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Lebanon Java User group. Projects by Java Users group at ISAE Cnam Liban Att least two goals: * To collect and publish a set of projects and tools developped by students and teachers for training purpuse * To shared repository between the teams of the Educational ERP of Cnam Liban * To Promote open source developpement using Java
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A collection of applications and value adds for Sailfin
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A collection of components for Swing applications
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A collection of tools for JAXB
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A Java 1.5 Parser with AST generation and visitor support. The AST records the source code structure, javadoc and comments. It is also possible to change the AST nodes or create new ones to modify the source code. Original project hosted at http://code.google.com/p/javaparser hasnt been updated to maintain comments
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JXCSS is a Java SAX-generating CSS2 parser adapter. JXCSS can be used to instrument or refactor existing CSS stylesheets and also to generate new ones. JXCSS can use any SAC-compliant CSS2 parser. As the parser processes a stylesheet, JXCSS generates SAX events that model the stylesheet's deep structure. JXCSS can be connected to any SAX content handler, such as an XSLT or STX transformation. JXCSS supports several CSS2 parsers: Batik 1.6-1, Steady State 0.9.5 and Flute 1.3
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A minimal HTML processor and formatter for writing Java articles
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A next generation enterprise 2.0 portal framework
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A next-generation portal framework
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Password authentication support in Jini/JERI
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A Pluggable Web Portal for ESB Management & Monitoring
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A plugin for Substance LAF for Flamingo components
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a REST based data services for data sources
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A set of extensions for JavaServer(tm) Faces Technology
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A cross-platform media player.
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A tiny Shoutcast player applet ready to be embedded on your websites
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FX.js is a smarter alternative to FXML and the JavaFX API. It has the following facilities: 1) A JavaScript alternative for FXML, 2) Tools for writing JavaFX applications (entirely or partly) in JavaScript, and 3) APIs that enable Java (and other JVM language) programs to use these facilities. The FXJS interpreter is small enough (< 50 Kb) to embed in other programs. For more information see the links under "Project Links" in the left margin.
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A social networking system.
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A system for social news, bookmarking, and metadata
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A tool for analyzing and manipulating license headers of source
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A tools that helps documenting facelets taglibs.
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A Visual IDE-style LL(k) Parser Generator. LATEST VERSION HERE: http://vll.java.net
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A way display and jMaki widgets and create mashups
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A Console (Standard-I/O) Terminal for JARs
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Organizacao do Evento Abaporu -- Brasil @ JavaOne
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Libraries and programs to support unit and functional testing of Java UIs.
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Abeille Forms Designer is a WYSIWYG swing UI designer that ships with an LGPL 2.1 source code license and a commercial friendly BSD license for deployment of the Abeille runtime component.
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Group of persons in ICT fields who share their knowledges about Java Technology and associated.
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The Albuquerque Java Users Group
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Utilities for accelerator operation.
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A system rescue CD designed with accessibility in mind.
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AccessJiver is an open source, platform independent, Modularized clone of AccessDiver.
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A simple framework for declarative actions in Swing apps
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Pure-Java Object Relational Mapping
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Activity Manager is a project management tool.
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Architecture Driven Assisted Modeling Taglet
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This project provides mail merge feature for Adempiere users.
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ADEN is a reliable message passing API over Java's DatagramSockets. It provides functionalities similar to TCP sockets. The most important are negotiated connections, reliable in-order datagram delivery and ability to handle multiple connections to server's local address/port concurrently. ADEN provids a lightweight alternative of UDP & TCP sockets for applications where messages are small (A message size ranges between few bytes and few kilobytes) and/or all peers are in the same LAN.
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ADF Enterprise Methodology Group
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This project is used to list and categorize all "ADF samples" created by the members of the ADF EMG. The SVN repo in this project can also be used to store the samples. The ADF samples wiki pages provides an overview of all samples hosted here. Request participant rights for this project if you have ADF sample applications or demos you want to share with the ADF community.
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The ADF EMG Task Flow Tester is a web-based testing tool for ADF bounded task flows. It supports testing of task flows that use pages as well as task flows using page fragments. A sophisticated mechanism to specify task flow input parameters is provided. A set of task flow input parameters and run options can be saved as a task flow testcase. Task flows and their testcases can be exported to XML and imported from XML.
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This is the effort of Java User Groups, individuals and other organisations to contribute to the Java Community Process, i.e. Existing and emerging Java standards.
