mozCC is an extension for browsers which are based on Mozilla Gecko (Mozilla Suite, Mozilla Firefox/Firebird, and Netscape) which provides an easy way to view Creative Commons license metadata embedded in Web pages. mozCC displays license information about the current page in the status bar using the Creative Commons' license attribute icons. It also provides a button on the toolbar which displays the embedded license's RDF in more detail.
OpenEmcee Microflow Engine is a Java framework designed to encourage development of modular, reusable, and independent units of business logic. It drafts from the MC of the MVC pattern; XML is used to define overall program flow, and Java is used to implement data flow and business logic.
SMC takes a state machine stored in an .sm file and generates the state pattern classes in fourteen programming languages. Its features include default transitions, transition arguments, transition guards, push/pop transitions, and Entry/Exit actions. It requires Java SE 1.6 or better.
Quantity/Formatter Library is a Java library developed in accordance to the quantity/formatter pattern (as demonstrated by the Date/SimpleDateFormat in the standard J2SE library). The following quantity/formatter pairs are currently available: Currency/CurrencyFormat, Density/ DensityFormat, Dimension/DimensionFormat, Distance/ DistanceFormat, ElapsedTime/ElapsedTimeFormat, Temperature/TemperatureFormat, Volume/VolumeFormat, and Weight/WeightFormat.