Bean is a rich text editor with many niceties added to make writing convenient, efficient, and comfortable. It is, to use a horrible cliché, Text Edit on steroids. It uses Apple's NSText object to do most of what it does, but adds live word count, the ability to adjust printed margins, and lots of other bells and whistles.
The SOPE package is an extensive set of frameworks (16 frameworks, ~1500 classes) which form a complete Web application server environment. Besides the Apple WebObjects compatible appserver extended with Zope concepts, it contains a large set of reusable classes: XML processing (SAX, DOM, XML-RPC), MIME/IMAP4 processing, LDAP connectivity, RDBMS connectivity, and iCalendar parsing. The parts of the package can be used stand-alone (e.g. in Cocoa applications) and do not require the appserver parts. For MacOSX developers, the package includes SOPE:X, which contains special Xcode and Cocoa support for SOPE.