Interview with Hideya Kawahara, lead developer of Project Looking Glass, a 3D, Java-powered desktop environment.
July 6, 2004
The Napkin Look and Feel is a pluggable Java look and feel that looks like it was scrawled on a napkin. You can use it to make provisional work actually look provisonal, or just for fun.
OpenForecast is a package of general purpose, forecasting models written in Java that can be applied to any data series. One of the design goals was/is to make it easy for a developer to use in an application even if they do not understand, or care to understand, the differences between the different forecasting models available.
This introduction to Location Based Services (LBSes) provides a sample J2ME MIDlet that can get its location from GPS.
April 1, 2004
Introduction to geospatial concepts that underly mapping, tracking, demographic, and other location-based applications.
February 16, 2004
Transition definition language for reactive systems
Java Open Source initiative in Brazil
API for networked app w/ MIDP2. Try Seadragon 2 w/ Leafy.
The Java Research License (JRL) was introduced at JavaOne as a new open source license for universities and research. A panel of java.net bloggers talk about the new license and invite you into the discussion.
June 24, 2003