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Jae
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J2EE Application Engine
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Jaguaribe is a desktop application to brownse folder with images. I created it because there is not any single linux program that makes this task in a good way. The application is in a very early stage, but it works for the basic task now.
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JAI Image I/O Tools Web Start Binaries
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The Java Advanced Imaging Image I/O Tools API Core
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Data exportation of referentially intact row-sets.
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Jailer is a tool for database subsetting, schema browsing, and rendering. It exports consistent, referentially intact row-sets from relational databases. It removes obsolete data without violating integrity. It is DBMS agnostic (by using JDBC), platform independent, and generates DbUnit datasets, hierarchically structured XML, and topologically sorted SQL-DML.
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Provides a specification of java based annotations to generate deployment descriptors for the JAIN SLEE JSR240.
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jain-sip placeholder (see https://java.net/projects/jsip )
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A JAIN-SIP based voice and text instant messaging client
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JAIN-SIP Service Platform
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Java Advanced Imaging (JAI) API examples and tutorial.
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Java port of the Quake2 game engine
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Jamme is a highly customizable multi-thread engine that allows to bidirectionally transform a java object in its XML representation (marshall) and viceversa (unmarshall). It is designed to be easily integrated in a dependency injection framework like Spring.
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Our goal is to provide Japanese translation of Jakarta products and to internationalize them.
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Japex Micro-benchmark Framework
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Java Swing application framework and collection of components
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German Java Blog
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Find classes in a hierarchy of jar files.
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Jas CMS is a free, small website engine written in Java, licensed under GNU GPL 3. It produces static content without the need of any databases or server-side scripting languages. It is created to fulfil high security concerns. It is suitable for various kind of content projects like personal websites, project / product pages, group sites, company websites... It is also designed for managing content projects / websites in the i2p network, tor et cetera.
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A tool for updates of Java source code. Requested updates are described in XML configuration file.
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jASEN is a pure java Anti Spam ENgine combining bayesian-like scanning with intelligent email inspection and classification jASEN is best suited to developers wishing to integrate anti-spam services into an existing server based java email application, but can be used for client applications The jASEN project started after the now famous article published by Paul Graham spawned a range of new anti-spam technologies based on Bayesian classification Subsequent enhancements were made to the original proposal, with a significant improvement proposed by Gary Robinson which replaced the standard Bayesian approach with a superior* Chi Square computation, which was then further improved Unfortunately almost all of the implementations of these approaches which followed were either commercial, or non-java. Thus jASEN was created to provide a free, extensible, pure java implementation of the wonderful work done by these (and many other) people
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Maintenance Project for the JASPIC Specification, JSR-196
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Java Application Terminal Alignment Framework
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A library for editing tags like ID3 in audio files such as MP3s
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3D Multiplayer Racing Game
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Master project for Java 3D components
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The Java 3D API Core
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Java 3D VRML97 Loader
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Java 3D Web Start Binaries
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Master project for Java Advanced Imaging projects
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Demonstration programs for Java Advanced Imaging
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Java Advanced Imaging Image I/O Tools API demos
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Java Advanced Imaging Web Start binaries
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This group was initiated to promote and make know the Java language in the region of Americana / SP - Brazil. Welcome! Esse é o projeto do JUG Java Americana dentro do portal java.net. Disponibilizaremos aqui, todo o conteúdo e todas as ferramentas para que possamos cada vez mais fazer com que a comunidade Java aumente na nossa região.
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Java API for controlling virtual computers
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The Java API for JSON Processing JSR develops APIs to: * Produce and consume JSON text in a streaming fashion(similar to StAX API for XML) * Build a Java object model for JSON text using API classes(similar to DOM API for XML)
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An API for accessing social information networks, both Public (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Xing, Yammer,...) and Corporate, e.g. within the Enterprise or Institution (University, Hospital,...) It also aims to assist Java Enterprise technologies and frameworks by adding social media features to web sites or services developed using Java or running on a JVM. Note, for the time being, the main project we're working on is Agorava, please visit http://agorava.org
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Java API for WebSocket JSR will define a standard API for creating web socket applications.
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A tool that figures out API of a component and generates the code that fully uses this API. When checking the source compatibility of versions v1 and v2 of a component (library), we first let the tool generate the code for version v1 and then try to compile it against version v2. If it compiles, the two versions are source compatible (with a few exceptions that are not checked by the generated code).
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Packages a Java application as a Mac app bundle.
