Snippetory is a general Java template engine based on passive templates. In passive templates, template code and logic are clearly separated from each other. The templates contains very simple mark up. By removing logic, templates are directly accessible, fully parametrized, and free of context, and can easily be reused. Navigation, code competition, and structuring of the code with methods and classes are supported.
Dexter is a tool that allows users to define extended attributes which can be associated with descriptors and editors. These attributes can be embedded into any well-formed XML document. The resulting embellished document, the 'source', is then input to the dexter engine. This will generate one or more XSLT stylesheets describing the input document interpolating editor modifications and any instructions specified by the descriptors. As dexter's operations are specified exclusively with extended attributes, all but the most unforgiving of XML content viewers will continue to see the decorated source exactly as the designer saw it before.
The yawiki engine is the underlying rendering engine of the yawiki application. It is a standalone rendering engine to convert wiki markup into HTML. It can be included in any application. So far it covers three different markups: BBCode, the old yawiki markup, and the Creole 1.0 specification.
XMacroJ is an XML macro language for building text documents from XML components. XMacroJ removes the reliance on using the include directives and frees the programmer from locking the development directly into a specific framework. Using XMacroJ, the developer can loosely couple the development process to a framework by developing macros that wrap the framework and then creating target documents that are based on the macros. If the developer chooses to use a different framework, then only the macros are changed and the target documents can be recompiled.