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.
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.
Checky is a document validation and analysis extension for Firefox, Mozilla, and Netscape. It provides an easy-to-use interface to many free and commercial online validation and analysis services. It allows the user to validate, analyze, view, and inspect documents containing HTML, XHTML, CSS, RDF, RSS, XML, P3P, hyperlinks, metadata, and many more. It can check Section 508 and WAI compliance of documents with many helpful services. It can help in the design, development, and maintenance of accessible documents for a semantic web.
MOHA Chat is a chat solution which comes with a intuitive Web client and can run on most shared hosts. MOHA Chat consumes fewer resources on the server side and is fast on the client side. It uses AJAX to retrieve the chat messages and user status. The client polls the server at regular intervals. It currently supports only one-to-one chatting with the Web client. The Web client encrypts messages using a key unique to the client when sending a message to the server and vice versa.
The Asbru Website Manager is a ready-to-use cross-browser/cross-platform tool that enables non-technical users to edit, add, and delete HTML pages, images, and other files on their Web server through a Web browser. Users can browse their way to the Web pages they want to change and edit directly in a WYSIWYG HTML editor with a familiar word processor like user interface.