UPNPLib is a Java library for the UPNP protocol. It features an easy programming interface for developers as well as an HTTP-based console for end users or developers, so that they can control the UPNP devices residing on their network. It implements all UPNP features like discovery and eventing. The library also provides integration with JMX management (by exposing UPNP devices as MBeans) and RMI through transparent NAT/firewall traversal.
Velosurf is a database mapping layer library for the Apache Velocity template engine. It provides automatic database mapping of tables and relationships without any code generation. In the context of a Webapp, it also provides handy tools for authentication, localization, and forms validation.
Web Services Invocation Framework (WSIF) is a tool that provides a standard API for invoking services described in Web Services Description Language (WSDL), no matter how or where the services are provided. The architecture allows new bindings to be added at run time. WSIF enables developers to interact with representations of Web services instead of working directly with the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) APIs, which is the usual programming model. With WSIF, developers can work with the same programming model regardless of how the Web service is implemented and accessed.
X2c is an Xbase compiler that creates executable programs from Xbase source on any Unix or C platform. This is accomplished by creating C source from the Xbase source, compiling, and linking with included Xbase function libraries. Whilst the C source is considered an intermediate stage for X2c, it can be used and developed as any other C source. The X2c dialect of Xbase accepts virtually all statements from Borland (was Ashton-Tate), dBASE III PLUS, Computer Associates (was Nantucket), Clipper (Summer '87), and Microsoft (was Fox Software) FoxBASE (2.1). Selected Foxpro statements are also supported.
This C code module gives the Apache 1.3.x HTTP server the ability to correctly negotiate content types for XHTML documents. Currently these are sent as text/HTML for most Web sites. This gives maximum compatibility among older Web clients, but is not recommended practice according to the W3C.