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A framework for writing portable Comet based Web Application
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This filter is applying workarounds for bugs in Microsoft's several WebDAV clients, thus making any WebDAV server accessable by Microsoft clients without any tricks in the server product.
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This project is providing a sample application (JAX-RS and JPA based address book) showcasing the usage of "WebDAV Support for JAX-RS" and "WebDAV Interoperability Filter"
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This is a sample application providing a WebDAV File Server, demonstrating the usage of "WebDAV Support for JAX-RS" and "WebDAV Interop Filter".
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This library is providing support for the WebDAV protocol to JAX-RS compliant frameworks. Using this vendor-independent extension, implementing WebDAV in own web services become rather simple.
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WebLEAF, a web development servlet framework.
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WebLEAF test and showcase application
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This project is for sharing examples of code and sample applications related to WebLogic Server
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WebModels - open source framework for building Web Applications
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Search the web for any string and store the results.
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WebServices Security
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A web based framework to securely co-browse web applications
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The home site of the Wellington Java User Group
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Embedded Compilation&Control
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WfMOpen is a J2EE based implementation of a workflow facility (workflow engine) as proposed by the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC) and the Object Management Group (OMG). The workflow component is based on a set of Java interfaces that define an API for a workflow management facility. The basic "omgcore" interfaces follow OMG's Workflow Management Facility Specification, V1.2 very closely, while making some modifications to adapt the CORBA service to the established design practices for a Java API.
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Whirlycache is a fast, flexible in-process object cache.
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Tool for synchronization of wiki content with another wiki.
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Wind energy monitoring system
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windrose
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Windows process management library
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Winstone is a servlet container that was written out of a desire to provide servlet functionality without the bloat that full J2EE compliance introduces.
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Transition definition language for reactive systems
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API and UI to develop wizards in Swing easily
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wonderland
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WebObjects on FileMaker 7
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World Clock application & screensaver
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Wrap Look And Feel, globally enabling anti-aliasing
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Wrocław Java User Group
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Web Services Connector for JMX (tm) Agents
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A Java implementation of WS-Management
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WSDL Object Model
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WSIT documentation project
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An enterprise-class open source Web Services for Remote Portlets
Wwt
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Event(AJAX)-based Windowing Toolkit for web-based applications. This is a low-level API intended to be similar to AWT/SWING, except for web-based applications. The intent of this project is to allow smooth integration between static and dynamic components of web applications.
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This project provides the Solaris build and packaging of the X Window System — the glue that holds together the desktop on Unix and Linux systems. X provides the layer between the hardware devices and the desktops such as GNOME and KDE.
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Statistics and analytics Java EE 6 software for blogs (tested with roller) and webapps. It is a vanilla Java EE 6 (REST/JAX-RS, CDI, EJB, JPA) app, tested on Glassfish v3.1, built with Maven 3 / hudson and developed with NetBeans 7. X-ray is the sample app of the "Real World Night Hacks" book.
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XML 2 Java Binding (X2JB) is a Java development tool intended for binding of XML entities to Java interfaces and classes (but not vice versa).
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XADisk enables transactional access to file-systems, supporting both local and XA transactions. Please visit XADisk at http://xadisk.java.net
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The XAMJ project aims to build a pure Java web browser and RIA platform that can not only render HTML well, but can also render rich internet applications by leveraging the Java platform.
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core project for a MMO log parser
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Log parser for Rift: Planes of Telara
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Log parser for Vanguard: Saga of Heroes
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XML format for Java source code
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THIS PROJECT HAS MOVED: http://code.google.com/p/flying-saucer/. Flying Saucer: an all-Java XHTML + CSS Renderer. The source code is hosted on GitHub, here: http://github.com/flyingsaucerproject/flyingsaucer
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class that converts broken HTML code to well-formed XHTML
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A GUI for otter and mace
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The XML Events Verbatim Pull Push (XEVPP) Project is a JSR-173 compliant XML pull parser and push writer that can be used in Event mode to copy an XML file byte for byte unmodified. Current JSR-173 parsers are not capable of providing verbatim round-trip processing as they all base off of the XMLStreamReader. This implementation has XMLStreamReader based off XMLEventReader so that crazy additional formatting can be stored in the event objects.
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XML Schema Object Model
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XML Stream Buffer
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XML validator generator
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A very simple XML parsing API based on event listeners and pattern matching. Inspired by Apache's Digester but xml-ezparse aims to be simpler and cleaner. The current revision is dependent on J2SDK 1.4 APIs.
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SAX XMLFilter that performs xml:id processing
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class to read configuration data directly from an XML file
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A Portlet using XML/XSLT to render mode views
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Workload for XML Parsing performance
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This umbrella project consist of 1. jabberwocky - XMPP container for Glassfish 2. Vorpal - XMPP framework 3. Plugins for NetBean
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Project support files for the XMPP Project
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XMPP Binding Component (JBI)
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An xmpp based instant messaging client.
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The XNap Commons project provides a set of utility Java classes for easy handling of common tasks like sortable tables, auto completion, internationalization (i18n) and a settings framwork.
Xom
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Simple but correct tree-based XML API
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Simpler, shorter and more semantics urls for your domain.
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XPathUtils is a small util to process xml document using XPath. It will be useful for validating certain xml files.
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XML Pipeline Processor
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Luxembourg Java User group
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Reference implementation of a data collection framework
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YOYOPlayer是一个用JAVA写的跨平台的音乐播放器.
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view and play YUV 4:2:0 formated files
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Zebra is a java workflow engine with a Apache Turbine sample application.
Zee
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Library for evaluating mathematic expressions and equations
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Zen Resources makes working with Java ResourceBundles and Locales easier and more type safe. It allows you to define your resources as Java interfaces, which are then bound to localised resource bundles at runtime (using reflection). It can be used in any project: server, client, desktop and web. However, it has been designed primarily for use in Java Swing.
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The main goal of this tool is to make it easier to analyze debugger related issues.
Zfs
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libzfs for Java
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Home of the MarkUtils libraries; other utilities and examples
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Zilonis Rules Engine
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Zinder JUG (Niger)
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Quickly syncs the deltas of a zip files over an ssh connection
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ZK is Ajax Java framework. With direct RIA, 200+ Ajax components and a markup language, developing Ajax/RIA as simple as desktop apps and HTML/XUL pages. Support JSF/JSP/JavaEE/Spring.., Ajax Push, and Ajax script in Java/Ruby/Groovy/Python/JavScript..
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Eskişehir Java User Group
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OpenGrok is a fast and usable source code search and cross reference engine. It helps you search, cross-reference and navigate your source tree. It can understand various program file formats and version control histories like Mercurial, Git, SCCS, RCS, CVS, Subversion, Teamware, ClearCase, Perforce, Monotone and Bazaar. In other words it lets you grok (profoundly understand) source code and is developed in the open, hence the name OpenGrok. It is written in Java.