Posted by: lrrp | March 11, 2008

Open Source Software in Java(tm) Links

Open Source Ajax Frameworks

* ThinWire – ThinWire is an development framework that allows you to easily build applications for the web that have responsive, expressive and interactive user interfaces without the complexity of the alternatives. While virtually any web application can be built with ThinWire, when it comes to enterprise applications, the framework excels with its highly interactive and rich user interface components.

* See all Open Source Ajax Frameworks

Open Source Aspect-Oriented Frameworks in Java

* AspectJ – AspectJ is a seamless aspect-oriented extension to the Java programming language, Java platform compatible and easy to learn and use. AspectJ enables the clean modularization of crosscutting concerns such as: error checking and handling, synchronization, context-sensitive behavior, performance optimizations, monitoring and logging, debugging support, multi-object protocols.

* See all Open Source Aspect-Oriented Frameworks in Java

Open Source Bloggers in Java

* The Roller Weblogger – A server-based weblogging software & a web application that is designed to support multiple simultaneous weblog users and visitors. Roller supports all of the latest-and-greatest weblogging features such as comments, WYSIWYG HTML editing, page templates, RSS syndication, trackback, blogroll management, and provides an XML-RPC interface for blogging clients such as w:bloggar and nntp//rss.

* See all Open Source Bloggers in Java

Open Source Build Systems in Java

* Maven – Maven is a Java project management and project comprehension tool. Maven is based on the concept of a project object model (POM) in that all the artifacts produced by Maven are a result of consulting a well defined model for your project. Builds, documentation, source metrics, and source cross-references are all controlled by your POM. Look here to see the full list of Maven’s features.

* See all Open Source Build Systems in Java

Open Source ByteCode Libraries in Java

* BCEL – The Byte Code Engineering Library is intended to give users a convenient possibility to analyze, create, and manipulate (binary) Java class files (those ending with .class). Classes are represented by objects which contain all the symbolic information of the given class: methods, fields and byte code instructions, in particular.

* See all Open Source ByteCode Libraries in Java

Open Source Content Management Systems (CMS) in Java

* Apache Lenya – Apache Lenya is a Java-based Open-Source Content Management System. It is based on open standards such as XML and XSLT. One of its core components is Cocoon from the Apache Software Foundation.

* See all Open Source Content Management Systems (CMS) in Java

Open Source Cache Solutions in Java

* EHCache – EHCache is a pure Java, in-process cache with the following features: Fast,Simple, Acts as a pluggable cache for Hibernate 2.1., with Small foot print, Minimal dependencies, Fully documented and Production tested.

* See all Open Source Cache Solutions in Java

Open Source Charting & Reporting Tools in Java

* JFreeChart – JFreeChart is a free Java class library for generating charts, including:

* pie charts (2D and 3D)
* bar charts (regular and stacked, with an optional 3D effect)
* line and area charts
* scatter plots and bubble charts
* time series, high/low/open/close charts and candle stick charts
* combination charts
* Pareto charts
* Gantt charts
* wind plots, meter charts and symbol charts
* wafer map charts

* See all Open Source Charting & Reporting Tools in Java

Open Source Chat Servers in Java

* GujChat – GujChat is a new Chat System capable of managing multiple chat servers, each one serving different rooms and options for its users. One single installation delivers webmasters different templates, rooms, languages and configurations

* See all Open Source Chat Servers in Java

Open Source Code Analyzers in Java

* PMD – PMD scans Java source code and looks for potential problems like:

* Unused local variables
* Empty catch blocks
* Unused parameters
* Empty ‘if’ statements
* Duplicate import statements
* Unused private methods
* Classes which could be Singletons
* Short/long variable and method names

* See all Open Source Code Analyzers in Java

Open Source Code Beautifiers

* Jalopy – Jalopy is a source code formatter for the Sun Java programming language. It layouts any valid Java source code according to some widely configurable rules; to meet a certain coding style without putting a formatting burden on individual developers.

