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Universal Feed Parser
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Parse RSS and Atom feeds in Python
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This project provides helpful libraries for C# application development.
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Simple to use library that handles a lot of things for you.
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Un framework en PHP escrito en espaƱol.
A PHP framework in spanish.
YaHP Converter
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YaHP is a Java library that allows you to convert an HTML document into a PDF document.
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Library of PHP 5 classes developed and used by CeuS Media. Clean, object oriented, tested and documented.
Contains more than 400 classes.
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cshampoo is a portable library for writing web servers and web services in C. It includes an embedded web server library, yoctohttp, and a SOAP library, libcshampoo.
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Mercantile is a payment processing library written in PHP5.

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Zoop Framework for PHP
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Zoop is a recursive acronym which stands for Zoop Object Oriented PHP Framework.

Far from being Yet Another PHP Framework or Rails clone, Zoop has been in development since 2001 and in use for the last 6 years in a number of different production environments. While it predates the recent proliferation of PHP frameworks, it's based on solid MVC principles, including separation of display, logic, and data layers. It's designed to be efficient, modular, and extensible, striking a balance betw...