Kiwi is an object-oriented framework for developing graphical applications using Python. It has a set of classes that provide a solid application architecture, and a set of high level graphical components that can be used as drop-in replacements for some of the widgets in PyGTK, including CList, CTree, Label, OptionMenu, and more. It includes a complete developer's manual, with examples and screenshots, and full API documentation.
QDrupal is a module that integrates the Qcodo PHP Framework with Drupal. The QDrupal module simply provides the integration code and requires the user to create their own QForm pages for use within the Drupal framework and page structure. Most Qcodo features are available, including code generation and access to QForms. All Drupal features are available, such as user management and CMS features.
Easiest Edit In Place enables Web (2.0) developers to generate any number of 'edit in place' widgets with only one line of script code. Using stylesheets and spans, any piece of text can be edited by any type of widget. Features include CSS customization and automatic caret positioning.
Moss is a collection of Java classes which includes additional custom Swing components (Tri state check boxes, complete password entry dialogs, a JFrame/JDialog framework to assist in creating large GUIs), file and image modification classes (EXIF/IPTC reading and editing, image roatation, file copying), miscellaneous data structures (such as a HeapSet implemenation), and much more.
ThinWire is a development framework that allows you to easily build applications for the Web that have responsive, expressive, and interactive user interfaces without the complexity of the alternatives. While virtually any Web application can be built with ThinWire, it especially excels at enterprise applications, with its highly interactive and rich user interface components. Using ThinWire to handle the view-layer of your Java EE (J2EE) application can provide better user experience and with shorter development time.