* See all Open Source Code Beautifiers

Open Source Code Coverage Tools in Java

* Cobertura – Cobertura is a free Java tool that calculates the percentage of code accessed by tests. It can be used to identify which parts of your Java program are lacking test coverage. It is based on jcoverage. Features of Cobertura:

* Can be executed from ant or from the command line.
* Instruments Java bytecode after it has been compiled.
* Can generate reports in HTML or XML.
* Shows the percentage of lines and branches covered for each class, each package, and for the overall project.
* Shows the McCabe cyclomatic code complexity of each class, and the average cyclomatic code complexity for each package, and for the overall product.
* Can sort HTML results by class name, percent of lines covered, percent of branches covered, etc. And can sort in ascending or decending order.

* See all Open Source Code Coverage Tools in Java

Open Source Collections Libraries in Java

* Commons Collections – Commons-Collections seek to build upon the JDK classes by providing new interfaces, implementations and utilities. There are many features, including:

* Bag interface for collections that have a number of copies of each object
* Buffer interface for collections that have a well defined removal order, like FIFOs
* BidiMap interface for maps that can be looked up from value to key as well and key to value
* MapIterator interface to provide simple and quick iteration over maps
* Type checking decorators to ensure that only instances of a certain type can be added
* Transforming decorators that alter each object as it is added to the collection
* Composite collections that make multiple collections look like one
* Ordered maps and sets that retain the order elements are added in, including an LRU based map
* Identity map that compares objects based on their identity (==) instead of the equals method
* Reference map that allows keys and/or values to be garbage collected under close control
* Many comparator implementations
* Many iterator implementations
* Adapter classes from array and enumerations to collections
* Utilities to test or create typical set-theory properties of collections such as union, intersection, and closure

* See all Open Source Collections Libraries in Java

Open Source Command Line Interpreters in Java

* Jakarta Commons CLI – The Apache Commons CLI library provides an API for processing command line interfaces. There are three stages to command line processing. They are the definition, parsing and interrogation stages.

* See all Open Source Command Line Interpreters in Java

Open Source Database Connection Pools

* Jakarta DBCP – DBCP is a database connection pool that relies on code in the Jakarta commons-pool package to provide the underlying object pool mechanisms that it utilizes. Applications can use the DBCP component directly or through the existing interface of their container / supporting framework.

* See all Open Source Database Connection Pools

Open Source Crawlers in Java

* Heritrix – Heritrix is the Internet Archive’s open-source, extensible, web-scale, archival-quality web crawler project.

* See all Open Source Crawlers in Java

Open Source Database Engines in Java

* Apache Derby – Derby is a Java RDBMS undergoing incubation at Apache Software Foundation. It is a fully functioned standards based JDBC & SQL RDBMS with tables, indexes, views, triggers, sub-queries, procedures, functions, transactions, isolation levels, encryption, etc. Derby is the open sourcing of the IBM Cloudscape technology.

* See all Open Source Database Engines in Java

Open Source EJB Servers

* JBoss – JBoss is advanced middleware with a full J2EE based personality that IT departments look for. But that is not all, the OEM and ISV community embraced JBoss as a highly flexible service oriented architecture on which to build their own products.

* See all Open Source EJB Servers

Open Source ERP & CRM Software

* Apache OFBiz (Apache Open For Business Project) – The Apache Open For Business Project is an open source enterprise automation software project. By open source enterprise automation we mean: Open Source ERP, Open Source CRM, Open Source E-Business / E-Commerce, Open Source SCM, Open Source MRP, Open Source CMMS/EAM, and so on.

* See all Open Source ERP & CRM Software

Open Source Enterprise Service Bus in Java

* Mule – Mule is a light-weight messaging framework. It is a highly distributable object broker that can seamlessly handle interactions with other applications using disparate technologies, transports and protocols. The Mule framework provides a highly scalable environment in which you can deploy your business components. Mule manages all the interactions between components transparently whether they exist in the same VM or over the internet and regardless of the underlying transport used. Mule was designed around the Enterprise Service Bus architecture, which stipulates that different components or applications communicate through a common messaging bus, usually implemented using Jms or some other messaging server. Mule goes a lot further by abstracting Jms and any other transport technology away from the business objects used to receive messages from the bus.

