It is a library for parsing, manipulating, and writing GEDCOM data in your own programs.
GWintree is a GEDCOM-based genealogy program. It provides facilities to record, view, edit, and merge genealogy data, and to produce genealogy charts, family trees, and reports in a range of formats, including HTML. Charts can show all relatives, ancestors only, or descendants only. HTML charts allow you to click on a person in your HTML report to see where they are on the chart. Automatic matching and merging of genealogy data between files is supported.
tngCalendar is a Web calendar addon to the TNG software for online genealogy. It adds a convenient view of your family history, overlaying anniversaries of births, deaths, and marriages on top of an easy-to-understand calendar. It can be dropped in-place over a commercial TNG installation, or installed in a parallel directory.
Urdabrunn is a genealogy three-tier multi-user application suitable for former "The Master Genealogist" (TMG) users. The database and core functions are implemented in PostgreSQL. Some prototype interfacing has been set up in PHP, but the goal is for the main interface to be in wxPython or Qt.