The 'AK Web Dyn Designer' is a tool for creating and deploying dynamic Web pages with PHP, XML, and JDBC in a three-tiered model. It provides a user-friendly GUI with drag 'n drop capability, with no need for the users to have any specific programming knowledge. It consists of a client and a server. The client is used to develop Web forms with an SQL query builder that associates queries to Web components. The server accepts deployments from the client and serves pages to Web browsers.
APLAWS is an J2EE Content Management System developed to assit UK local authorities deliver services online. It builds on the Red Hat Web Application Framework and CMS products to provide 20 content types relevant to local government publishing requirements. It features full text search, category & folder based navigation, compliance with Dublin Core and e-GMS metadata standards, RSS Feeds, configurable and personalizable portals, discussion forums, XML content import and export, an XSL themes engine, and name based virtual hosting.