* See all Open Source Enterprise Service Bus in Java

Open Source Eclipse Plugins

* Spring IDE – Spring IDE is a graphical user interface for the configuration files used by the Spring Framework. Spring IDE provides the following features:

* Project nature which supports a list of Spring bean config files and sets of bean config files (aka beans config sets)
* Incremental builder which validates all modified Spring bean config files defined in a Spring project
* View which displays a tree with all Spring projects and their Spring bean config files
* Image decorator which decorates all Spring projects, their bean config files and all Java classes which are used as bean classes
* Graph which shows all beans (and their relationships) defined in a single config file or a config set
* XML editor for Spring beans configuration files
* Extension of Eclipse’s search facility to search for beans defined in the BeansCoreModel
* Wizard for creating a new Spring project
* Content contribution to Eclipse’s ProjectExplorer with Spring artefacts

* See all Open Source Eclipse Plugins

Open Source Expression Languages in Java

* Jakarta JXPath – JXPath defines a simple interpreter of an expression language called XPath. JXPath applies XPath expressions to graphs of objects of all kinds: JavaBeans, Maps, Servlet contexts, DOM etc, including mixtures thereof.

* See all Open Source Expression Languages in Java

Open Source Financial Software in Java

* JMoney – JMoney is a personal finance manager. It supports multiple accounts in different currencies, double entry banking, income/expense categories, various reports and Quicken file (QIF) exchange. It is built using the Eclipse RCP and can be extended using plug-ins.

* See all Open Source Financial Software in Java

Open Source Forum Software in Java

* JForum – JForum is a powerful and robust discussion board system implemented in Javatm. It provides an attractive interface, an efficient forum engine, an easy to use administrative panel, an advanced permission control system and much more.

* See all Open Source Forum Software in Java

Open Source General Purpose Libraries in Java

* Ostermiller Utils – Libraries for common tasks such as CSV, Base64, Circular Buffers, MD5, and Significant Figures.

* See all Open Source General Purpose Libraries in Java

Open Source Geospacial Software in Java

* deegree – deegree is a Java Framework offering the main building blocks for Spatial Data Infrastructures. Its entire architecture is developed using standards of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and ISO/TC 211 (ISO Technical Committee 211 — Geographic Information/Geomatics). deegree encompasses OGC Web Services as well as Clients and security components.

* See all Open Source Geospacial Software in Java

Open Source Groupware Software in Java

* CHEF – The CompreHensive collaborativE Framework (CHEF) initiative has as its goal, the development of a flexible environment for supporting distance learning and collaborative work.

* See all Open Source Groupware Software in Java

Open Source HTML Parsers in Java

* JTidy – JTidy is a Java port of HTML Tidy , a HTML syntax checker and pretty printer. Like its non-Java cousin, JTidy can be used as a tool for cleaning up malformed and faulty HTML. In addition, JTidy provides a DOM interface to the document that is being processed, which effectively makes you able to use JTidy as a DOM parser for real-world HTML.

* See all Open Source HTML Parsers in Java

Open Source IDEs in Java

* Eclipse – Eclipse is a kind of universal tool platform – an open extensible IDE for anything and nothing in particular.

* See all Open Source IDEs in Java

Open Source Installers Generators in Java

* JSmooth – JSmooth is a Java Executable Wrapper that makes a standard Windows executable binary (.exe) from a jar file. It makes java deployment much smoother and user-friendly, as it is able to find a Java VM by itself. When no VM is available, it provides feed-back to the users, and can launch the default web browser to an URL that explains how to download a Java VM. Note: NOT COMPLETELY WRITTEN IN JAVA

* See all Open Source Installers Generators in Java

Open Source Inversion of Control Containers

* Excalibur – Excalibur is an open source software project of The Apache Software Foundation that contains a lightweight, embeddable Inversion of Control container named Fortress that is written in java.

* See all Open Source Inversion of Control Containers

Open Source Issue Tracking Software in Java

* Scarab – The goal of the Scarab project is to build an Artifact tracking system that has the following features:

* A full feature set similar to those found in other Artifact tracking systems: data entry, queries, reports, notifications to interested parties, collaborative accumulation of comments, dependency tracking
* In addition to the standard features, Scarab has fully customizable and unlimited numbers of Modules (your various projects), Artifact types (Defect, Enhancement, Requirement, etc), Attributes (Operating System, Status, Priority, etc), Attribute options (P1, P2, P3) which can all be defined on a per Module basis so that each of your modules is configured for your specific tracking requirements.
* Built using Java Servlet technology for speed, scalability, maintainability, and ease of installation.
* Import/Export ability via XML allowing for easy migration from other systems (e.g. Bugzilla).
* Modular code design that allows manageable modifications of existing and new features over time.
* Fully customizable through a set of administrative pages.
* Easily modified UI look and feel.
* Can be integrated into larger systems by re-implementing key interfaces.
* Is a ready to use issue management system

