Lanai Core is a mature OOP framework for building Web, command line, and GUI applications. It allows PHP developers to easily integrate and manage code resources and build complex applications quickly. The compact core framework includes a basic CMS and other modules to help you get started. It features a shallow learning curve, a performance-conscious design, and tight integration with the PEAR libraries.
Pic-Matic is an easy-to-use and completely customizable photo slideshow with support for a variety of frame styles, 17 different special effects (transitions), and the ability to cycle through the photos automatically with a single click. It includes a number of extra frame backgrounds and custom cursor support as well. Pic-Matic provides an easy and convenient way to share your photo or image collection over the Web.
SD-Menu is an easy-to-use and completely customizable hierarchical horizontal navigation menu that includes custom cursor support, embedded images within menu titles, 21 background images, over 70 mini-images, and 9 different border styles. It is easy to configure and use and provides a convenient way for visitors to navigate your Web site.
CGI::SHTML is a perl module for parsing Apache SSI directives within a CGI script, without going through Apache itself. It was specifically designed to operate like start_html() and end_html() within CGI.pm while including the same SSI headers and footers that the main Web site parses. While it is not ready for deployment on large production Web sites, it has served well for several years on a mid-sized academic site.
GobbleRSS is a Web-based RSS reader inspired from the previous version of Google Reader. It was developed as an alternative to Google Reader for people who need to access their RSS articles from home or work, but with the ability to download unread articles to a PDA. Since Google Reader doesn't yet have a public API that would allow a PDA to grab the latest unread articles, GobbleRSS was developed to allow PDA sync applications to download a single Web page that contains a certain number of unread articles. You can then read those articles on the go.
phpshow is a server-side Web script that provides an image browser and a cross-fading slideshow. You simply place it in a Web folder with images and it works. It first shows a browser overview with automatically generated thumbnails. Clicking on a button or one of the pictures starts a slideshow where images are resized to fit the window by default. A variety of cross-fading and blending modes are also included. It also offers the user the option to download zip archives of all photos in browse mode.