The player sits on the top or bottom of web pages, has support for playlists where listeners can easily choose from and plays MP3, MP4, RSS podcasts or Youtube playlists.
Multiple skins exist to choose from and few options like default volume, autostart or shuffle playback helps helps customizing it more.
By default, the player would work as an external player from the domain of the resource however, it can be downloaded and installed on your own domain pretty easily.
Requirements: PHP5+ with fsocketopen enabled
Compatibility: All Major Browsers
Few days ago, Adobe has launched the Flash Player 11 which is a milestone for the product as the new Stage3D API that allows up to 1,000 times faster rendering compared to Flash Player 10.
It focuses on the 3D content and the widely-used 2D content won't be getting the advantages of this new feature.
Starling Framework, a pure ActionScript 3 library, aims to fill this gap by rendering all content through GPU.
The framework has a familiar API which makes it very easy to use for Flash developers. Even the live-Flash-websites can be improved with it just by exchanging the native Flash classes with their Starling equivalents.
It has support for RSA + AES methods and the text can be encrypted with any given bit length (228, 1024, etc.).
The content is encrypted with a public key and it can only be decrypted with that key (which makes sense if the recipient already has that information).
Cryptico.js doesn't require any JS frameworks to function and it is well-documented.
Requirements: No Requirements
Bricolage is an open-source and enterprise-class content management system that makes creating, managing and publishing content very easy.
It is built with Perl, uses MySQL or PostgreSQL for storing data and has a powerful templating system (Mason, Template Toolkit, or PHP).
With the help of this templating system and the flexibility offered on every step, it is possible to build any type of websites.
Bricolage has a group and permission based user management system that eases working as a team where some users can be editors, others being designers, etc.
Besides many other standard CMS features, there is a very handy and built-in alert system which can be setup for many events like an article going online, being edited, etc. to get notified instantly.
Also, there is a well-documented API which enables you to pull and push any type of data from the system.
Requirements: Perl 5.8.0+ and PostgreSQL or MySQ
ChocolateChip-UI is a mobile web app development framework that targets WebKit engines..
The framework provides fully functional widgets and controls right out of the box which know how to behave so you can focus only on providing the data.
A new concept is introduced by the framework: WAML (Web App Markup Language) which is designed for creating mobile web apps and uses special tags + attributes to clearly define all the parts (rather than divs and spans) for a faster development.
ChocolateChip-UI has most of the elements we get used from iOS like the buttons, tab bar, lists, slider and more.
The framework is very well-documented, provides snippets for the basics and definitely a must-bookmark for mobile web app development.
Requirements: No Requirements
Compatibility: WebKit Browsers