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Project Lifecycle: Published
Project Hive for Entreprise Best Practices, framework & QA Tools
Project Lifecycle: Published
QiAnalyze is a JEE framework for working with Quality Indicators. With it you can: 1) Define and build QI modules. 2) Analyze your data using BI tools. 3) Share your QI Modules with others.
Project Lifecycle: Published
QiAnalyze is a framework for defining and building Quality Indicators as modules that can easily be distributed. This is achieved by implementing the framework in three separate projects. QiAnalyzeAPI, QiAnalyzeWS, and QiModules. QiAnalyzeAPI is the application program interface that allows the QiModules to communicate with the QiAnalyze SOAP web service. It contains two interfaces that modules must implement and JAXB objects that ease the development of web service requests and responses.
Project Lifecycle: Published
QiAnalyze is a framework for defining and building Quality Indicators as modules that can easily be distributed. This is achieved by implementing the framework in three separate projects. QiAnalyzeAPI, QiAnalyzeWS, and QiModules. QiModules are JEE applications that implement the two interfaces from the QIAnalyzeAPI. They are responsible for the domain specific data and determining if a quality event occurred. These applications are packaged as standard war files and can be distributed.
Project Lifecycle: Published
QiAnalyze is a framework for defining and building Quality Indicators as modules that can easily be distributed. This is achieved by implementing the framework in three separate projects. QiAnalyzeAPI, QiAnalyzeWS, and QiModules. QiAnalyze is the JEE application that exposes the Inspector web service. It will persist the request to a database, un-marshal the domain specific data, and pass it on to the individual QiModules. Collect the responses, persist them, and return the SOAP response.
Project Lifecycle: Published
This chart implementation provides graphs of one or more functions as Swing components. The design was made to render large amounts of real-time data.
Project Lifecycle: Published
Tool for monitoring software development process
Project Lifecycle: Published
A platform-specific look and feel for Mac OS X.
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
Java implementation of QuickCheck
Project Lifecycle: Published
A simple Java API for accessing the Flickr REST services
Project Lifecycle: Published
QuickServer is an open source Java library/framework for quick creation of robust and multi-threaded, multi-client TCP server applications. With QuickServer one can just concentrate on just the application logic/protocol on hand.
Project Lifecycle: Published
QuickTable is a complete java JTable alternative Javabean/Grid control component. It has all the features which are missing in JTable and it is built on top of JTable, so you don't have to learn any new API. QuickTable can be used as * Database Grid * EJBs/DataObjects/Hibernate Grid * Delimited/Fixed length data file Grid * Array/Vector/Collection Grid
Project Lifecycle: Published
Quicktime Cubed is a project of MC Cubed, Inc. to bridge the gap between JMF and Quicktime on the mac, providing a badly needed bridge between QTKit and Java, and making that bridge available to Java Media Framework, so media authors don't need to roll their own.