RestPose is a search engine. It is designed to take a set of documents and then, when given a query, to return ranked lists of documents which are a good match for that query. RestPose manages a set of internal indexes and provides an interface (over HTTP, in a fairly RESTful style, using JSON as the main transfer format) which allows documents to be submitted and removed from indexes, and which allows searches to be performed.
DooPHP is a very fast PHP framework. It enables developers at all levels to rapidly develop robust Web 2.0 applications. It is quite feature rich. DooPHP supports some common stuff found in a Web framework, such as an MVC-base structure, RESTful APIS, a REST client, URI routing, database ORM tools, a model generator, HTTP Digest Authentication, a flexbible compiling template engine, logging and profiling tools, and more.
Osgish is a command line shell for OSGi. It is based on the Readline Library, Jmx4Perl, as the OSGi backend, and Aries JMX as the OSGi Management layer. It is different than other OSGi shells, as it is implemented in pure Perl and provides unique features like wildcard support, context-sensitive command line completion, syntax highlighting, bulk lifecycle operations, advanced query facilities, and remoting via HTTP. It uses jmx4perl and Aries JMX OSGi bundles for accessing the OSGi container remotely.
Fulworx is a REST framework that uses simple annotations of XWork "Action" implementations to expose restful interfaces. Similar to Struts, Fulworx sits as a controller on top of Restlet. Each action is attached as a resource using Restlets. Standard resources are represented by default as XML (or JSON) using JAXB, but any representation may be specified. Actions may be used in other frameworks such as Struts and Webwork, since they're just XWork implementations.
EC2 Mobile manages Amazon AWS EC2 instances from a Windows Mobile device. It allows you to start, stop, and manage running EC2 instances. If you have multiple clients who run their services on EC2, you can also store multiple profiles so that you can see all of the instances running across all clients. Similarly, you can see each profile's AMI images.
iBeans aims to make integration for Web applications much easier than it is today. It does this by focusing on simplicity and task-based integration and avoids technical jargon and new concepts wherever possible. It offers easy to use integration for doing things like publishing and subscribing to JMS queues and topics, sending and receiving email, polling resources such as databases and ATOM feeds, task scheduling, creating HTTP/Rest services, consuming external services such as Amazon EC2 and S3, Twitter, Flickr, Google, and much more. It proves a Tomcat distribution that drops straight into Tomcat, with no need to mess with your project dependencies, and works with developer tooling for Tomcat or Tcat. It has a very simple API using annotations. This means iBeans can be plugged into your existing Web apps easily. It includes easy unit and mock testing using JUnit. IBeans Central offers a great place to discover and try new iBeans in your applications.