OpenXAdES enables people to work with legally-binding digital signatures (primarily giving and verifying them). Legislation often defines a set of requirements that legal digital signature technologies and infrastructures must be compliant with, and OpenXAdES aims at meeting many, if not all, such requirements from different legislations.
WeBSET is a multi-user, Web-based special education management system that operates within Lumenation, a cross-platform middleware environment. It is a full-featured federal, state-specific, and HIPAA compliant IEP reporting system, and a screening/evaluation system which provides applications that automate all aspects of the IEP process. The system is database-driven, with the ability to automatically generate required forms and reports. The system also provides tools such as a forms builder and report builder which allow for full customization and database field insertion. System execution provides great user experience over dial up, and non-digital switch access of 26.6KB transfer rates.
jab:Phone provides a Web-based system for keeping track of employee/personnel names, phone numbers, and other information. Some of its features include up to ten data fields (which can be configured in the Administration area) as well as URL and Image fields for each listing, the ability to search the database by the contents of any data field, the ability to sort the database index by any data field, and configurable fonts and colors (through the Administration area).
Shopping Cart Builder is a complete e-commerce suite for simple and advanced shopping cart needs. It is designed for businesses and developers. It can run standalone or integrated into any site. Shopping Cart Builder allows a merchant to setup and operate an online store quickly and easily.
OpenSubsystems is set of business components for Java applications such as security, search, inventory management, order processing, shopping, email and fax communication, document management, imaging, and others. The components can be used directly on top of Java Virtual Machine (POJO) or using various J2EE application servers (EJB). This is all without changing a single line of code.