This is a project to create/maintain webportfwd. Webportfwd is a program which listens on specified ports for incoming HTTP requests. When requests come in, it replies back with a redirect to tell the browser where the real URL lives. This allows one machine to receive multiple HTTP connections to multiple ports, and depending on the port contacted, it will reply with the URL for the service that the user expects to find on that port. The ports it listens to and the URLs it sends out are stored in a text configuration file.
Logiclic is a home automation solution. It has just a little kernel (Servlet in Java), and you can add a Manager to this kernel and access it via a Web browser. The manager can exchange services like Tini management, I2C driver, X10 Driver, Switcher Manager, Thermometer, LCD control, etc. With this modular part, you can make your own solution of home automation. It features a neuronal manager and a scripting manager. Documentation is in French.
mod_header_modify can change or remove incoming HTTP headers, and it can also add headers that weren't sent by the client. It can thus be used to manipulate the behaviour of content handlers that you don't want to (or can't) change. Another option might be to simulate various user agents, perhaps in conjuction with mod_rewrite.
Webtester is an application which is intended to be used in the testing and validation of Web-based applications. By reading an XML configuration file, the application is able to call URLs and use regular expressions to examine the results. Features include support for SSL, cookies, and variable assignment/substitution when sending and examining data.
hlg is a fast and easy to use tool for quickly auditing the performance of your Web applications. It reads Web logs and generates some interesting statistics, including details about average and peak concurreny (based on overlapping start times and durations), and the average and peak size and duration of requests over time. It is able to group regions based on the URL and produces text or comma-separated reports.
r80v5 is a fast, lightweight HTTP server written in REBOL, supporting the execution of server-side REBOL code embedded in HTML files. It is easily extended by mapping modules to a resource pattern. For example, one module could be called for all *.txt files, but a different module could be used for all *.txt files in the directory 'source/'.
HN URL Rewrite can emulate page request URL rewriting and redirection. It can parse and change the output of the current page script to rewrite the URLs of links or images in the page with absolute URLs, relative URIs, and URLs that contain the scheme and host (http://www.somehost.com).