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Project Lifecycle: Published
Vaadin Framework is a much used JavaEE web framework, used by over 150 000 developers, and we just released a CDI addon making it a multitude easier to use with Java EE through injection than by hand.
Project Lifecycle: Published
JGoodies Validation: Validate and Present Validation Results
Project Lifecycle: Published
VIJUG is a small, but active JUG in the capital of British Columbia, Canada - the beautiful Victoria. Feel free to check out <a href="http://www.mosabuam.com/vijug/">our website</a> for our meeting announcements and mailing list and join us.
Project Lifecycle: Published
VanJug meets monthly to discuss topics of interest to Java developers in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Project Lifecycle: Published
Encription program, based on PBE system. Given a password, the program can encrypt files or entire folders. The results are stored in a vault, where can be later unencrypted, provided the user knows the correct password.
Vcc
Project Lifecycle: Published
Java API for controlling virtual computers
Project Lifecycle: Published
The vecmath package
Project Lifecycle: Published
Comunidad Java de Venezuela (Venezuela Java User Group) enfocada en promover Java y su tecnología relacionada en el país. Un grupo donde podamos compartir conocimiento, información y experiencias entre profesionales y estudiantes.
Project Lifecycle: Published
Vexi is a RIA platform where user interfaces are "projected" over the Internet. Vexi applications look and behave like native applications and are created using an easy XML syntax similar to HTML and application behaviour is defined in JavaScript. The platform provides a flexible and extensible layout model, and there is an extensive widget set implemented using the core model. Vexi is a mature project that has been in development since 2001.
Project Lifecycle: Published
Vilnius JUG is a community of passionate Java developers who love to share their experiences and discoveries with other professionals. The group is open to the public and aims to bring Java people together.
Project Lifecycle: Published
The "Virtual Universe" is a 3D virtual reality environment that offers advanced possibilities to simulate, test, develop and try out own solutions in a network-capable, platform-indepenedent environment. The "Virtual Universe" is a software environment which runs on top of the Internet. Comparing to media-hyped environments like "Second Life(tm)" it is completely open (licensed under the GPL for non-commercial use) and designed to be extended easy for "serious" applications like simulations.
Project Lifecycle: Published
NetBeans Module Providing Prototype E-Mail Feature
Project Lifecycle: Published
Visual tool for generating java code of rich multimedia effects
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
VisualAp is a visual framework for building application and systems based on visual components. Users can add their own visual components in order to extend the capability of VisualAp.
Project Lifecycle: Published
VisualLangLab is a completely visual, simple, and easy to learn IDE for developing parsers without code or script of any kind. A grammar is represented as a tree with distinct icons for various elements, and is edited by using the mouse to invoke menu-bar and context-menu operations.
Project Lifecycle: Published
VisualVM - All-in-One Java Troubleshooting Tool. VisualVM is a visual tool integrating several commandline JDK tools and lightweight profiling capabilities. Designed for both production and development time use, it further enhances the capability of monitoring and performance analysis for the Java SE platform.
Project Lifecycle: Published
Building a VisualVM based on JavaFX and eFX
Project Lifecycle: Published
Virtualization plugin for GlassFish 4 (http://wikis.sun.com/display/GlassFish/3.2VirtualizationPlugins). This plugin allows GlassFish to deploy services on VMware ESX and ESXi hosts. The project is under development.
Project Lifecycle: Published
An injection based XMPP component framework for Jabberwocky
Project Lifecycle: Published
Votorola is software for open elections. It implements an electoral system in which voters can advance their own candidates for public office. Its voter rolls are backed by a trust network that is rooted in community neighbourhoods. Its elections can cover any office, at any level of government, from local to global. As a voter, you can start voting now, without waiting for an official election; choose who to vote for, regardless of the declared candidates; and withdraw your vote at any time, or shift it to anyone you like.
Vs3
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
Volgograd BIM
Project Lifecycle: Published
This project aims to produce a webstart-capable VTK binaries.