Naked Objects is an application development platform. It's called Naked Objects because all you need to develop are your domain objects; the Naked Objects platform automatically creates an object-oriented user interface (giving you the choice of different styles) and the underlying storage mechanism (again, giving you the choice as how to persist your objects).
JiBX/OTA is a set of examples and sample code intended to help developers working with the Open Travel Alliance schemas. It includes two different examples of JiBX code generation from the OTA schemas, an example of WSDL generation from a Java interface for a Web service based on OTA messages, and two different sample implementations of a client and server for the Web service (Axis2 with standard SOAP/HTTP support, and JiBX/WS with SOAP/HTTP as well as POX/HTTP, SOAP/TCP, and POX/TCP, including high-performance XBIS encoding support).
CairoForPHP is an application that demonstrates several functions of the Cairo implementation for PHP. It uses a technique with which, from the same source, it can run both as a desktop application with PHP-GTK and as a Web application, thus demonstrating how PHP-GTK can be used as "just one" method of output and integrated into multi-platform, multi-environment applications. The samples in CairoForPHP are fully adjustable, and code can be "dropped-in" easily in the non-Phar versions: all required additional data interfaces are XML-based. The integrated samples come both pre-rendered and in live rendering, demonstrating both abilities of Cairo here and PHP-GTK's utilization with Cairo in the realization of it. CairoForPHP uses several technologies in order to achieve all this, such as XML-based data interfaces (including XML Schema validation), PHP-GTK, Phar compatibility, Gettext integration, and others.
GPlates offers a novel combination of interactive plate-tectonic reconstructions, geographic information system (GIS) functionality, and raster data visualization. GPlates enables both the visualization and the manipulation of plate-tectonic reconstructions and associated geological, geophysical, and paleo-geographic data through geological time.
The IEC 61131-3 Structured Text to XML Compiler parses an IEC Structured Text source and generates an XML representation of the syntax tree of the source. Names defined in the IEC 61131-3 grammar are used as tag names, though underscore characters in the names of the non-terminal symbols are replaced with a minus sign. The result then can be further processed with the YML toolchain or with an XSLT stylesheet. The compiler is compatible with the 61131-3 ST standard as used in the Beremiz project, as well as with the dialect of EPAS 4.