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The CEJUG Classifieds (RSS Based)
Enterprise Java Australia is an industry group dedicated to J2EE development. Enterprise Java encourages collaboration and co-operation. Enterprise Java is committed to assisting companies understand and develop skills in J2EE and its applications.
P2P Bioinformatics Services
Java User Group do Instituto de Computacao - UNICAMP
JFCML is an XML markup language for Swing. Support for *all* JComponents and related classes. Optional support for events through BeanShell scripting. Built directly on top of the SAXParser, JFCML is fast, memory-efficient, and highly scalable.
A Tool to Monitor Traffic on TCP Connections Please note that this project has been moved to Google Code at http://code.google.com/p/tcpmon
Build around JDBC and XML, this tool allows you to maintain visual repesentations of a database's layout, edit table's data, generate code to bind objects to tables, and export and import data in XML format to easely move data from one database to another.
In this excerpt from his book ,JavaServer Pages 3rd Edition, author Hans Bergsten shows you how JSF components are created and rendered.
August 23, 2004
Using Groovy to parse an XML document and allowing Java to make OO calls to get node values rather than bogging down in DOM calls.
August 12, 2004
Class Viewer for Java
Facilitating and Investigating Distributed Collaboration
This introduction to custom Java Server Faces components shows how to extend JSF with components that, for example, validate web input.
July 16, 2004
An introduction to the AppFuse project, which provides an almost-turnkey web application environment, based on popular open source tools.
July 15, 2004
P2P-based Distributed Virtual Environment
Felipe Leme shows an approach on how to easily develop taglibs that accept both EL and RT expressions as parameters
June 18, 2004
Relational persistence for JAXB objects
Jack Herrington further develops code generation tools with support for "safe zones," allowing handwritten and generated code to coexist.
May 31, 2004
Jack Herrington introduces an XSLT-based workflow for automatically generating Java code from XML descriptor files.
May 12, 2004