JSlib is intended to reduce the current amount of redundancy among Mozilla application developers who are trying to do similar things in different applications. By creating libraries of common useful routines, application developers can focus on creating original functionality for their own applications instead of dealing with messy XPConnect JS objects and worrying about which IDL methods do what and which are implemented on what platforms.
Permission Record Information Machine (PRIM) delivers database connectivity via a web browser. Users can have different database permissions (e.g. create tables, modify tables, etc.). PRIM has built-in database analytical tools such as graph displays, reporting, etc. English and Chinese (Big5) language support.
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.
Web Calendar is a powerful group calendaring and scheduling system. It is a Web based application that makes it easy to publish and manage calendar events on the internet. It includes an impressive set of features, including an easy to use interface, rich functionality, and sophisticated scheduling. It is a CGI application. It runs under your Web server, so to use it, all you need is a browser. There is no proprietary software that needs to be installed on the client side. Web Calendar runs under Unix and Windows.