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ChinaNanjingJUG has about 80 memebers until now, and we commit ourselves to populating Java EE and contributing Java EE's future. Our goal is as following: 1 contributing to Java EE Spec actively 2 contributing Oracle GlassFish Development, currently, in our JUG, there are two GlassFish Committers including me. 3 populating Java EE related technology in China Nanjing and China.
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The Napkin Look and Feel is a pluggable Java look and feel that looks like it was scrawled on a napkin. You can use it to make provisional work actually look provisonal, or just for fun.
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Nashville Java User Group for Nashville Metropolitan area: Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Murfreesboro, Smyrna, ...
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Native Library Linker
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Support for development of J2EE Connector(s) in the NetBeans IDE
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Assits in creating a new module for Drupal through NetBeans.
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LogViewer Plugin Module for NetBeans
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NetBeans OpenLaszlo Support
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Projects management tool based on the NetBeans platform.
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Support of Struts 2 in NetBeans IDE
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This project will provide support for the Tapestry Web Framework
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The New England Java Users Group (NEJUG) was formed in November 1998. It is open to everyone interested in Java and the JVM. Meetings are usually held on the second Thursday of each month. They usually start at 6pm, at the Sun Microsystems Campus in Burlington, Massachusetts.
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New Entreprise Object Relational Mapping Framework
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Emsoft-net is an open source net utils library for Java 1.6+. Contains manager for unified work with rest services.
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Networked Bay Environmental Assessment and Monitoring Stations
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Area for sources of NetBeans-related projects at java.net. Use the source code to learn from or use it to enhance NetBeans IDE or a separate NetBeans RCP application!
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NetBeans plugin for ABNF syntax support
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A collection of samples of NetBeans API usage.
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Browser plugin based on JavaFX for NetBeans RCP applications.
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Wrapping libraries is a common and repeating task when creating applications on the netbeans platform. To make this task a little easier this project provides several premade library wrapper in maven central.
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Netbeans Modeler FrameWork provide basic and core functionality to build any modeler .
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Using Eclipse Modeling in NetBeans Platform
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NetBeans Play Framework Support
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NetBeans project and plug-in to help develop NASA WorldWind applications
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A new set of plugins for the NetBeans IDE that allows an embedded engineer to compile and upload their code to a microcontroller by utilizing AVRdude + extra features described in this blog post: http://netbeans.dzone.com/nb-c-avrdude-1 Anybody with netbeans platform experience is welcome to join the development effort!
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Plugin providing tools for developing Griffon applications in NetBeans IDE.
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NetBeans Plugin for Scala is officially hosted at http://github.com/dcaoyuan/nbscala
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Wicket plugin for NetBeans IDE
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PinkMatter's Ribbon Bar integration for the NetBeans Platform
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UML Plugin for NetBeans based on Visual Library. Aim is to create handy, easy-to-use tool for developers. Will support basic, most needed set of features.
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Sun SPOT Plugin for NetBeans
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XSLT Debugger for NetBeans IDE
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NetBeans plugin for Darkstar
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An network chess game that we have developed at the university.
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Nevada Java Users Group
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Everything about the JVM in the New England Area
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Logging frameworks have been a battle since day one and it's one of the things that makes the Java ecosystem too complex and is slowly fading from developers/ops concerns. Let's change this!
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NNTP Newsreader
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A Java API for HTML abstraction
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This project has created a set of lightweight components that enable you to develop applications with a N*XTSTEP look and feel, something that is not possible by simply creating a Swing PLAF. The components are compatible with Swing but only a few of them require Swing to operate.
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This is the Nigerian Java User Group aka naijadukes project site
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Synth based look and feel for Swing
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NL-JUG Dutch Java User Group
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Reference Implementation for JSR 351, the Java Identity API
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PURPOSE The Noida Java Users Group (NoidaJUG) is a registered JUG by Sun Microsystems for Java enthusiasts in order to. * Provide a forum for dissemination of knowledge. * Champion new evolving technologies. * Highlight best practices followed in Java technologies across the globe. * Deliver monthly technical and vendor presentations on the latest Java technologies. WHEN DOES IT HAPPEN? Last Thursday of a month between 6:30pm - 8:00pm
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NoORM is a Java open source project providing code generators and a runtime library to simplify and automate access to relational data residing in an Oracle database. NoORM follows a consequent database-centric approach. Any business logic represented in SQL queries is expected to be provided in PL/SQL stored procedures. NoORM can generate the required Java code for Java Beans, Java Enums and Java Services to exploit the power of Oracle to Java applications.
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Build Project Darkstar games without managed references
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NormandyJUG is a French local JUG which goal is to federate java users from Normandy. We spotted here that not everybody has the opportunity to join ParisJUG or other French JUG. So if you can't go to the JUG, the JUG will come to you ! We plan to make monthly or bimestrial meetings focusing on Java technologies (Wicket, JavaFX, AspectJ, Grails ...)
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Northern Virginia Java Users Group
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The Northern Virginia Java Users Group is a professional organization with over two thousand members, promoting the education of Software Engineering in general, and the use of Java and related technologies in particular. We meet regularly to network and attend high quality technical presentations. Traditionally, the NovaJUG has two standing meetings a month, on the second Wednesday and fourth Tuesdays. The meetings are in the McLean and Reston, Virginia areas respectively.
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nsclient4j
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We are the Group of NetBeans Users in Brazil, programmers who use or simply they admire the productivity that IDE of the NetBeans in offers them. Our main objective is to divulge its benefits in a software project, as well as, to collaborate with all the Java community in the sharing of tips, doubts and solutions concerning this tool.
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Nully
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Netbeans plugin add advance bookmark facility
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NumericalChameleon, a converter for a lot of units
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Nurdoo, an muslim lighting system
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NWS Ridge Radar
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Squawk JVM for LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT. Development of a port of Squawk and Sun SPOT for LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT. The micro embedded systems targeted by Squawk makes it suited for the open source HW/SW platform provided by LEGO.
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NYC Java User Group. Lectures, workshops and study groups (hands on coding). Focusing on all Java related technologies for over 10 years. Stop by a general meeting (first Thursdays) at the NYPC meeting room at the New Yorker Hotel. Free and no RSVP required. Networking over dinner after meeting.
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Welcome to the New York Java Special Interest Group (NYJavaSIG). The NYJavaSIG is a technical community comprised of software engineers, application architects, technical managers and new media developers that have a common interest in all aspects of Java Technology. We currently have approximately 3,400 members and meet once a month. Past speakers include Calvin Austin, Arthur van Hoff, Jim Waldo, Ed Roman, Scott Oaks, Henry Wong, Doug Lea, Bill Day, Karl Jacobs, Ethan Henry, Nat Wyatt, David Sherr, Jonathan Nobels, Bob Pasker, Simon Phipps, David Chappell, Max Goff, Jose Moreira, Maurice Balick, Rinaldo DiGiorgio, Peter Haggar, Robin Roos, Anne Thomas-Manes, Duncan Johnston-Watt, Steve Ross-Talbot and even Penn and Teller!