The ATK Framework is a PHP business framework. It is targeted at developers who wish to focus on business logic instead of coding HTML. ATK provides a complete framework that requires only small amounts of code to get usable applications, while maintaining full flexibility. ATK has a model driven approach, but is 100% customizable.
Address Book Continued is a multi-user address book Web application. It also makes use of AJAX, which means that page reloads only happen on login/logout; the rest of the operations is handled asynchronously in the background. It's well usable, even over slow connections. You can even install ABC on your desktop PC and configure it so that it doesn't require login for connections coming from the local computer.
BZbyte Reports is a reliable and easy-to-use reporting application that supports features expected from a reporting tool such as Crystal Reports, MS Access, Jasper, and iReports. It is completely Web-based and uses dynamic HTML to provide a rich, interactive experience with a standard browser. The server software can be installed on a personal computer or shared on a network server.
Basilic is a bibliography server for research laboratories. It automates and facilitates the diffusion of research publications over the Internet, automatically generating Web pages from a publication database. Each publication has an associated Web page, which provides downloads and additional documents (abstract, images, BibTeX). Index pages are also created, including a search engine with several options for results display. New publications can be added to the database in an instant.
BrickIt provides a portable Web-based registry that helps synthetic biologists to plan and organize the construction of Biobricks. Biobricks are standardized fragments of DNA (genes, switches, and more complex functional modules) that are openly and freely shared across the community of synthetic biologists (see biobricks.org. Brickit implements a database-backed Django Web server to coordinate and track the biobrick samples within a lab, institute, or local community.
This PHP class displays results of MySQL queries in a browseable and editable format akin to a MS Access display. Columns have headers that allow sort order to be changed by clicking on them. The listing may be editable or read only: full edit mode (change, delete, insert) or select mode. There is a select box (drop down list), checkbox, hidden columns, and an editable title bar allowing any HTML. The SQL results must have at least one field and a field that contains an unique identifier (UID).