JEDI Database Desktop replaces and extends Borlands Database Desktop, which is not free. The goal of this project is to implement the functions of the original Database Desktop and add some useful features. The application is written in Delphi 6 / Kylix.
SQLiteDBMS is a database management server for SQLite. It allows an sqlite3 process to be accessed via a TCP/IP network. It provides Extended SQL, SSL, basic authentication, query caching, WebDAV, access control, and replication. http://sqlitedbms.sf.net
Meditux is Java-servlet software that provides a web interface to MySQL to support a medical intensive care unit intranet. See http://icu-web.org for the new direction of the software. No releases are planned yet.
DUQU is a system, which allows you to store a width range of Documents and index them.
JPerson is a web-based addressbook. The goal is to have entry-level Java developers (with a techinical lead) to design and build JPerson. It will run under the application server, Tomcat, and use MySQL to store data.
ObjectBlox is a collection of libraries and utilities that provide a variety of useful services and functions for building distributed, cross-platform applications. It is written entirely in C# and runs on the .Net and Mono runtimes.
A Basic style language that uses a database as the internal datastructure. It compiles the code to ANSI-C. It is intended to be used for highly interactive websites. For documentation and background info, visit the homepage!
dbXML is a Native XML Database (NXD). NXDs are databases that store XML using an internalized format for faster overall processing. dbXML was developed using the Java 2 Standard Edition version 1.4.
An API onto MySQL for development in win32, VC++. The contents of this API is similar to those of the existing MFC-DAO extensions. It also has extra classes to extend the existing DAO-classes in MFC and communicate with this API.
This is a multipurpose information system. It aims to hold data items in a semi structured way, alowing the user (you i hope) to create it\'s own datatype system without the need to dive into complex database designing issues.