eboxy is an application for building simple user interfaces for entertainment PCs, suitable for use with a remote on a TV screen. It uses SDL for graphics and XML-based interface description files, supports TrueType fonts and PNG alpha transparency, and has a plugin extension system.
Gallery Constructor is a Web/CD photo album constructor. It features templating support, watermark picture support, customizable looks for galleries, high-quality resampling when resizing images, compatibility with Exif-information from the camera, the ability to add selected tags to your gallery information, the ability to stamp a copyright text to pictures in order to prevent unauthorized use, support for unlimited depths of sub-folders, an FTP client with support for passive mode (for compatibility with firewalls and proxies), and transparent communication with the Through-the-lens.net directory service.
Cewolf can be used inside a Servlet/JSP-based Web application to embed complex graphical charts of all kinds (e.g. line, pie, bar chart, plots, etc.) into a Web page. It provides a full-featured tag library to define all properties of the chart (colors, strokes, legend, etc.), thus the JSP which embedds the chart is not polluted with any Java code. Everything is described with XML-compliant tags.
Pixory is a "personal image server". It allows you to store your photos on your own PC and access them, compose them into albums, and share them anywhere on the Internet. It presents a standard Web interface through which you can browse and organize your photos. All user-entered album data is stored in XML. Pixory displays image metadata such as the EXIF information embedded in image files by most digital cameras and scanners.