The SODA Native XML Database System is a native XML database that provides efficient management of large amounts of XML data. It is based on a multi-user, client-server architecture with a generic query processing layer that can easily support different query languages. In this lightweight version, user- defined indexes and query optimizations have been removed, however full transaction support (commits and rollbacks) and crash recovery are available.
XPointerAPI is a Java API for XPointer. XPointer is a W3C standard for addressing into the internal structure of XML documents. It introduces new types of location, such as ranges and points. XPointerAPI is based on Xalan, which is the XSLT engine published by the Apache Software Foundation. This is one of the first implementations of the XPointer standard. It allows the execution of XPointer expressions on XML documents.
The XML_XPath PEAR Class allows easy manipulation, maneuvering, and querying of a domxml tree using both xpath queries and DOM walk functions. It uses an internal pointer for all methods on which the action is performed. Results from an xpath query are returned as an XML_XPath_Result object, which contains all the DOM functions from the main object. This class tries to stay as close as possible to the DOM Recommendation. It is important to note that this is only an interface for the PHP domxml library. It depends on that library available (--with-dom) and hence requires PHP 4.2.1. This class is useful if you are looking for a fast implementation to XML documents.
The XML Resume Library is an XML and XSL based system for marking up, adding metadata to, and formatting resumes and curricula vitae. It consists of an XML Document Type Definition (DTD) for describing resumes and XSL stylesheets to transform an XML resume into HTML, PDF, or plain text.