JAXB and JPA can be combined to reduce the Java EE boilerplate code and optimize the performance of RESTful web services, exposing domain models while following JPA, JAXB, and HTTP standards.
June 4, 2009
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.
Lithuanian Java User Group is the community intented to bring together Java developers, Java users, and Java-driven companies in Lithuania.
WS-Notification Implementation for Project Metro
Bring together Java programmers, Java users in Brazzaville Congo
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.
GreenScape is a platform independent, modular, RIA application for managing user's personal information, for example, emails, contacts, notes, calendar, photos, videos, blogs, feeds, bookmarks, etc. which are hosted on multiple sites like Google, Yahoo
This project is based upon the NetBeans platform for its powerful modular architecture. For each module, it will try to use existing open source leading applications for the particular domain(VLC for multimedia, Apache Derby for data storage)
1. Supports services from Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and others
2. Migration of data between different services of similar content (Flickr and Picasa)
3. Sharing & portability of user's preferences between different OSes on the same or different machines
4. Local cache for speedier access
5. Extensible architecture for third party plugins 6. Standard UI for all platforms, support for themes
7. Easy online upgrade of application
a REST based data services for data sources
Computer science students of the vienna university of technology.
The Boulder JUG meetings are always free and open to the public.
We cover topics related to Java Software Development. This includes APIs, tools, frameworks, dynamic languages, agile practices, and more.
BJUG meets the second Tuesday of each month (or the Tuesday before the DJUG meeting). Meetings begin at 6PM and includes two sessions. The first session is from 6:00 - 7:00 PM. We break from 7:00 - 7:30 PM for Pizza / Drinks and Networking. The second session runs from 7:30 - 9:00 PM. Meetings also include a few minutes for announcements; such as, job openings and other events.
Meetings are held on the campus of the University of Colorado at:
Wolf Law Building
2450 Kittredge Loop Road
Boulder, CO 80309
Normally, we meet in room 207. That my change depending on availability.
The Boulder Java User Group has been in existence since 1997. Jay Zimmerman has been the President of the Boulder JUG since late 1999. For 2009, Frederic Jean will be organizing speakers and hosting meetings.
Francesco Azzola shows how to retrieve XML data via HTTP and parse it with JavaFX's XML parser.
February 12, 2009
Tulsa Java Developers will mirror Enterprise Java Development in the fact that we will cover a multitude of technologies from: Swing, EJB, JavaServer Pages, JavaServer Faces, as well as, other alternative languages.
Writing WebDAV enabled services is simple using "WebDAV Support for JAX-RS" in conjunction with "WebDAV Interoperability Filter". Check out the example project "WebDAV Address Book" to learn how this is done in an 100% vendor-independent way!
The rheinjug is the Java User Group for Germany's Rhineland, located in Duesseldorf. meetings take plave about once a month at the Heinrich-Heine-University, with more than 100 attendees. It is officially registered as a non-profit organization
An Online Crime Reporting System.
The Prosciutto Project is defined around an open source, data-driven mobile application engine implemented in J2ME. You could think of it as a rapid application development framework, or a distributable mobile application engine that aims to address the problem of device fragmentation. The idea behind it is that of the use of a very basic markup language in order to define UI objects and behavior. The string representation (i.e., markup lanaguage) will be interpreted by ZAMAE (ZA Mobile Application Engine) in order to produce a graphical, on screen representation ("appearance") of each object defined, and with a specific behavior for each object as well.