scbib is a bibliography manager written in Scheme. It handles bibliographic data written in simple S-expressions and generates a bibtex file and an HTML file from the S-expressions file. It is capable of obtaining bibliographic data using the Amazon Web service. A simple converter for importing a bibtex file is also included.
HTMLArchive provides Webmasters with an easy means to handle archiving Web pages. After some preparatory setup, the webmaster need only create the new Web page and run HTMLArchive. HTMLArchive will hook the new page into the indexing page, and optionally put text from the latest page into your indexing page.
HTML::EP is a server-side embedded HTML system in the style of PHP3, that allows you to combine the full power of Perl with your HTML pages. HTML::EP runs as a separate CGI binary or (for full speed) as a mod_perl package. It includes database access via DBI, the Perl Database Interface, session support and allows quite easy extension via a modular, OO interface.
The purpose of the Tagmogrifier library is to let you perform fast and easy-to-program transformations on XML documents. Instead of having to write your own parser, or directly using the PHP DOM parser, and having to write your own tree walker and such, you only need to instantiate a class, add a few match expressions, and assign a function to process every XML element that matches, DOM-style.
Site Compiler is designed to facilitate easy and flexible offline management of Web sites, which are in plain HTML format (not CGI, ASP, PHP etc.). It is targeted at small firms and users of free servers, where databases and CGI are forbidden. It allows you to easily and quickly compile the site from templates and content files. It processes relative links, optimization of HTML, additional instructions, and validates local links.
PyHtmlTable is a class for Python CGIs to generate HTML tables on the fly. It allows you to set individual row and cell attributes via arbitrary dictionaries, and span rows and columns. It autogrows the table if cells are set outside its initial range. It allows dynamic insertion of new rows and columns anywhere in the table, and allows bulk population of table data via arrays to arbitrary locations in the table. It also provides default cell attributes for tablewide uniformity and the ability to override these on a cell-by-cell basis. PyHtmlTable is intended to be a functional equivalent to Table.pm or Table.php.