wp-popeye (Popeye) presents images from the Wordpress media library in a nice and elegant way within your posts and pages. Use it to save space when displaying a collection of images and offer your users a simple way to show large versions of your images. It is based on jQuery.popeye and does not employ a disruptive modal window to display large images, allowing all thumbnails and the large images to be browsed in a single image space. It also repects the page flow and stays anchored and rooted in the Web page at all times. The plugin is very easy to set up and integrates automatically into your posts, or allows you to use a shortcode. It comes with several styles but can be also easily customized.
Coronis Test is an HTML test framework based on jQuery. It is specially prepared for AJAX environments. For example, when it checks whether a given text is present, it waits some time, in case it's still processing and has not yet arrived. This way it's very easy to concentrate on actions, without waiting until something happens. It has a built-in mechanism for using action based functions, which helps when debugging something that requires repetitive tasks, like logging in or going to some specific part of the Web application as a specific user. It's a generic framework that is easy to adapt to specific needs. It also has variables that can be easily used from any part of the program.
siqqel is a simple and lightweight framework which allows you to execute MySQL queries directly from your browser (by transforming them into JSON calls to a backend script), displaying the results of your queries within the structure of the calling HTML document. To issue a query and have its results displayed in a table of your HTML document, you simply put an SQL statement into the "sql" attribute of a <table> element and it will be executed when you open the HTML document in your browser. Your browser will wrap the SQL statement into a JSON call, and this call will be issued to a backend script on your server, which in turn issues the statement against your database server and returns the result set back to your browser. Your browser will display the result set in the according table. If you hover your mouse over the table, a "reload" icon will be displayed, allowing you to re-issue the SQL statement without the need to reload the whole page.
The Imixs Workflow project offers a Java based BPM framework to build workflow management systems (WFMS) in a fast and easy way. The project provides different components and sub-projects that contribute to the development of workflow solutions in any kind of Java or Java EE application. The goal of this project is to offer an easy-to-use Java based technology with a focus on human based workflow. This means that the Imixs Workflow is typically applied to human-to-human workflow applications. But it can also be used for technical business process management solutions (BPM). The Imixs JEE Workflow is a full featured Workflow Management System (WFMS) based on the JEE specification. The project extends the Imixs Workflow API project to fulfill the requirements to a scalable, transactional, robust and simple deployable Java EE Workflow System. The Project provides different service components (EJBs) to be used in any kind of BPM application.
VyperBlog is an all-in-one site template for the Google App Engine. It is meant for small businesses or enterprises that want to get into the Google cloud using a turn-key solution that provides security and safety for the data being stored in the back-end database. VyperBlog provides protection from hackers and crackers who might want to abuse forms and other resources being published by those who are using VyperBlog. VyperBlog employs a unique method for securing sites called Secure-Site.
Refinery is a Ruby on Rails content management system for small business sites where the client needs to be able to update their Web site themselves without being bombarded with anything too complicated. It is truly aimed at the end user, making it easy for them to pick up and make changes themselves.
Wolf CMS simplifies content management by offering an elegant user interface, flexible templating per page, simple user management and permissions, and the tools necessary for file management. It is a fork of Frog CMS, which was itself a PHP migration of the Ruby-on-Rails app Radiant CMS. Wolf is now forging its own development path, although a family resemblance with these two systems can still be seen.