SpotlightJS shows a spotlight over a Web page. It can create a transparent canvas on the top of the Web page with a dark area and a light rounded spot area which make the content below it appear as if it highlighted by a spotlight. The spotlight can be animated so it can move at a given speed. Callback functions may be invoked when the user drags the mouse over or clicks in the spotlight or the canvas area, as well when the animation starts and ends.
Highlighter JS is an object that highlights words in HTML pages. It searches for words inside given HTML page elements and encloses them within HTML tags to make the words appear differently. The search can optionally be case sensitive. The enclosing tags may have configurable CSS styles or custom handlers for click, mouseover, and mouseout events.
betterFORM is an implementation of the W3C XForms 1.1 Recommendation. It allows easy creation of highly dynamic Web 2.0 user interfaces with attractive controls and layout. You can add validations, calculations, actions, and events to build complete Web applications in a declarative way.
Spiked is a Python Web development framework built on a top of Twisted and Cheetah. Writing applications in Spiked is centered around creating fragments: dynamic portions of your application which in code look like Python classes with corresponding Cheetah templates, which are later grouped together into areas and pages. Collections of pages form Spiked applications. One could say that Spiked is front-end oriented framework. It also provides facilities for plugging in custom data back-ends.
CSS Compressor is a Java library and utility for reducing the size of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). It uses many approaches for reducing CSS files: whitespace and comment stripping, merging selectors with identical rules, using short-hand color representations, omitting semi-colons and units where unnecessary, short-hand box-model properties, and many other small tweaks.
folder2blog is a minimalist blog engine based on plain text. You maintain a folder of text files, one for each article, and folder2blog dynamically maps it to blog-ish HTML/RSS2 output. Comments are appended to each text file. Managing articles/comments now becomes creating or editing text files. For example, all you do is edit a local folder of plain text files and sync it with the server, manually or using tools such as rsync, over SSH or FTP. The encoding may be anything (UTF-8 by default). The HTML formatter is any external program, such as markdown, that may act as a pipe. The owner receives notification email for each comment. There is basic spam protection.
eval2 is a real-time evaluator for PHP. It is designed to be a debugging tool. Code is executed server-side as the user types and results are returned via AJAX. It comes with a limited textarea WYSIWYG code editor with tab, shift-tab indentation, and a GUI MySQL browser. It requires Firefox.