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Fun to Play Open Source Real-Time Strategy Games Fight for Glory
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  • Quixote
    Quixote is a package that supports Web application development by Python programmers. In Quixote, the templating language is a small extension of Python itself: the aim is to make Web page assembly take maximal advantage of the Python programmer's existing skills.
  • RailsDB
    RailsDB is a Web application using the Ruby on Rails Web framework. It provides a generic interface to popular open source databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite.
  • Ramaze
    Ramaze is a simple, light, and modular Web application framework for use with Ruby. Ramaze aims to adhere to the KISS and POLS principles. Ramaze has minimal dependencies, and is very modular, allowing you to use your own choice of ORM (DB interface and modelling library), JavaScript library, and templating library. Ramaze is thoroughly documented, with plenty of examples and helpers, and is developed with Behavior Driven Design (BDD), with a complete set of code specifications.
  • Raxan
    Raxan is a rich Ajax Application Framework that combines the unique features of CSS, HTML, JavaScript and PHP to deliver an integrated solution for building today's rich web 2.0 applications.
  • Redfoot
    Redfoot is a store/viewer/editor framework for RDF that includes peer-to-peer communication between stores.
  • Redland
    Redland is an application framework for RDF that allows plugging in of various modules to support different parsers, storage mechanisms or models.
  • RefleXiveCMS
    RefleXiveCMS is a component-based web application framework that happens to be implemented in PHP.
  • Rikulo
    Rikulo is a free and open source Dart framework for creating incredible cross-platform web and native mobile applications using HTML5.
  • Roosevelt
    Roosevelt is a Web framework for Node.js which uses Teddy for HTML templating and LESS for CSS preprocessing.
  • SabreDAV
    SabreDAV allows you to easily integrate your existing Web application with WebDAV. It supports most of the common clients, including the Mac OS X Finder, the Windows XP/Vista Explorer, DavFS2, Cadaver, NetDrive, and WebDrive.
  • Seagull
    Seagull is a mature OOP framework for building web, command line and GUI applications. Licensed under BSD, the project allows PHP developers to easily integrate and manage code resources, and build complex applications quickly.
  • Sinatra
    Sinatra is a DSL for quickly creating web applications in Ruby with minimal effort.
  • SiteFusion
    SiteFusion is a server-based development environment. Applications are written in pure object-oriented PHP and work through a thin XUL client. SiteFusion applications look and behave like native system applications but run on a server generating JavaScript commands.
  • Smutty
    Smutty is a MVC framework for PHP. It is designed with ease of use in mind, and heavily based on the Smarty templating engine.
  • SOPE Application Server
    SOPE Application Server is an extensive set of frameworks (16 frameworks, ~1500 classes) which form a complete Web application server environment. Besides the Apple WebObjects compatible appserver extended with Zope concepts, it contains a large set of reusable classes: XML processing (SAX2, DOM, XML-RPC), MIME/IMAP4 processing, LDAP connectivity, RDBMS connectivity, and iCalendar parsing.
  • Sourdough
    Sourdough is a comprehensive web application framework for PHP5. Sourdough provides developers with real-world solutions for common system components such as User Management, Session Handling, User Authentication, Exception Handling and Logging, Template System as well as Form Building and Handling. It does also include a database abstraction layer with excellent support for the popular MySQL database as well as support for many other database systems like MSSQL, PostgreSQL, and the new lightweight SQLite.
  • Spiked
    Spiked is a Python Web development framework built on a top of Twisted and Cheetah.
  • Stratos PHP Framework
    The Stratos PHP Framework is an object-oriented Web application framework for PHP that facilitates the rapid development of secure, maintainable Web apps.
  • SwingWeb
    Swingweb is a web-application framework that enables AWT/Swing application to operate inside a web container and presented as a web application to the web browser, purely in HTML/CSS/javascript. The swing application will render and behave in the web-container the same as it would as a desktop application.
  • Swocket
    Swocket is a cross-platform modular XML Socket server framework implemented in Python with the intention of being used to communicate with Macromedia Flash 5 content but is easily usable with other platforms that support the same flavor of XML Sockets.
  • Symfony
    Symfony is a Web application framework for PHP5 projects. It aims to speed up the creation and maintenance of Web applications, and to replace repetitive coding tasks with power, control, and pleasure. Read more
  • Synapse
    Synapse is an ESB engine built completely on the Web Services standards on top of Apache Axis2. It is a mediation framework for Web services that allows messages flowing through, into, or out of an organization to be mediated, including aspects such as logging, service lookup, performance mediation, versioning, failover, monitoring, fault management, and tracing.
  • Tapestry
    Tapestry is a comprehensive component-based web application framework. Works with Servlet API 2.1 and JDK 1.2 or above. Simplifies web application development by organizing an application into pages of components.
  • Tigermouse
    Tigermouse is a modern web applications framework for PHP. It relies on AJAX technology, so in pair with being lightweight enables you to build dynamic, responsive and interactive web applications. It is well suited for enterprise-grade tasks because of its strong commitment to server-side business logic processing.
