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Java-based application server with XML features, licensed under BSD-like license
Servlet API 2.1 servlet container. It provides HTTP/1.1 compliance and has an easy to use admin interface. [Open Source, GPL]
The iChilli mobile J2EE platform
Provides a J2EE compliant runtime environment for both server and mobile platforms, such as J2ME, MIDP or other CLDC based devices (e.g. runs on the PersonalJava enabled Sharp Zaurus and Compaq's iPAQ).
The Jellybean Object Web Server
A Perl-based application server modeled after Zope.
XML/XSLT processor utilizing Apache and mod_python.
An inversion of Control implementation that focuses on dependency injection into methods rather than into objects and improves on existing dependency injection frameworks.
Open Source Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) Container System and Server. [BSD-style license]
Java-based framework for portal applications, providing API's and ready-to-use tools for pages, portlets, user management, content management, collaboration and community services. (LGPL)
OpenThought is a Web application engine. Designed to create pages that communicate with web server from DHTML using XML to update portions of page rather than requiring entire page reloads.
PHPAppl - PHP Application Server
PHP-based project geared toward creating web-development environment for non-programmers. Plans to allow web-interface to predefined modules for forums, yellow pages, and news.
Web server and application server which includes support for RXML, a tag-based language for constructing dynamic content. Allows tag plugins to be written in Pike.
An open source, easily extensible, high performance application server, written in Python.
Open-source Web application server environment in which Web-database applications can be developed completely in an extended HTML language. Similar to ColdFusion.
WebWare for Python
A suite of software components for developing object-oriented, web-based applications. [Open Source, Python license]
O'Reilly Network: JSP vs. XSP [Feb. 22, 2001]
Sue Spielman looks at JSP and XSP to help you decide which is right for your development needs. (February 22, 2001)
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