Annotate provides an annotation facility for DocBook documents. It enables visitors to an online version of a DocBook document to add comments to any paragraph or chapter of the document. It extends the DocBook XSL stylesheets, leading to modified HTML output which contains anchors at those places where annotations can be made. Comments and notes are stored in a DBMS. A CGI program then merges the HTML document and the comments to produce the output for the visitor.
AnnotateIt! is an open source electronic response system targeted at composition instructors and students. It allows a user to annotate HTML and provides facilities for group interaction. Annotations may be either hyperlinked or inline, depending on the user's preference. It also features reporting of meta information (annotation types and counts), predefined annotations, community annotations, conversion of documents to HTML for annotation, easy document management, and an assignments calendar.
Annotatio is an implementation of a client and a server based on the W3C Annotea protocol. It allows you to create and share annotations to various types of documents. Most people can use this program to save comments to HTML documents, but it also supports other types of annotations and XML-like documents. In opposition to the current implementation of the W3C, Annotatio will save enhanced information of the annotation's positioning within the document, which will allow positing the annotation even if the location or structure of the original document has changed. In local mode, it will save all annotations locally, and in remote mode, it will save the annotations on a central Annotea-compatible server, such as Annotatio Server.
Antipodes.Cubes is a BPM system for visual modeling and automation of processes. Processes are designed visually as block diagrams in a graphical environment called WfArchitect. The logic and flow of the processes are reflected in the different containers (blocks or shapes) and the connections between them. It supports task, condition, user decision, code, timer, and scheduler containersm and allows for the inclusion of subprocesses in processes and also recursive use of subprocesses.
Anwiki is a Wiki and CMS that is dedicated to multilingual content. It is a translation center for "on-the-fly" collaborative translation and automatic multilingual coordination with revision history. It is an easy-to-use, advanced CMS for highly structured contents with XML/XHTML editing and PHP script editing.
Graffito is a framework used to build content-based applications like CMSs, document management systems, forums, blogs, etc. It offers a complete platform for creating, managing, and publishing content in your portal or in any other kind of Java application. It integrates content repositories, workflow, collaboration, and personalization via existing open source projects and standards like WEBDAV.
Apache Jackrabbit is a fully conforming implementation of the Content Repository for Java Technology API (JCR). A content repository is a hierarchical content store with support for structured and unstructured content, full text searching, versioning, transactions, observation, and more. Typical applications that use content repositories include content management, document management, and records management systems.
Jetspeed-2 is a full implementation of the Java Portlet API. It is fully compliant with the Portlet Specification 1.0 (JSR-168). It has passed the TCK (Test Compatibility Kit) suite and is fully CERTIFIED to the Java Portlet Standard. Notable features include security components backed by LDAP and database implementations, and some robust administration interfaces. Custom portals can be built and deployed using the Jetspeed plugin for Maven. Developers can use the Jetspeed PSML language to assemble portlets, and the Apache Portals Bridges project to 'bridge' portals with existing technologies including Struts, JSF, PHP, and Perl. For GUI designers, Jetspeed comes with several built-in templates used to decorate portals and portlets.