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java.net Incubator Projects

There are so many different ways to arrive at the home page for an interesting project here on Java.net. To help you find the project you are looking for you can list the projects alphabetically or by community, or peruse incubating projects or those that have been archived. In addition you can search all projects for a specific project name. We are particularly proud of those projects that began in our incubator and have matured into successful projects.

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Project Lifecycle: Incubating
Annotation mock beans generator
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
A system for social news, bookmarking, and metadata
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
JNLP-based applet launcher
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
Automate the migration of Java EE applications to GlassFish
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
A tool for analyzing and manipulating license headers of source
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
Checks the class file format version
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
A next generation enterprise 2.0 portal framework
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
A tools that helps documenting facelets taglibs.
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
Ajax Term for Java
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
Fill gaps in Java ME / J2ME development, providing helper classes for manipulating byte, character, XML, and JSON streams; working with files, property files, log files, arrays, dates, numbers, and strings; and covering gaps in Java ME Math with a port of C-library routines for IEEE-754.
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
Australian Secure Messaging Infrastructure for Healthcare
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
tbd
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
Python application which generates Solaris performance reports.
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
This project provides a delegate model authentication and authorization system which is driven from XML descriptions of the services' interfaces. On a method and argument level, you can detail your authorization mechanisms so that roles are what controls access, not users using java permissions.
Project Lifecycle: Incubating
JSR 361 (Oracle) - JSR Review October 2012