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Subject [DAISY] Created: Cocoon-based and Cocoon-related Projects
Date Tue, 01 Aug 2006 13:17:24 GMT
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Name: Cocoon-based and Cocoon-related Projects
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<h1>Cocoon-based Projects</h1>

<li><a href="">Apache Lenya</a><br/>
Apache Lenya is an Open-Source Content Management and Publishing System written
in 100% pure Java. It is based on open standards such as XML (DOM, SAX) and
XSLT. One of its core components is the pipeline processor Cocoon from the
Apache Software Foundation.</li>
<li><a href="">Apache Forrest</a><br/>
Apache Forrest is an XML standards-oriented documentation framework based upon
Apache Cocoon, providing XSLT stylesheets and schemas, images and other
resources. Forrest uses these to render the source content into a website via
command-line, robot, or dynamic application.</li>
<li><a href="">sp.xsl</a>
Generate simple websites with XSL.</li>
<li><a href="">WebEditor WCMS</a><br/>
webEditor is a web application to manage the content of a news-based web site
(you know Slashdot?). It's based on Apache Cocoon and Apache/ApacheJServ/Tomcat
as Web Server/Servlet platform.</li>
<li><a href="">Chello - A minimal Cocoon 2
Chello is an Open Source minimal Cocoon 2 application. It features project
compilation using ANT, unit testing with JUnit, functional testing with
HTTPUnit, continuous integration process with CruiseControl, documentation
generation for Java code using javadoc and XSL Stylesheets using XSLDoc, project
documentation using Cocoon and automatic build of web archive file (WAR) for
easy distribution.</li>
<li><a href="">XMLLeague</a><br/>
Sports (soccer) league administration.</li>
<li><a href="">Buglet - XML Bugtracking System</a>
An xml-centric bug system implemented in Java as a servlet running on top of
Cocoon/Tomcat. Supports e-mail and web based submission of bugs. Buglet offers a
standardized form for the data associated with bugs.</li>
<li><a href="">xReporter</a><br/>
is an Avalon/Cocoon-based database reporting application that makes use of XML
report definitions to produce HTML, CSV, Excel and PDF reports available across
a web interface.</li>
<li><a href="">CocoonGallery</a><br/>
is a Cocoon based photogallery mainly written in XSLT. It makes possible to
publish images easily by just dropping them in a folder, thumbnails are
generated on the fly.</li>
<li><a href="">CoWarp</a><br/>
is an open source extension to Cocoon - it provides an improved authentication
framework and useful components for Cocoon.</li>

<h1>Cocoon-related Projects</h1>

<li><a href="">EditXML - Managing XML files for
Edit XML provides a servlet based solution for managing sets of XML files for
XML based publishing systems like Cocoon.</li>
<li><a href="">Pollo XML Editor (with Cocoon
sitemap support)</a><br/>
Pollo lets you edit XML files. It's best suited for files which can be
represented in a tree structure. It comes with built-in support for Cocoon
sitemap files, Ant build files and XML Schemas. The editor has a colourful tree
widget (not the default Swing one!), drag-and-drop support, unlimited undo,
model-view design (open multiple views on the same file), ...</li>
<li><a href="">JEuclid - MathML Transformer for
The project is a component for the Apache Cocoon project which converts MathML
documents to GIF images or SVG.</li>
<li><a href="">Daisy</a><br/>
Daisy is an open source content management framework, consisting of a standalone
repository server accessible through a ReST-style HTTP/XML interface. It
features an extensive Wiki-on-steroids-like front-end application, which runs
inside Apache Cocoon.</li>

<h1>How to get listed</h1>

<p>If you do not find your project here, make sure you
<a href=" Project:">tell us</a>.
Enter a meaningful title after the words "Link: Project:" in the subject,
provide a short summary of your project, and do not forget to tell us the URL.
You could also follow the <a href="daisy:1177">Contributing</a> page to make it
easier for everyone.</p>


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