* See all Open Source Issue Tracking Software in Java

Open Source J2EE Frameworks

* Spring – Spring is a layered Java/J2EE application framework, based on code published in Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development

* See all Open Source J2EE Frameworks

Open Source JDBC Drivers

* jTDS – jTDS is an open source 100% pure Java (type 4) JDBC 3.0 driver for Microsoft SQL Server (6.5, 7, 2000 and 2005) and Sybase (10, 11, 12). jTDS is based on the work of the FreeTDS project and is currently the fastest complete JDBC driver for SQL Server and Sybase. Starting with release 0.7.1 jTDS is 100% JDBC 2.1 compatible, supporting forward-only and scrollable/updateable ResultSets, multiple concurrent (completely independent) Statements per Connection and implementing all of the DatabaseMetaData and ResultSetMetaData methods. As of version 0.9 most of the JDBC 3.0 features are also implemented. Quite a few of the commercial JDBC drivers out there are based on jTDS (or FreeTDS), even if they no longer acknowledge this. jTDS has been tested with virtually all of the available JDBC-based database management tools and is the driver of choice for most of these (DataDino and Aqua Data Studio even contain it). jTDS is also becoming a common choice for enterprise-level applications: starting with release 0.8-rc1 jTDS passes the Hibernate test suite, making it the driver of choice for SQL Server.

* See all Open Source JDBC Drivers

Open Source JMS

* OpenJMS – OpenJMS is an open source implementation of Sun Microsystems’s Java Message Service API 1.0.2 Specification. Features include:

* Point-to-Point and publish-subscribe messaging models
* Guaranteed delivery of messages
* Synchronous and asynchronous message delivery
* Persistence using JDBC
* Local transactions
* Message filtering using SQL92-like selectors
* Authentication
* Administration GUI
* XML-based configuration files
* In-memory and database garbage collection
* Automatic client disconnection detection
* Applet support
* Integrates with Servlet containers such as Jakarta Tomcat
* Support for RMI, TCP, HTTP and SSL protocol stacks
* Support for large numbers of destinations and subscribers

* See all Open Source JMS

Open Source JMX Tools

* MX4J – MX4J is a project to build an Open Source implementation of the Java(TM) Management Extensions (JMX) and of the JMX Remote API (JSR 160) specifications, and to build tools relating to JMX.

* See all Open Source JMX Tools

Open Source JSP Tag Libraries

* pack:tag – pack:tag is a JSP Taglib that compresses static resources like JavaScript or Cascading Style Sheets. The Taglib caches the resources, once they are compressed, in memory or to file. When caching to memory, the output is additionally gzipped. Compressing-algorithms could be exchanged per resourcetype, and are extendable by usage of the strategy-pattern. Resources can also be combined to reduce requests.

* See all Open Source JSP Tag Libraries

Open Source Job Schedulers in Java

* Quartz – Quartz is an open source job scheduling system that can be integrated with, or used along side virtually any J2EE or J2SE application. Quartz can be used to create simple or complex schedules for executing tens, hundreds, or even tens-of-thousands of jobs; jobs whose tasks are defined as standard Java components or EJBs.

* See all Open Source Job Schedulers in Java

Open Source Localization & Internationalization Tools

* ICU4J – ICU4J is a java libraries providing Unicode and Globalization support for software applications. Here are a few highlights of the services provided by ICU:

* Code Page Conversion: Convert text data to or from Unicode and nearly any other character set or encoding. ICU’s conversion tables are based on charset data collected by IBM over the course of many decades, and is the most complete available anywhere.
* Collation: Compare strings according to the conventions and standards of a particular language, region or country. ICU’s collation is based on the Unicode Collation Algorithm plus locale-specific comparison rules from the Common Locale Data Repository, a comprehensive source for this sort of data.
* Formatting: Format numbers, dates, times and currency amounts according the conventions of a chosen locale. This includes translating month and day names into the selected language, choosing appropriate abbreviations, ordering fields correctly, etc. Again, ICU uses data from the Common Locale Data Repository.
* Unicode Support: ICU closely tracks the Unicode standard, providing easy access to all of the many Unicode character properties, Unicode Normalization, Case Folding and other fundamental operations as specified by the Unicode Standard.
* Regular Expression: ICU’s regular expressions fully support Unicode while providing very competitive performance.
* Bidi: support for handling text containing a mixture of left to right (English) and right to left (Arabic or Hebrew) data.
* Text Boundaries: Locate the positions of words, sentences, paragraphs within a range of text, or identify locations that would be suitable for line wrapping when displaying the text.

