ARSCIF is a powerful framework that makes it trivial to use asynchronous remote-script callback invocation (AJAX) techniques. It helps the developer by working out problems such as data and character encoding, concurrency control, browser implementations, and so on, allowing the creation of pages with sophisticated, dynamic features.
DutchPIPE allows Web developers to make virtual multi-user "avatar" environments. Each Web page becomes an abstracted environment or location where visitors and other items on the page are visualized. This status is retained as visitors move around. A lot of real-time interaction is possible, resulting in persistent interactive page environments. DutchPIPE uses AJAX and the DOM for the browser, and it works without Java, Flash, plugins, or firewall adjustments.
File-Picker is a program to display and choose files from your Web site. It supports multiple languages. It uses AJAX to allow the user to interact with the server without reloading the page. You can pick several files at the same time. Its visual interface looks like a file explorer.
This project aims to bring together frequently used design patterns of Web 2.0 sites. Some examples are tag clouds, styled date differences, and so on. The package currently has limited functions, but will be extended with feedbacks. The API is written in PHP, but will be ported to other Web languages.
HOPP is a function-oriented, programmer-friendly PHP library. It provides libraries for a custom static cache, WYSIWYG editable templates, database abstraction, authentication, calendar-based directory navigation, common MIME types, custom debug and error logging, and featureful and abuse-resistant poll generation.