Mother is a framework written in Python and based on Twisted. It is designed to make development of Web applications easy and fast. It provides: simple URL mapping to code; handling of multiple content types (HTML, JSON, etc.); integration with Tentacles ORM; and the use of templating tools (currently, only Mako is supported).
BEdita is a Web development framework that comes with a full-featured content management system out of the box. BEdita 3 is a solid software environment, fully compatible and respectful of Web standards. The user interface has been developed in accordance with well-established rules in usability and ergonomics, but it is also practical and enjoyable. BEdita has been built upon CakePHP, the well known framework, from which it inherits the MVC design pattern. Moreover, a number of third party libraries and tools have been used, like JQuery, Smarty, and so on.
myparse is a low-resource database-oriented PHP framework. It aims to be easy for everyone use, update, modify, and extend. The working code base is less than 30 KB, and sites typically use around 400-700 KB of RAM. It is designed to work on shared hosting sites like DreamHost and GoDaddy. It supports full-page file-based caching, sitemap generation, Google Analytics integration, quick MySQL environment switching, and many of the newer MySQLi functions. The template system allows users and developers to define their own 'parsed' variables. Installation software is similar to, if not easier than, WordPress.
MochiPHP is a lightweight framework for PHP that adopts component and page oriented design with a simple database and object-persistence library. Page oriented design: write a class and template pair per page. Form components hide complex HTML markup and user interaction handling. Persistent objects with auto-generated property accessors.
Web4thejob is a Java framework for rapid development of data-centric Web applications. It is ideal for those who seek a component-based event-driven full-stack Web development framework capable of producing elegant desktop-style Web applications which can automate any business domain. The framework addresses the automation needs of business domains by introducing "joblets". A joblet is the equivalent of an app on a mobile platform. Similarly to mobile apps which can turn a cellular phone to a social meeting point, a game console, or TV set (i.e., the smartphone), joblets can turn Web4thejob into a Web application suitable for any business domain.