* See all Open Source Localization & Internationalization Tools

Open Source Logging Tools in Java

* Log4j – Log4j is a logging tool that allows you to log at runtime without modifying the application binary. The log4j package is designed so that logging statements can remain in shipped code without incurring a heavy performance cost. Logging behavior can be controlled by editing a configuration file, without touching the application binary.

* See all Open Source Logging Tools in Java

Open Source Mail Clients in Java

* Grendel – Grendel is a mail/news reader entirely written in Java. Its goal is to be a true cross-platform application with a feature set that satisfies the poweruser.

* See all Open Source Mail Clients in Java

Open Source Network Clients in Java

* Jakarta Commons HttpClient – HttpClient provides an efficient, up-to-date, and feature-rich package implementing the client side of the most recent HTTP standards and recommendations.

* See all Open Source Network Clients in Java

Open Source Network Servers in Java

* Apache James – The Apache JAMES Project delivers a rich set of open source solutions, written in Java, related to internet mail and news. JAMES is organized into subprojects with JAMES Server and the Mailet API as their core. Apache JAMES is a project of The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) which encourages a collaborative, consensus-based development process under an open software license. The ASF maintains other Java projects which may also be of interest. These are detailed on the ASF Projects page. We recommended that users of JAMES products subscribe to the JAMES users mailing list.

* See all Open Source Network Servers in Java

Open Source Obfuscators in Java

* ProGuard – ProGuard is a free Java class file shrinker and obfuscator. It can detect and remove unused classes, fields, methods, and attributes. It can then rename the remaining classes, fields, and methods using short meaningless names. The resulting jars are smaller and harder to reverse-engineer.

* See all Open Source Obfuscators in Java

Open Source PDF Libraries in Java

* FOP – FOP is an XSL formatter written in Java. It is used in conjunction with an XSLT transformation engine to format XML documents into PDF.

* See all Open Source PDF Libraries in Java

Open Source Parser Generators in Java

* ANTLR – ANother Tool for Language Recognition, (formerly PCCTS) is a language tool that provides a framework for constructing recognizers, compilers, and translators from grammatical descriptions containing Java, C#, or C++ actions. ANTLR provides excellent support for tree construction, tree walking, and translation.

* See all Open Source Parser Generators in Java

Open Source Persistence Frameworks in Java

* Hibernate – Hibernate is a powerful, ultra-high performance object/relational persistence and query service for Java. Hibernate lets you develop persistent objects following common Java idiom – including association, inheritance, polymorphism, composition and the Java collections framework. Extremely fine-grained, richly typed object models are possible. The Hibernate Query Language, designed as a “minimal” object-oriented extension to SQL, provides an elegant bridge between the object and relational worlds. Hibernate is now the most popular ORM solution for Java.

* See all Open Source Persistence Frameworks in Java

Open Source Portals in Java

* Liferay – Liferay is a portal designed to deploy portlets that adhere to the Portlet API (JSR 168). Many useful portlets are bundled with the portal (Mail, Document Library, Calendar, Message Boards, etc)

* See all Open Source Portals in Java

Open Source Profilers in Java

* NetBeans Profiler – NetBeans Profiler is a project to integrate the JFluid profiling technology, which is being developed by Sun, into the NetBeans IDE. The aim of this project is to provide a powerful and flexible profiling solution that is tightly integrated into the IDE workflow. As the size and complexity of Java applications grow, keeping their performance at the required level becomes progressively difficult. That is why we believe profiling should become a natural part of the development work cycle. To achieve that, we would like to make profiling easy-to-use and as unobtrusive as possible – and the JFluid technology that we use, with dynamic bytecode instrumentation at its heart, suits this goal perfectly.

