Cruddy! is an instant CRUD Web front-end, featuring auto-discovery of the data dictionary. It is similar to phpMyAdmin in the plug-and-play manner, but much more user-friendly for staff and clients with access restrictions. Unlike phpMyAdmin, Cruddy!'s underlying CGI::CRUD is a full object-oriented webapp development framework. Currently, Oracle and MySQL RDBMS are supported. Cruddy! is stable and used in several production sites around the world including ValueClick, Inc.
Sql2xml is a CGI program that lets you request a SQL query and convert it to JSON, CSV, XML or INI through a Web server. Sql2xml supports requests from multiple users and for multiple databases. It is intended for developers who do not have direct access to database servers due to firewalls or other restrictions.
Math::GSL is a Perl API to the GNU Scientific Library, which contains a large set of tools for writing scientific computing applications, like statistical distributions, special functions, random number generators, linear algebra, numeric integration/derivatives, FFTs, wavelets, and much more.
Net::SMPP is a Perl module that implements versions 3.4, 4.0, and 5.0 of the SMPP protocol for ESME and SMSC roles. SMPP is commonly used by clients and servers for sending SMS messages in mobile network. This module allows you to implement an SMS client, an SMS server, or even an SMS proxy. It supports all standard TLVs and some vendor specific TLVs as well.
Hook::LexWrap allows you to install a pre- or post-wrapper (or both) around an existing subroutine. Unlike other modules that provide this capacity (e.g. Hook::PreAndPost and Hook::WrapSub), Hook::LexWrap implements wrappers in such a way that the standard 'caller' function works correctly within the wrapped subroutine.
Foswiki is wiki software, supporting the editing of Web pages in an ordinary Web browser by end users. What makes Foswiki special is that it supports the embedding of active and passive macros that enhance the page content (e.g. with global or dynamic information) and allow end-users to build applications that store and process data in a structured manner.