  • TinkerBell
    TinkerBell is a application development tool for Ruby Web Dialogs. It works under rwdtinker, the core application for the rwdapplications. Rwdtinker can install and delete installed applets. This program uses the RubyWebDialogs GUI interface and can be added to with drop in applets. There are about 14 applets that can be installed.
  • TiP
    TiP is a general purpose framework for quickly build a working Web site in a typical PHP/MySQL environment.
  • TooFPy
    The Toolserver Framework for Python is a Medusa-based Web server with added dynamic multithreading and support for easy object publication via SOAP, XML-RPC, and REST.
  • TreeFrog Framework
    TreeFrog Framework is a high-speed and full-stack C++ framework for developing Web applications. In application development, it provides an O/R mapping system and template system on an MVC architecture, aims to achieve high productivity through the policy of convention over configuration.
  • Turbine
    Turbine is a servlet based framework that allows experienced Java developers to quickly build secure web applications.
  • TurboGears
    TurboGears is a complete front-to-back Web development mega-framework in Python. It is built from four core projects and several other packages to provide a powerful set of tools for building modern Web applications. Read more
  • Uliweb
    Uliweb is a Python based web framework. It features a Model View Template development model, and an app-based project structure. It also features URL mapping, environment execution mode, ORM, and more.
  • Ultimix
    Ultimix is a framework for developing Web-based applications (CMS, portals, ERPs, etc.) It includes multi-language support, permits management, an MVC mini framework, package structure, a template engine, a Javascript library, a simple GUI library, a caching system, and CAPTCHA.
  • Vaadin
    Vaadin is a Web application framework for Rich Internet Applications (RIA). In contrast to Javascript libraries and browser-plugin based solutions it features a server-side architecture, which means that the majority of the logic runs on the servers. Read more
  • VCL for PHP
    VCL for PHP is a PHP component framework that replicates the VCL for Win32.
  • VRaptor
    VRaptor is a Web-based MVC and IOC framework based on many frameworks and ideas (Seam, Stripes, Webwork, Hibernate Annotations, etc). It makes full use of Java 5 Annotations.
  • W2g
    W2g is a framework for building web-based applications such as online databases, intranet portals, CRM systems or Data Warehouse systems. It has a object-oriented design and includes a session management, a template engine, a persistency engine and many more features. W2g applications are developed within the web browser, no coding is needed.
    WASP (Web Application Structure for PHP5) is a multi-tier web application framework built on object oriented PHP5. The framework is a simplified Model-View-Controller architecture.
  • wCMF
    wCMF is a PHP application framework based on the MVC pattern, mostly used for building CMS. It includes an object persistence layer that connects to databases and XML files. Applications are defined in an UML model that is processed by wCMF Generator.
  • Webber
    Webber is a framework for harmonizing and providing metadata for Web server contents. Originally conceived as an HTML preprocessor, it has evolved to a full-featured environment for producing and maintaning the contents and metadata of Web pages.
  • WebFloor
    WebFloor is a Web application framework built on top of OfficeFloor. It provides the ability to separate roles in developing Web applications.
  • Webframe
    Webframe is an easy to use open source framework for developing web-based applications. It works in the LAMP environment. Webframe is not just a regular framework. After install you will have an environment which already has built in login interface, user and group management, database backup, logging feature and a lot more.
  • Weblocks
    Weblocks is an advanced Web framework written in Common Lisp. It is designed to make Agile Web application development as effective and simple as possible. It uses powerful Common Lisp features like multiple dispatch, the metaobject protocol, lexical closures, keyword arguments, and macros to build abstractions that make Web development easy, intuitive, and free of boilerplate. In addition, control flow is easily expressed using continuations. Things that are hard or mundane in other frameworks become easy and fun in Weblocks
  • WebMCP
    WebMCP is a Web application framework. Instead of using the classical Model-View-Controller (MVC) concept, WebMCP makes use of a so-called Model-View-Action concept.
  • websh
    websh is a rapid development framework, written in TCL, for building Web applications.
  • WebSite-PHP
    WebSite-PHP is a PHP Framework which has the distinction of being fully object-oriented and not requiring special knowledge of HTML or JavaScript.
  • WebTK
    WebTK is a Python framework, using Twisted as its underlying Web server, and allowing webmasters to develop websites like any classic GUI software. It is object-oriented, providing and handling event-based widgets.
  • Webware for Python
    Webware for Python is a suite of software components for developing web-based applications. The suite uses well known design patterns such as servlets and server pages (as found in ASP, PHP and JSP). It uses caching, multi-threading and objects.
  • Webzap
    Webzap is a framework for the development of web applications or views of multiple tier client server systems using the WingS API.
  • Werc
    Werc is a minimalist web framework built on the Unix and Plan 9 tool philosophy of software design.
  • WildWeb
    WildWeb is an opensource framework to web application development. It provides a complete set of core services to web aplications such as HTML/code separation through an advanced Template system, database abstraction, rich set of functions to automatically construct browsers, filters and (include|delete|update) forms to any table, a powerfull API to build custom forms with validation.

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