Actionpoll is a simple PHP script which provides the standard functionality such as unlimited options, IP tracking of users, easy installation, and HTML and WML output. An event can be triggered if a certain number of votes is reached. Surveys can be stored either in a MySQL database or in text files.
AdaCGI is an Ada95 interface to the "Common Gateway Interface" (CGI). AdaCGI makes it easier to create Ada95 programs that can be invoked by World Wide Web (WWW) HTTP servers using the standard CGI interface. Using it, you can create Web applications using Ada95 to perform queries or other processing by request from a WWW user.
Agora is a Web-based, threaded discussion tool, similar to Usenet newsgroups. Agora remembers each user's preferences, and allows threaded, unread-only browsing. It offers the ability to manage several different groups, with different themes, forums, and administrators for each group. Agora offers a basic Web-based ICQ client, as well as a Web-based notes system.
Apache::ASP provides an Active Server Pages port to the Apache Web Server with Perl as the host scripting language. Apache::ASP allows a developer to create dynamic Web applications with session management and embedded Perl code. There are also many powerful extensions, including XML taglibs, XSLT rendering, and new events not originally part of the ASP API.
Apache::Session is a persistence framework whose purpose is to provide session management to Web developers. It is designed to work with Apache and mod_perl, but it does not depend on them and will work with any Web server. This module provides a set of classes that give the developer maximum functionality. Session data can be stored in a database, flat files, or shared memory.
BlueLava is a Web and WAP (CGI-based) x10 interface. Using commandline-based x10 tools as its backend, it allows you to control x10-compliant electronics and x10 modules from within a Web browser or a WAP/WML-enabled device. Uses of BlueLava include the remote control of lamps, appliances, and other electronics via the Internet.
Calcium provides interactive calendars you can use through your browser. Features include: dynamic calendar merging (events from one calendar can be included in another), multiple views and formats, repeating events, email support, extensive color and font customization, support for full HTML in the event text and calendar headers and footers, popup text associated with any event, searching and filtering, multi-language support, a flexible security model, and more. Calcium is very easy to use, and fully supported by an established company. It runs anywhere that supports Perl CGIs; no non-standard Perl modules are necessary. Full 2-way synchronization with Palm Pilots or MS Outlook is available; iCalendar "subscriptions" are supported too.