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Java Bar is a series of public events backed by the HOUG.j Java community and DPC Consulting. These live events consist of presentations on advanced subjects (mostly around Java, JavaScript and HTML5) followed by free conversation. Everyone is welcome to join and have a cup of steaming Java coffee to stay sharp. Pre-registration is required.
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Project for Java Batch JSR 352 Expert Group proceedings.
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jBatch Suite allows the developers to design java batch application model and automates Java code generation(Java Batch 1.0 JSR - 352)
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This project is contains the code used by the successful Greenville Java Users Group (GreenJUG) Certification Boot Camp. The code used in this project contains examples of good and really bad coding concepts. If you can read and understand this code. A certification exam is going to be easy. Remember these questions: Does it compile?, Does it run? What is the result. Once you get that concept look at the code.
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Comunidade destinada ao público usuário de Java e afins.
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The purpose of this project is to publish and maintain existing Java CAPS sample projects and allow a forum for others to post new samples for Java CAPS.
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Java for Communications - wireless, wireline, and IP networks
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The purpose of this is essentially to provide a safe and quick way to test Java code, whether a linear application or multi-file one. It's been designed with convenience and simplicity in mind. I originally came up with the idea while playing around with sites such as http://compileonline.com/ and http://ideone.com/ and many others, realizing that they each left something to be desired. Some common problems include slow compilation, an unreliable server (offline at unpredictable times), limited if any support for multiple files, and just a general lack of flow or convenience for the user. I've spent a great deal of time trying to come up with a way to create such a service that requires the fewest number of clicks, takes the least amount of time to use, and works in the greatest number of applications. Here's what I've done so far: - homepage IS the compiler. no sign-ups or anything to use it - full support for Java syntax highlighting using CodeMirror (codemirror.net) as CSS/JS framework. - many many themes (dark, light, big, small) for individual preferences - execution time-limit for those pesky infinite loops - shortcut keys to compile, import, run, fullscreen, zen-toggle the app (see the More Info tab). - applet support: auto-detects if program is an applet, puts it in a JNLP launcher popup if so. - (see default code) splits public classes into separate files automatically - paste to GitHub or download .zip file with compiled class and jar files in one click - signs jar files if they are applets so that they can run with permissions and many more. Security-wise, this app uses the following policy: http://www.compilejava.net/helper/java-strict.policy All code uploaded/submitted to the server is deleted automatically after a few minutes. Nothing is stored except for access logs to the web server. It runs inside a virtual machine with 8 cores, so performance shouldn't be an issue. Lastly, some code samples that may prove useful in testing some of the features of the application: - the default code when the page loads (HelloWorld, multi-file, try switching the order of the classes... it will always run the file with the main method) - https://gist.github.com/anonymous/ae37adbcd0ea4da6f9b6/raw/76f8139c5b0c6637ade6c2e97d6bf2d78205a4e2/java_8k53pP.java (a multi-file program without a main class)
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Tools for deploying Java desktop applications
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Java Developer Day Demo - JavaEE 6
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Our mission is to spread Java technology both in National Technical University of Ukraine 'Kiev Polytechnic Institute' and Ukraine, share information and experience among our members, help rookies get started.
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Company internal training
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The Java EE Connector Architecture defines a standard architecture for Java EE application components to connect to Enterprise Information Systems. The purpose of this project is to develop the Connectors Specification. Currently the project is focussed on JSR 322: Java EE Connector Architecture 1.6, and hosts the mailing lists and issues database for that JSR.
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Java EE Platform Specification
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Java EE Samples
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Source repository for the Java EE Tutorial
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Additional documentation and code examples that extend the Java EE platform, incorporate 3rd party APIs or technologies, or use alternate languages.
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Java es un mundo muy amplio y la unica forma de no perderse en el es estar en contacto con gente que conozca otros aspectos de este mundo tan vasto y cambiante. Con el fin de poder encontrar gente profesionales con conocimientos en Java y con interes de compartirlos, profundizarlos y aplicarlos en España he creado este espacio. Si te interesa participar, sumate al grupo ingresando en: http://es.groups.yahoo.com/group/javaespana La participación es abrierta y gratuita!
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Another Hungarian Java User Group, wiki based Hungarian knowledge base.
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Javaportal is an italian community spreading Java Technologies. Javaportal containts articles, tutorials, source code, news, free events and forum.
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Java library for interval computations. Current status: requirements definition, architecture prototyping.
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Includes text components that extends swing's with undoable. MultiTextComponent - operates with group of the text components as one whole TextFinder - dialog for searching in text FontChooser, StyleChooser - dialogs for choosing font and styles. DocumentRestorer - dialog for restoring text from backup
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Utilities for processing user-agent strings. Can be used to handle http requests in real-time or to analyze log files.
