Adaptive Website Framework (AWF) is a modern content management system and development framework. Most of its code is object-oriented and very easy to extend. It features support for multiple Web sites and languages, content versioning, caching, community portal functions (online list, forums, instant messages, newsletters, weblogs, wiki, etc.), image upload and galleries, a lexicon, a modular full-text search engine, an auto repair function for database tables, XML and PDF export, and RSS and LDAP support. Changes can be made on a preview site and published at a later time on the live site. Fully flexible URLs allow the replacement of existing static Web sites.
The Atom Publishing Protocol framework for Ruby aims to simplify the implementation of Atom Publishing Protocol (APP) support in Web applications. It achieves this by implementing a framework that handles the protocol-level duties for the programmer, while not making any requirements for the site design.
Eddie is a liberal RSS and Atom feed parsing library for Java. It is a SAX-based parser, and as a result is capable of parsing a significant number of broken feeds. It was written after discovering that the well-known ROME feed parser is implemented using DOM, and therefore incapable of dealing with ill-formed XML
FaceRSS is a simple JavaServer Faces (JSF) component that allows you to display news from a specified URL source in one configurable JSP tag. This allows you to place news feeds on a Web site in a very simple way. It uses rsslib4j and therefore supports RSS version 0.9x, 1.0, and 2.0 with Dublin Core and Syndication namespaces.
Hep Message Server is software that transfers messages between different messaging systems. Eventually, it should transparently route messages between email, weblogs, and instant messaging. Currently Hep does one thing: fetches news feeds from Web sites and lets you view them in your email client.