XMLas XMLas is a tool for binding xml definitions to an actionscript object structure can read and resolve 'n' definition files
Walter Zorn's Drag-Drop library which open-source (LGPL 2.1 or later) by Walter Zorn.
Sigma Visusal Ajax UI builder
Moo.fx builds on a lite version of Prototype library to provide an extremely compact effects package like Visual Effects
JSONER provides open-source solution for improving your web technologies.
JSLog's focus is on ease of integration and deployment, providing a logging infrastructure with minimal performance impacts.
GSV lets you place a massive image on the server, and let the user scroll around.
crossvision Application Composer
crossvision Application Composer is a framework incorporating Application Designer with the purpose of easily defining the user interface of applications in a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).
Capxous likes those auto complete things on those cutting edge applications? Auto complete has a widely usage today, especially in Accounting, CRM, HR, ERP and Manufacturing software.
Bitjuice is a bitmap/raster API for easy graphics in the browser whish uses an HTML table (not canvas/SVG).
Bindows Linker - The Bindows Linker is a tool that reduces the code size of a Bindows application by including only the classes and methods required.
Bindows animation library
Bindows animation library enables adding animations to Bindows components - thus creating visual effects like pulsating buttons.
Backbase Enterprise Ajax is targeted at developers who need to create more compelling Ajax Web interfaces for any type of software application.
Ample SDK is the only multi-purpose client-side framework that brings open standards to the browser. Ample SDK employs XML for laying out User Interfaces and DOM API for implementing logic of applications in a clean standard cross-browser and future-proven way.
It?s fast, reliable, 100% free and open-source. With this new version we have strived to make a product as stable and full-featured as ColdFusion-based remoting (the reference implementation).
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