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Comunidad de Desarrolladores Mexicanos.
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Sample code and projects in Java Magazine
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Java ME phone platform development.
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Creation of an API for handling Currencies, monetary values, arithmetic, and foreign exchange
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Based on Java Management Extensions API JMX Calibration Services implements Diagnostic & Calibration functionality for Java EE Web Applications as part of Performance Management for individual Best Fit Deployments and essential Visibility into Java Web Transactions across your infrastructure. You identify performance problems and balance your Java Web Server remote at runtime via JMX supported Tools(->White Paper).
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Dynamically access native libraries from Java without JNI. Go to https://github.com/twall/jna
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Java numerical code for optimization and artificial intelligence
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A numerical library solving algebra, analysis, geometry and statistics problems for Java developers that needs an mathematical API, not a tool.
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Java Open Enterprise Service Bus built with JBI Technology
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Project to extend Intel's PCM code and expose it's functionality in Java via JMX
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The premier online resource for Java performance related information. Includes over 3000 performance tips, resources, tool reports, news, articles, discussion summaries, interviews, and much more.
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The issue tracker for the Umbrella JSR for the next edition of the Java SE Platform.
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Java SE Embedded based technologies
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Intended to serve as the API/SPI for JSR-350. See http://jcp.org/en/jsr/summary?id=350
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Computer science students of the vienna university of technology.
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This group is from the program Sun Campus Ambassadors in the Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico. In this grupo we try to evangelize our fellows to the Java Technology.
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Java Tech Boise is Boise Idaho's development user group for Java Technology enthusiasts, innovators and builders of Mobile, Big Data and Web software based on the Java Virtual Machine and the languages that use it. Java technology has matured, but has also diversified. The Java Tech Boise user group is committed to the full diversity of the Java platform user community. We meet every other month in downtown Boise on the second Thursday of the month.
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Free Java Training for Students. We offer FREE courses to get Certifications as Java Programmer, Java Developer, Java Mobile Applications Developer, Java Web Components Developer and Java Business Components Developer.
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Java Transaction API 1.2 specification work
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JUG-Chennai: A Java Community (Java User Group) located in Chennai the capital city of Tamilnadu, India. The group focuses and promotes Java and related technology in and around Chennai. It’s a group of professionals, businessmen, students who use Java in day to day life as a profession, hobby or as a job like to learn and spread the technology.
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Java User Group – Vadodara A group of all Java enthusiast in and around Vadodara. We strive to create a platform for all levels of expertise and bring out their skills in Java related technology to promote, collaborate, share and learn from each other. This is a volunteer,community-driven group strive to help and discuss about the emerging java technologies.
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Welcome to the Java User Group Augsburg! We are organizing monthly events, workshops and meetings in Augsburg, Germany - all around Java technologies. For more details please visit our Homepage or the Wiki.
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Home of the Java User Group Austria (JUGAT)
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Java User Group in Berlin, Germany
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German website for the Java User Group in Berlin/Brandenburg. You can find here more information about the JUG as well as a java-related blog written by our users.
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A friendly place for java developers and lovers in Bhubaneswar. We mainly focus on web development using Java EE technologies.
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Group for all java enthusiastic and professionals. Welcome!
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Promote Java development and community relationships, in Cergy, France
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Java User Group Dedicated for Java enthusiasts belong to Coimbatore, India. This will be a Virtual JUG linking all the java techies from Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India.
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Java User Group Cologne - first class talks & workshops and community events with world famous speakers. Join the mailing list.
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Free and open community sharing common interest in Java technology.
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The Gauteng chapter of the Java User Group in South Africa. This chapter has been active since around 2001. Our web site is http://www.jugsa.za.net/phpBB/ We have a JUGSA Yahoo group which we use extensively. Please register on the groups mailing list there. Make sure the mailing list forwards the messages to the correct e-mail address. Group address on Yahoo: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jugsa/
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German Java User Group: active since 1996
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Java User Group Graubünden - Switzerland
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Wir sind eine lockere Ansammlung von ca. 20 Java-Verrückten.
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Nizhniy Novgorod Java User Group is a community of Java developers formed to facilitate experience sharing and professional development in the area of Java related. The community organizes regular meetings, free of charge training classes for students.
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To be a meeting point for all JAVA Technology users and developers. Opening possibilities for collaboration and knowledge interchange between beginners and senior developers.