The Feature Data Objects API provides a generic, command-based interface to a number of back-end data source technologies for storing, retrieving, updating, and analyzing GIS (Geographic Information System) data. A provider is a specific back-end implementation of the FDO API that provides access to data stored in a particular data source technology.
Green Dome GNUstepWeb for Mac OS X provides a WebObjects 4.5-like environment for Mac OS X (with some support for WO5 additions). It is composed of modified versions of the standard GNUstepBaseAdditions, GDL2, and GNUstepWeb frameworks, built to run on top of Apple's Cocoa frameworks. The GNUstep frameworks have been built with Xcode as true Mac OS X frameworks. Thus, they may be used as any other framework under Mac OS X. Note that this is a standalone package that does not require or interoperate with a separate GNUstep installation/environment. It is not intended to provide a complete GNUstep environment, such as would be expected of a full GNUstep installation.
Pork.Generator is a Web based tool to inspect your databases and generate Pork.dbObject based code. The generator analyzes the relations in your database by trying to match primary keys to fields of other tables. If you have created your table structure following some simple rules, this project can either create a complete CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) interface into a .zip file, or just output your complete database schema into O/R mapped objects. Pork.dbObject is an Object-Relation mapper for PHP 5 that attempts to be easy, fast, and lightweight.
PHPMyVersion is designed to keep track of schema changes and row changes to specified tables. Developers can use it to keep track of changes to development databases that need to be passed on to live databases, e.g. through upgrade scripts. It is able to tag changes with a version number, and produce the SQL needed to upgrade a database from one version to another, which is very useful for upgrade scripts.
GWT Pleso Framework (gwt-pf) is a high-level framework based on Google Web Toolkit (GWT) for creating visual AJAX database front-end user interfaces. It lets you create an automatically generated user interface based on business-logic classes. It provides control panel solutions for Web site management, database enterprise projects, and other relation-based projects. It has a set of components for manipulating user data such as DataGrid, DataTextBox, and DataComboBox.
gwt-hibernate provides the basics to create a web application that uses GWT on the front end and Hibernate on the back end. It provides code generation templates and support classes that allow introspection, data binding, and validation of POJOs in the browser. Data-bound Form and Grid widgets are included.