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JSR 107, JCACHE - Java Temporary Caching API (G Luck, Oracle) – EDR submitted, JCP 2.7
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JSR 172, J2ME Web Services Specification (Oracle) – Maintenance Release, October 2011
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JSR 236, Concurrency Utilities for Java EE (Oracle) – EG Formation/2.8 move April 2012
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JSR 302, Safety Critical Java Technology (Open Group) – EDR, January 2011, JCP 2.7
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JSR 308, Annotations on Java Types (M Ernst, Oracle) – EDR 2, migration in process
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JSR 310, Date and Time API (S Colebourne, M Santos, Oracle) – EDR 2 submitted, JCP 2.7
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JSR 333, Content Repository API for Java Technology 2.1 (Adobe) – EDR, September 2011, JCP 2.7
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JSR 335, Lambda Expressions for the JavaProgramming Language (Oracle) – EDR 2, migration in process
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JSR 337, Java SE 8 Release Contents (Oracle) – EG Formation, migration in process
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JSR 338, Java Persistence 2.1 (Oracle) – EDR, January 2012
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JSR 339, JAX-RS 2.0: The Java API for RESTful Web Services (Oracle) – EDR 3, July 2012
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JSR 340, Java Servlet 3.1 Specification (Oracle) – EDR, August 2012
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JSR 341, Expression Language 3.0 (Oracle) – Public Review, August 2012
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JSR 342, JavaPlatform, Enterprise Edition 7 (Java EE 7) Specification (Oracle) – EDR, migration in process
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JSR 343, Java Message Service 2.0 (Oracle) – EDR, March 2012
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JSR 344, JavaServer Faces 2.2 (Oracle) – EDR, December 2011
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JSR 345, Enterprise JavaBeans 3.2 (Oracle) – EDR, February 2012
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JSR 346, Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE 1.1 (RedHat) – EDR, October 2011/2.8 move December 2011
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JSR 347, Data Grids for the Java Platform (RedHat) – JSR Review, April 2011, JCP 2.7
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JSR 349, Bean Validation 1.1 (RedHat) – EDR, March 2012, JCP 2.7
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JSR 350, Java State Management (Oracle) – JSR Review, August 2011, JCP 2.7
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JSR 351, Java Identity API (Oracle) – JSR Review, September 2011, JCP 2.7
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JSR 352, Batch Applications for the Java Platform (IBM) – EDR, August 2012
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JSR 353, Java API for JSON Processing (Oracle) – EDR, September 2012
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JSR 354, Money and Currency API (Credit Suisse) – JSR Review, February 2012
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JSR 355, EC Merge (Oracle) – Final Release, August 2012
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JSR 356, Java API for WebSocket (Oracle) – JSR Review, March 2012
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JSR 358, A major revision of the Java Community Process (Oracle) – JSR Review, July 2012
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JSR 359, SIP Servlet 2.0 (Oracle) – JSR Review, July 2012
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JSR 360(Oracle) - JSR Review October 2012
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JSR 361 (Oracle) - JSR Review October 2012
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The Global JUG programme to Adopt OpenJDK
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This is free online "Advanced J2EE Programming with Passion!" course that is being taught by Sang Shin of Sun Microsystems.
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Cool JavaOne Demo
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AgentSmith enables hotswap without debug mode
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tbd
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AgroSense: Modular farm management on the NetBeans Platform
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Aieon Framework
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Aerial combat game, dogfighting planes and airborne carriers.
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Share data among Sun SPOT apps.
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jMaki: A way of representing JavaScript widgets in Java.
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AJAX MVC lib and lightweight proxy lib for Business Objects
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AJAX for JavaServer Faces
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AJAX samples NetBeans ready
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Ajax Term for Java
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Core classes filling the gap from the JVM or further optimised than Jakarta or Spring libraries. Java 5+ helpers for array date number string xml json base64.
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Fill gaps in Java ME / J2ME development, providing helper classes for manipulating byte, character, XML, and JSON streams; working with files, property files, log files, arrays, dates, numbers, and strings; and covering gaps in Java ME Math with a port of C-library routines for IEEE-754.
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About CDJDN The Java Developer's Network (JDN), located in the Capital District of New York State, is a users' group dedicated to the JAVA&#153; platform Through its members, the JDN provides a unique forum for developers of all experience levels to engage in technology presentations, cross-training improving Java Skill sets and social interaction. The JDN accomplishes its mission through a member-built web site, monthly meetings at entertaining locations, short seminars, and contact with local & national software companies.
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Symbolic Evaluation Platform
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General Purpose Mathematical System Manipulation
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Algeria JUG is the first official JUG of Algeria , is a local community of Java users who get to share information, resources,solutions,innovation,opportunities, and share ideas about real-world problems. . The aim of Algeria JUG is to connect Java addicted , lovers, professionals and students under one roof and to make java developing more fun than it was .
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Helping developers alagoanos in the Java language
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Alpes JUG is the Java User Group in the northern Alps of France. The meetings are held in Grenoble.
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Java User Group in Grenoble (France)
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The Altoona Java Users Group is a collection of individuals that gather to discuss Java Technologies and Java code development.
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Uncrippled QuickTime Player
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Helper application for remote post services