XSpell is a spell checker for Web forms. When a user fills in a form and hits a spell-check button, the text input is packaged up by the browser into an XML-RPC message and sent to the spell checker server. The server generates an XML-RPC response containing spelling mistakes it found (if any), and word replacement suggestions for those words. The user's browser parses the response and presents the list of word suggestions to pick from, along with an input box that can be used to type in words not suggested.
NotFTP 1.2.1 works fine with PHP & Apache for Win32
Despite what the NotFTP homepage says, it does
work fine on Windows as long as you use Apache.
I can't speak to whether it works on IIS or not
cause I haven't tested it.
Writing an well coded/well thought out open
source is a great thing to show off to
prospective employers... it can be used to
show applied (not theoritical) talent, initiative,
That's how I got my last 2 jobs was showing
off stuff I did on my own time and explaining
what went into building it - in terms of project
managment, design, planning and execution -
at my job interview, when they asked about it.