The SeaMonkey project is a community effort to develop an all-in-one Internet application suite. It contains an Internet browser, email and newsgroup client with an included Web feed reader, HTML editor, IRC chat, and Web development tools, and is sure to appeal to advanced users, Web developers, and corporate users. It uses much of the Mozilla source code powering such successful siblings as Firefox, Thunderbird, Camino, Sunbird, and Miro.
The Coolest DHTML Calendar is a DHTML calendar widget that works with IE >= 5.0, Mozilla, Netscape >= 6, all other Gecko-based browsers, Opera 7, Konqueror, and Safari. It comes with eight color themes, and doesn't use frames or external windows, but uses Web standards and is lightning fast. Keyboard navigation is allowed, and it can optionally show a time selector.
SiteBar is a multi-user, multi-group bookmark server that lets users view, add, import, and maintain bookmarks from anywhere. It offers enterprise-quality access rights and granular permissions. Corporations can use it as a complete intranet bookmark solution, and end-users can use it to access their bookmark collection from anywhere, and share it with friends. It is intended for use in a browser's sidebar, and offers a clean, easy to use interface.
Asbru Web Content Editor is a cross-browser and cross-platform WYSIWYG HTML/XHTML Web content editor component for Web designers and programmers. It can be integrated into Web applications to give non-technical users access to create and update Web content. It can be used as a replacement for a simple TEXTAREA input field in contact forms, message boards, Web email systems, and Web content management systems. Features include CSS style sheet support, drag and drop editing, and advanced hyperlink and media managers.
DOM Menu allows developers to add dynamic, hierarchical popup menus to Web pages. Menus can be horizontal or vertical and can open or pop out in either direction. It features screen edge and element detection for browsers that cannot hide form elements. Styles are controlled almost entirely using CSS, and the menus are created and hidden using the Document Object Model. Configuration is performed using a custom Hash() class. The menus emulate the look and feel of well known GUI toolkits. Mozilla, IE 5+ and Opera 7 are supported.
Dojo is a cross-browser AJAX/DHTML toolkit for building dynamic Web UIs. Dojo includes a rich-text editing component, an aspect-oriented event system, rich drag-and-drop support, a rapid-prototyping framework for building new widgets, and a full-featured abstraction for XmlHTTP I/O. In short, it's a very fast way to build Web interfaces.