elFinder is a Web-based file manager that was inspired by the simplicity and convenience of Mac OS X's Finder. It attempts to make working with remote files as convenient as working with those on your computer. It supports QuickLook for most types of files, copy/move with drag and drop, hot keys, a built-in text editor, context menus, and much more.
Uhura is a Web console for databases. It works with MySQL, PostgreSQL, and FirebirdSQL. It presents trees that let you browse databases, tables, columns, constraints, triggers, views, and procs. It has panels for history and fragments. Its editor features autocompletion and autoindenting. It is easy to install.
SiteFusion allows object-oriented PHP applications to operate as OS-native applications through a XULRunner-based thin client. The client connects to the SiteFusion daemon through an ordinary Web server, and applications run in separate continuous processes. Two-way communication is enabled, without the need for additional Web server configurations. The implementation of the XUL framework in a PHP class structure includes an implementation of the Mozilla tree view optimized for very large trees, supporting drag-and-drop, editable cells, and sorting.
ThinVNC exploits HTML5 canvas to display a remote PC desktop without requiring any additional plugin, add-on, or installation of any kind on the client side. Regardless of the computer or mobile operating system, ThinVNC provides native, secure data transmission using HTTP and SSL. It includes a Presentation Manager and can be set up as a gateway to proxy other ThinVNC instances.
jQuery-JSONP is a compact (1.6kB minified), yet feature-packed, alternative solution to jQuery's implementation of JSONP. jQuery-JSONP features error recovery in case of network failure or an ill-formed JSON response, precise control over callback naming and how it is transmitted in the URL, multiple requests with the same callback name running concurrently, two caching mechanisms (browser-based and page based), the possibility to manually abort the request just like any other AJAX request, and a timeout mechanism. jQuery-JSONP has been tested and runs within all major browsers.