* See all Open Source Profilers in Java

Open Source Project Management Tools in Java

* XPlanner – XPlanner is a web-based project planning and tracking tool for agile development teams

* See all Open Source Project Management Tools in Java

Open Source RSS & RDF Tools in Java

* Jena – Jena is a Java framework for building Semantic Web applications. It provides a programmatic environment for RDF, RDFS and OWL, including a rule-based inference engine.

* See all Open Source RSS & RDF Tools in Java

Open Source Rule Engines in Java

* SweetRules – SweetRules is a uniquely powerful integrated set of tools for semantic web rules and ontologies, revolving around the RuleML (Rule Markup/Modeling Language) emerging standard for semantic web rules, and supporting also the closely related SWRL (Semantic Web Rule Language), along with the OWL standard for semantic web ontologies, which in turn use XML and, optionally, RDF. (SWRL rules are essentially an expressive subset of RuleML rules.) SweetRules supports the powerful Situated Courteous Logic Programs extension of RuleML, including prioritized conflict handling and procedural attachments for actions and tests. SweetRules’ capabilities include semantics-preserving translation and interoperability between a variety of rule and ontology languages (including XSB Prolog, Jess production rules, HP Jena-2, and IBM CommonRules), highly scaleable backward and forward inferencing, and merging of rulebases/ontologies. Procedural attachments can even be WSDL Web Services. SweetRules’ pluggability and composition capabilities enable new components to be added relatively quickly. Implemented in Java, SweetRules has a compact codebase (~40K lines of code total for several dozen tools). The SweetRules project is an international, multi-institutional effort, originated and coordinated by the SweetRules group at MIT Sloan led by Benjamin Grosof, and its creation was funded largely by the DAML (DARPA Agent Markup Language) research program which co-pioneered the Semantic Web. SWEET (“Semantic WEb Enabling Technology”) is an overall set of tools that Benjamin Grosof’s group (with collaborators) has been developing since 2001. Other components in it include the SweetDeal e-contracting system approach and prototype, and the SweetPH system for business process ontologies drawn from the Process Handbook. Hundreds of users have already downloaded SweetRules, inspired in part by its well-received demonstrations in detailed presentations at the DAML Principal Investigators Meeting and the International Semantic Web Conference tutorial program.

* See all Open Source Rule Engines in Java

Open Source SQL Clients in Java

* SQuirreL SQL Client – SQuirreL SQL Client is a graphical Java program that will allow you to view the structure of a JDBC compliant database, browse the data in tables, issue SQL commands etc. The minimum version of Java supported is 1.3

* See all Open Source SQL Clients in Java

Open Source Scripting Languages in Java

* Groovy – Groovy is a new agile dynamic language for the JVM combining lots of great features from languages like Python, Ruby and Smalltalk and making them available to the Java developers using a Java-like syntax. Groovy is designed to help you get things done on the Java platform in a quicker, more concise and fun way – bringing the power of Python and Ruby inside the Java platform. Groovy can be used as an alternative compiler to javac to generate standard Java bytecode to be used by any Java project or it can be used dynamically as an alternative language such as for scripting Java objects, templating or writing unit test cases.

* See all Open Source Scripting Languages in Java

Open Source Search Engines in Java

* Lucene – Jakarta Lucene is a high-performance, full-featured text search engine library written entirely in Java. It is a technology suitable for nearly any application that requires full-text search, especially cross-platform.

* See all Open Source Search Engines in Java

Open Source Security & Cryptography Tools in Java

* Bouncy Castle Crypto – The Bouncy Castle Crypto APIs is a lightweight cryptography API in Java with a provider for the JCE and JCA, a clean room implementation of the JCE 1.2.1, a library for reading and writing encoded ASN.1 objects and generator for:

* Version 1 and Version 3 X.509 certificates and PKCS12 files.
* Version 2 X.509 attribute certificates.
* S/MIME and CMS (PKCS7).
* OCSP (RFC 2560).
* TSP (RFC 3161).
* OpenPGP (RFC 2440). The lightweight API works with everything from the J2ME to the JDK 1.5

* See all Open Source Security & Cryptography Tools in Java

Source Control Tools in Java

* jCVS – JCVS is a CVS client package written entirely in Java. JCVS provides a complete CVS client/server protocol package that allows any Java program to implement the complete suite of CVS operations. JCVS also provides a Swing based client that provides a commercial quality GUI client for CVS. Finally, jCVS provides a Servlet that allows any Servlet enabled web server to present any CVS repository on the internet for browsing and download.

