Ding is a PHP framework that provides dependency injection (by Setter, Constructor, and Method), Aspect Oriented Programming, XML, YAML, Events support, and some JSR 250/330 annotations as bean definition providers, lightweight, can be deployed as a PHAR file, simple, and quick MVC, syslog, TCP client and server with non-blocking sockets, timers, and custom error, signal, and exception handling, PAGI integration (for the Asterisk gateway interface), and PAMI integration (for Asterisk management). It is similar to Java's Seasar and Spring.
DocBook is an XML vocabulary which enables you to create document content in a presentation-neutral form that captures the logical structure of the content. Using the DocBook Project XSL stylesheets, you can publish DocBook content as HTML pages and PDF files and other formats, including man pages, HTML Help, and JavaHelp.
DocBook Doclet creates DocBook XML and class diagrams from Javadoc comments, converts HTML to DocBook, and transfoms DocBook XML into various output formats. It consists of a complete DocBook distribution containing schemas and the DocBook XSL stylesheets. It also integrates Apache FOP as the XSL:FO processor. A Swing application is used to customize the doclet and most of the DocBook XSL parameters and to start the transformations.
Dragon Breath is the name of a generic development and application framework that is heavily based on PostgreSQL and PHP. It contains different layers which wrap business logic, data, and any graphical interface. It opens up and eases development in the field of graphical user interfaces and data management. The interface layer is built upon XSLT rendering, which allows the rendering of displays for different interfaces like Web browsers, PDAs, mobile phones, and others. The database layer depends on PostgreSQL's features and allows a common exchange of data with any kind of data structure. It even contains built in sanity checks for data integrity.
EDIReader is a Java package for parsing business documents structured according to Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) standards. It supports the SAX and JAXP interfaces defined for XML, making it suitable for use in any XML-based system that allows the configuration of a custom SAX parser. Therefore EDI interchanges can be easily transformed with XSLT or accessed with JDOM.