GreenPants is a simple blog system. The entries are organized with categories. There is an admin panel for managing the blog. Comments on the blog must be approved before being seen by the public. The administrator can edit, delete, and create entries, categories, and emoticons. The entries and the comments are marked up with BBCode instead of HTML. It is easy to translate to another language.
Grochat is a simple Web chat system using PHP and Ajax. It offers a lightweight solution to webmasters who want to install a Web-based chat system without having to set up or customize a database for it. Instead, it uses text files to manage the content of the chat. It has multi-room support with a live count of the number of people in each room. A logout and "noop" system automatically keep the user's session up while the chat window is open, even if they are not typing anything into the chat. Public and private messaging. A private file send and receive system with file pooling server side. Works on IE and Firefox. An "on the fly" customisable layout. Multi-language and multi-skin support.
Guacamole is an HTML5 Web application that provides access to desktop environments using remote desktop protocols such as VNC or RDP. A centralized server acts as a tunnel and proxy, allowing access to multiple desktops through a Web browser. No plugins are needed. The client requires nothing more than a Web browser supporting HTML5 and AJAX.
Guitar neck is an object that can display chords on a guitar neck. It generates HTML elements inside a div element with a given identifier to show a guitar neck with a given width, height, and number of guitar chords. The object can optionally use graphic images to display the guitar neck, and can display left or right chords.
Gutuma is a feature rich PHP newsletter/mailing list management tool that is designed to be easy to install and use. It doesn't require a database, yet offers multiple lists, import and export from CSV, file attachments, drafts, AJAX subscribe gadgets, administrator email notifications, MD5 protected logins, and batched deliveries that can be driven by a cron job.
HLib is a cross-browser API designed for real-world applications by being lightweight and modular (code branched by targeted browser), while implementing a clean and elegant object-oriented library structure. It supports legacy browsers such as IE4 and NS4, but it is more focused on emerging DOM-compliant browsers (IE5+, NS6, and Konqueror). The library handles layer and document basics, as well as offering an extensible structure for the creation of advanced GUI widgets. HLib also integrates a state-of-the-art event handling system based on DOM2. An optional Python build system with compression is included.