Ripcord is an PHP 5 XML-RPC server and client library with a very simple and easy to use API. You can create XML-RPC, (simplified) SOAP 1.1, and SimpleRPC clients with one call and then call RPC methods as if they were local methods of the client. You can create a server with one call, passing it any number of objects or classes whose methods it will publish and automatically document.
Dog is a Domotic OSGi Gateway. In other words, it is a software-based gateway used for controlling domotic environments in a vendor-independent way, thanks to its high-level semantic device modeling strategy and its driver architecture that allows it to support different domotic plant technologies.
XRDL is a language and tools for automatic client generation for XML-RPC services. It provides a way to create simple service definitions for XML-RPC services. It is inspired by WSDL, but aims for ease of use in the spirit of XML-RPC. It supports exporting complex (recursive) types, as well as methods. It includes a number of tools, allowing automatic XRDL generation for servers and clients written in PHP or C++/Qt.
Wired-php is an XML-RPC client for interfacing with WuBook WebServices. Wired-php allows you to export booking online steps for tourism properties and it can act as a proxy gateway to update contingents on IDS (Internet Distributon System) via the Channel Manager WooDoo. The intended audience is tourism sites and property management system developers. It should be used to implement online booking for tourism properties or to manage room contingents on the Internet.
NiftyName is a system for creating and managing virtual machine pools and all related components such as storage, private and public networks. It is intended to be used as a free alternative to Amazon EC2 and Microsoft Azure. All components have been designed for multi-site active redundancy, though this is not supported yet. Its architecture is based on documented XML-RPC (SSL) Web services, so you can make your own derivative tools for it. Console and GTK+ client applications are provided. VMs are based on KVM. It supports IPv6, private VLANs, multiple interfaces, user/client management, permissions, and roles.