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.
sgml2x is a script designed to help applying a DSSSL stylesheet to an SGML or XML document. It has a couple of interesting features, such as multiple possible stylesheets per document class, easy integration of new stylesheets by adding a simple new definition file in a configuration directory (system-wide, per-user, or per-project), and automatic selection of a default stylesheet to be used. It is already set up for DocBook SGML/XML.
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.
xml2sql-v is based on expat and is a quick and dirty solution to transform the content of any well-formed XML file into SQL INSERT statements such that you can postprocess the content of the XML data with SQL. The XML file is neither tested for correctness nor is it checked to contain anything reasonable. The insert statements will have the UTF-8 characterset but there are 3 more utilities (entityfix, latin1-utf8, and utf8-latin1), to fix broken HTML entities within the XML files, convert "forgotten" Latin1-Characters into proper XML entities, and convert the output back to Latin1 for easy insertion into the database.
YAPP XSLT is a recursive descent parser and lexical scanner generator (aka compiler compiler), implemented entierly in XSLT. The generated compiler stylesheets allow users to parse and process text content. The package also includes a BNF parser parser and left-recursion eliminator, and an example XPath grammar.
b-frame is a framework for rapid J2EE development. It is based on the assumption that it is possible to create business (i.e. transactional client server) applications just from knowing their structure. It defines sets of XML tags for describing databases and applications operating on these databases (application layer) and template implementations (implementation layer), respectively. It provides XSLT-stylesheets (core layer) for merging the user provided application layer and the template layer into real applications. By default, it comes with a J2EE implementation layer.
Axualize is a tool for creating applications by actualizing Java objects using XML. Axualize is based on JSR-57, and is intended to allow developers to create Java applications dynamically using XML. To understand how this could be useful, imagine a J2EE application with multiple client UIs being generated from Web applications. Using Axualize, you can present multiple form-based GUI front ends to your application by dropping in a Web application which builds your GUI applications using Axualize XML generated with JSP and whatever application framework you please.