Project35 is an application suite that allows users to generate data entry forms from XML schema. Application designers use a Configuration Tool to associate records and record fields defined in the schema with application properties that include features such as: validation services, controlled vocabulary services, general plugins, and various aspects of look-and-feel.
HEBCI is a technique that allows a Web form handler to transparently detect the character set with which its data was encoded. By using carefully-chosen character references, the browser's encoding can be inferred. Thus, it is possible to guarantee that data is in a standard encoding without relying on (often unreliable) Web server/browser encoding interactions.
ConceptRTE is a WYSIWYG editor replacement for fields. This is an alternate version of the original Cross-Browser Rich Text Editor that uses a browser based WYSIWYG interface for the non-HTML user to create content for Web publishing. Multi-language support and the ability to be called from a PHP page are implemented to provide flexibility and simple installation. It is a sub-project of ConceptCMS.
JFCML (JFC/Swing XML Markup Language) is an XUL and embedded scripting solution for Java. It is a markup language which supports not only AWT and Swing, but any class accessible to Java's ClassLoader. JFCML additionally offers scripting support through the Bean Scripting Framework, enabling the user to dynamically choose from most major scripting languages. JFCML also offers its own scripting solution, JFCMLScript. This is a tiny yet powerful script evalution service which is also applet-friendly. Using JFCML, the user can construct an entire Java application without writing a single line of Java.