Public team workspace
Collaborative editor, requirements management tool and much more
ARREA (A Reasonable Requirements Engineering Application) is a simple yet powerful requirements management tool that uses arbitrary files to store information and Subversion to allow team collaboration. Its simple conventions make it suitable for much other purposes. In fact, for any document-oriented tasks focused on collaborative work and exhaustive change and traceability management. At its heart, ARREA provides a thin layer on top of SVN that allows it to be used as a powerful time-aware NoSQL database, accessible through an easy REST API.
AjaxOS is simple ajax framework. Makes possible to easy create insulated application. include modules: xslt, io, user interface, timer(thread), core messages.
Alster is a unit testing framework for XSLT files written in XSLT itself (but with a dependency on Nalax, an XSLT extension package for Apache Xalan-J).
Amanda Portal is an user-friendly and powerful administrative GUI and CMS for the uPortal <http://www.uportal.org>. It consists content management and publishing system and extendable management interfaces for various purposes.
Ambient Composite Engine, a web-based framework for writing composite software, submitted by WebactiveLabs.
Dynamic multi-channel multi-taxonomy W3c standard compliant Content Management System with distributed editing and streaming support developed with XML/XSL and Java technologies (based upon HippoCMS).
Another AJAX Framework
Ant Pretty Build is a tool to easily show and run Ant buildfiles in a browser window. It displays from xml file the project name, description, properties, taskdefs, targets, etc. allowing to modify/add properties, logger/logfile, run targets and more...
Antdoc generates documentation for Ant build files, similar to that of JavaDoc.
Antex is a set of useful extensions for Apache Ant.
Apache Cocoon 2.2 Beispiele die im Buch "Apache Cocoon" im dPunkt Verlag beschrieben werden. Beispiele können auch unabhängig vom Buch den Einstieg in Cocoon erleichtern.
Arakne is developed as a content management system. It offers to unexperienced users the instruments to easily build any kind of website, from the simplest one to the most complex and dynamic, allowing advanced users to customize every single corner.
Here is Archii (Automation and Remote Control for Home Intelligence and Interactivity). This french project proposes a set of Web Services dedicated to creation of a smarter house. It uses open-source products such as Petals ESB, FreeTTS...
XML/HTML based tool for colaborative process modeling. The process content is stored as XML documents, transformed into HTML using XSL templates. It´s useful to generate processes web sites (like RUP) having separation between content and exhibition.
AttackTreeMonkey is an XSLT script that calculates values in an attack tree (using Libxslt or Saxon) and outputs XHTML. Attack trees are a way of modelling security systems and how they fail (see Bruce Schneier in Dr Dobbs Journal; 1999).
Content Mangement Systems in Finnish language - Suomenkielistä Web-sisällönhallintaa
AXLE is an experimental CMF engine which extends Typo3 conceptions. Written from scrarch in object-oriented PHP5. It uses XML files for data storage, easy installs and don't requires any additional software.
BPMN-ride is an IDE that runs entirely on browser to model business processes based on Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) specification.
A self-contained and portable build system derived from the traditional 4.4BSD system. It implements Bourne configure script generation, concurrent building and it can compile IDE project files. It is portable to most operating systems and make flavors.
BTL is a template language that combines power of JSTL and XSLT to produce documents in XML, HTML, XHTML, XSL-FO, PDF or other formats, based on the JavaBean input.
XPathLog to Datalog translator.
Web 2.0 framework developed in PHP5 that allows you to develop interoperable, standards-compliant, scalable web applications without having to worry about the complexities of the underlying architecture for the most common of functionality.
BeanReader is a tool that uses annotations on Java classes to extract objects from XML documents. The annotations indicate (using XPaths) where in the document the object's properties are represented.
Apache Cocoon applications available are 1. a small shop 2. a drill-down directory 3. Helpdesk 4.DynaShop. Visit http://beaverdesk.sourceforge.net/