T‑PEN is a web-based tool for working with images of manuscripts. Users attach transcription data (new or uploaded) to the actual lines of the original manuscript in a simple, flexible interface.
The eXtensible Text Framework (XTF) is a powerful open source platform for providing access to digital content. Developed and maintained by the California Digital Library (CDL), XTF functions as the primary access technology for the CDL’s digital collections and other digital projects worldwide.
The goal of MARC4J is to provide an easy to use Application Programming Interface (API) for working with MARC and MARCXML in Java. MARC stands for MAchine Readable Cataloging and is a widely used exchange format for bibliographic data. MARCXML provides a loss-less conversion between MARC (MARC21 but also other formats like UNIMARC) and XML.
The marc2frbr tool supports the conversion of records in the MARC format to a normalized set of records based on the FRBR model. The tool is implemented in XSLT.
Pazpar2 is a high-performance, user interface-independent, data model-independent metasearching middleware webservice featuring merging, relevance ranking, record sorting, and faceted results. It is the engine behind our hosted MasterKey metasearch solution.
Xerxes is an open source library portal application used by over 40 institutions around the world. It's highly customizable, provides sophisticated citation management and integration features, and is mobile-ready.
Kramerius is a digital Library based on Fedora Commons. It is being developed and used by Czech libraries.
ABCD (Automation of liBraries and Documentation Centers) is a full integrated library automation system based on ISIS-technology as the underlying database. It encompasses all main functions of ILS : cataloging, OPAC, Loans, Acquisitions, Statistics, but adds a 'Site' (with CMS built-in) for easy production of a library website with integrated meta-search.