Pronto is a framework consisting of loosely-coupled layers designed to handle the mundane elements of Web development without sacrificing the developer's overall control of the project. It is a PHP4/PHP5 MVC framework that supports robust dispatching, CRUD scaffolding, transparent data caching, i18n, flexible ACLs, and much more.
DataGrid Zend Framework is a way to easily create a datagrid from queries in your Zend Framework project. It is really easy to use: for example, $grid->from("clients"). It can perform CRUD operations seamlessly. It uses templates, performs joins, has advanced filters, does data validation and filtering (when performing CRUD operations), does automatic pagination, can add extra fields, can sort fields, and has many other features.
Moonbeam provides a simple way to keep track of all your bookmarks in a central location, instead of being attached to whichever browser you're currently using. Its advantage over services like del.icio.us is that the data is kept on your server. Additionally, each bookmark can be assigned an arbitrary number of metatags, so Web sites that don't fit neatly into one category can be given all the tags that apply, which also makes finding them easier.
ColorChip is a class for working with color in a more convenient manner than the basic RGB and Hexadecimal triplets often encountered in programming, especially Web-oriented programming. It allows you to define a color using RGB, HSV (Hue, Saturation, Value) or a Hexadecimal string. ColorChip objects have properties for all three of these color models, as well as methods for adjusting both RGB and HSV values. These methods automatically update all of the object's properties. Additional methods exist for getting color compliments, triads, and the nearest Web-safe color.