PFBC is an object-oriented PHP class for building HTML forms. It includes AJAX support, jQuery, reCAPTCHA, TinyMCE, and CKEditor. It features integration with Bootstrap, a front-end framework from Twitter that incorporates responsive CSS (meaning your forms not only look great and behave well in the latest desktop browser, but in tablet and smartphone browsers as well). It supports HTML5 form elements and attributes.
PHPJasperXML is a class that allows native PHP code to read Jasper report files and generate PDFs on the fly. The project began due to a need to develop Web reports in PHP easily. The output format is PDF, because it is platform-independent and printer-friendly. It allows PHP programmers to design reports with Java iReport and run them from PHP. It is completely different from php-java bridge, as the code is run completely from PHP. A wrapper will convert report element from JRXML and pass them to the FPDF class. The project is still in an alpha state, and much of the functionality is not ready. However, it already can create many reports.
Alkaline is a PHP content management system (CMS) for creative professionals and small businesses that is designed to be used alone or in conjunction with your own proprietary code. The application handles posts as well as images, and can manage both raster (GIF, JPEG, and PNG) and vector graphics (PDF, SVG). The software features customizable themes, extensions, and more. It can be used by novices (for example, drag-and-drop social network integration) and advanced users (for example, overriding the theme engine). It works with most Web server software, including Apache and Windows Server.
LATRIX is a Web-based system supporting HR departments of any size company in their administration work. It supports multiple locations and incorporates a paperless leave application system. Attendance and presence can be tracked separately and no expensive hardware is required. It has a nice variety of reports, a fire register (for display on desktop computers or handheld devices, such as mobile phones), simple configuration, and a dedicated Web site for all documentation. It is available for download for experienced Linux users, and there is also a subscription service available for those who just want to use it without the hassle of daily administration.
CMS Detector is a PHP class that can detect the software used by a site by analyzing its HTML. It takes as input the HTML of a given page and checks if certain HTML tags are present in the page, which usually are associated with certain Web applications. The class returns the list of known applications that seem to be used in the site, as well the URLs of those applications.