mojoPortal is a cross-platform object oriented Web site framework. It supports PostgreSQL, MySQL, Firebird, SQLite and MS SQL for the backend. It includes a content management system, forums, blogs, photo galleries, newsletter, polls, surveys, an event calendar, an RSS feed aggregator, and a skinnable design.
Countdown Timer until specified Date-Time starts a countdown to a time defined in forms. It can take a given time for the end of a countdown from form inputs which define the year, month, day, hour, minute, and second. The object can also take the end time from static page elements with identifiers which start with a given prefix. The object can start the countdown and keep updating page elements which show the remaining time to the end.
Comments script with pagination adds comments to a website, paginating them without affecting the rest of the page content or the page URL. It can be used with multiple pages of a site, whatever the type of the page URL (modified or not with mod-rewrite). It can be set to allow only logged-in users to add comments, and has many other settings and Admin management.
JS Slideshow Content can present a slideshow of HTML content. It can look inside a page element which contains different children slideshow elements which will be made visible one at a time. The slide show elements switch from one to another automatically after a configurable period of time or using object functions to switch to the next and previous slideshow element.
DAPL (Direct Access Provider Library) is a transport-independent, platform-independent, high-performance API for using the remote direct memory access (RDMA) capabilities of modern interconnect technologies such as InfiniBand, the Virtual Interface Architecture, and iWARP. This is the reference implementation of that specification by the DAT Collaborative who maintain the DAPL API.
BSF4ooRexx is a Java language binding for the scripting language ooRexx. It allows ooRexx programmers to directly use the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) libraries. It allows, for example, implementation of Java methods in ooRexx and callbacks from Java to ooRexx. It camouflages Java so that it resembles ooRexx by being dynamically typed and caseless. BSF4ooRexx comes with built-in support for programming OpenOffice.org/LibreOffice.org and allows ooRexx to be used as a macro language.