wp-popeye (Popeye) presents images from the Wordpress media library in a nice and elegant way within your posts and pages. Use it to save space when displaying a collection of images and offer your users a simple way to show large versions of your images. It is based on jQuery.popeye and does not employ a disruptive modal window to display large images, allowing all thumbnails and the large images to be browsed in a single image space. It also repects the page flow and stays anchored and rooted in the Web page at all times. The plugin is very easy to set up and integrates automatically into your posts, or allows you to use a shortcode. It comes with several styles but can be also easily customized.
phpLiteAdmin is a Web-based database admin tool with support for SQLite 2 and 3. It consists of a single 60KB source file that can simply be dropped into a directory on your server and then visited in a browser. There is virtually no setup required except for specifying your database(s). The available operations, feature set, interface, and user experience is comparable to phpMyAdmin for MySQL.
Cradlecore for PHP creates objects using the Inversion of Control (IoC) to configure the objects externally. It provides a factory class which can create the objects and configure them according to configuration which can be defined externally using one or more XML files which define details of behavior of those objects. The external configuration can determine how the dependency injection occurs by defining whether the objects will be configured by passing specific parameters to the constructor or a setter function.