AcSys is a Web-based, multiuser accounting system. It support journal entry and reports such as profit-loss, balance sheet, and general ledger. Backing up and restoring the system are supported. It is designed to be easy to learn and use. It is best suited for companies ranging in size from small companies to mid-market companies.
ApPHP Restaurant Site is restaurant menu website and site management online system for restaurant or food-related services. It lets you add, update, and maintain the dishes, prices, and details, and sort them as you want. You can create as many menus, categories, and menu items as you need.
AutoCMS is a smaller CMS with the minimum needed to have a presence on the Internet. Its main file is less than 10kb large by default. No database is required. It only has the concept of one user (the admin). The password is protected with SHA1. CSS styles are easy to build and to change. Changing a page is very fast. XHTML and CSS code are validated by W3C validators. Data is stored in a PHP file which can be downloaded by FTP for backups. The generated contents are friendly for searchers. The result is visualized correctly in all browsers. It allows you to update all contents without having knowledge of programming.
Brimbox is a database system that was designed to bridge the gap between spreadsheets and custom databases. It is intended to be an alternative to Access and Filemaker. Although Brimbox has its own modular approach, it is customizable in the spirit of Wordpress, though it is a database interface and not a CMS.
CCI:U Open Course Labs is a Django-based Web application that interfaces cloud-computing infrastructure such as Amazon EC2 and NexR iCube Cloud. More backends may be added. It provides the access to cloud infrastructure in the form of "course labs" where course staff in an academy can manage the allocated computing resources and assignments easily. Course labs can also be used as course homepages.
CSS Stacker and Compressor is a PHP class that can be used to compact several CSS files into a single file. It can take several CSS files and generate a single file by concatenating all files after having stripped any white-space. The class can serve the resulting CSS file as the current script output. The CSS may be compressed with GZIP. If the original files were not modified, the class may return HTTP status 304 to make the browser use a cached version and prevent serving a file that was not changed.