Java Search Engine is a server-side search engine program for Web sites written completely in Java. It features HTML and PDF indexing, a built-in Web crawler, international encodings support, words and phrases search, and returning results as quotations with highlighted words (like Google). It is available as EJB, JSP, servlet, or Java API library. For non-Java enviroments, it is available as an XML server with XSLT support.
Alphabet Soup is a project which attempts to determine a number of things about the shapes of letters in several different writing systems. First, it hypothesizes a set of basic building blocks that all letters are built up from. Second, it hypothesizes a set of rules, a grammar or syntax, which defines how those pieces combine to make different letters. It can generate individual letters, randomize letters in an input string to create weird but readable text, or generate random strings of symbols.
OSSP sugar is a markup language and corresponding processing tool for writing technical documentation that uses a mostly invisible markup language (so-called "syntactic sugar" in compiler construction folk terminology). The idea behind it is that markup looks mostly like the textual output; i.e., the OSSP sugar source can be treated as its textual output format ("ASCII WYSIWYG"). Additionally, the OSSP sugar markup language is considered intuitive enough to be recognized and remembered easily, so writing technical documentation is mainly just a matter of performing a "brain dump". OSSP sugar provides only a few markup concepts, but those are stretched to their maximum. The syntactic principle is "keep it simple, stupid" (KISS), but it's still powerful enough to allow one to produce high-quality technical documentation.
Conten Board for Desktop and Handheld allows you to maintain articles on your Web site from a desktop or handheld device. The articles can be viewed from a desktop browser, PDA browser, or other PDA software. It has been tested on Palmscape, Handspring Blazer, and iSilo (using Sony Clie).
@1 Data Sorting Tool grabs contents from a text-based data file and sorts the data before tabulating it into an HTML table. Visitors can click on the title fields to re-sort the table in acending or decending order. It works with MS Excel/Access data files or any other tab/pipe/colon-delimited text files, and supports unlimited tables and sub-user accounts.