* See all Source Control Tools in Java

Open Source Swing Frameworks & Components

* JGoodies Binding – The JGoodies Binding synchronizes object properties with Swing components. And it helps you represent the state and behavior of a presentation independently of the GUI components used in the interface.

* See all Open Source Swing Frameworks & Components

Open Source Template Engines in Java

* Velocity – Velocity is a Java-based template engine. It permits web page designers to reference methods defined in Java code. Velocity can be used to generate web pages, SQL, PostScript and other output from templates. It can be used either as a standalone utility for generating source code and reports, or as an integrated component of other systems

* See all Open Source Template Engines in Java

Open Source Testing Tools in Java

* JUnit – JUnit is a regression testing framework written by Erich Gamma and Kent Beck. It is used by the developer who implements unit tests in Java.

* See all Open Source Testing Tools in Java

Open Source Text Processing Tools

* Jakarta ORO – The Jakarta-ORO Java classes are a set of text-processing Java classes that provide Perl5 compatible regular expressions, AWK-like regular expressions, glob expressions, and utility classes for performing substitutions, splits, filtering filenames, etc. This library is the successor to the OROMatcher, AwkTools, PerlTools, and TextTools libraries originally from ORO, Inc. Despite little activity in the form of new development initiatives, issue reports, questions, and suggestions are responded to quickly.

* See all Open Source Text Processing Tools

Open Source UML & Modeling in Java

* ArgoUML – ArgoUML is a powerful yet easy-to-use interactive, graphical software design environment that supports the design, development and documentation of object-oriented software applications.

* See all Open Source UML & Modeling in Java

Open Source Validation Frameworks

* Commons Validator – Commons Validator provides the building blocks for both client side validation and server side data validation. It may be used standalone or with a framework like Struts.

* See all Open Source Validation Frameworks

Open Source Web Frameworks in Java

* Struts – The core of the Struts framework is a flexible control layer based on standard technologies like Java Servlets, JavaBeans, ResourceBundles, and XML, as well as various Jakarta Commons packages. Struts encourages application architectures based on the Model 2 approach, a variation of the classic Model-View-Controller (MVC) design paradigm.

* See all Open Source Web Frameworks in Java

Open Source Web Mail Clients in Java

* GatorMail – GatorMail is a servlet-based Webmail built on the Struts framework. It was originally developed to meet the needs of the University of Florida. Efficient interaction with the mail store along with a low support overhead are the goals of the project.

* See all Open Source Web Mail Clients in Java

Open Source Web Servers in Java

* Jigsaw – Jigsaw is W3C’s leading-edge Web server platform, providing a sample HTTP 1.1 implementation and a variety of other features on top of an advanced architecture implemented in Java.

* See all Open Source Web Servers in Java

Open Source Web Services Tools in Java

* Axis – Axis is the third generation of Apache SOAP (which began at IBM as “SOAP4J”). It also includes:

* a simple stand-alone server,
* a server which plugs into servlet engines such as Tomcat,
* extensive support for the Web Service Description Language (WSDL),
* emitter tooling that generates Java classes from WSDL.
* some sample programs, and
* a tool for monitoring TCP/IP packets.

* See all Open Source Web Services Tools in Java

Open Source Web Testing Tools in Java

* MaxQ – MaxQ is a free web functional testing tool. It includes an HTTP proxy that records your test script, and a command line utility that can be used to playback tests. The proxy recorder automatically stores variables posted to forms, so you don’t have to write that stuff by hand.

* See all Open Source Web Testing Tools in Java

Open Source Wiki Engines in Java

* JSPWiki – A WikiWiki web clone written using JSPs and Servlets

* See all Open Source Wiki Engines in Java

Open Source Workflow Engines in Java

* Apache ODE – Apache ODE (Orchestration Director Engine) executes business processes written following the WS-BPEL standard. It talks to web services, sending and receiving messages, handling data manipulation and error recovery as described by your process definition. It supports both long and short living process executions to orchestrate all the services that are part of your application.

* See all Open Source Workflow Engines in Java

Open Source XML Parsers in Java

* Xerces – The Xerces Java Parser 1.4.4 supports the XML 1.0 recommendation and contains advanced parser functionality, such as support for the W3C’s XML Schema recommendation version 1.0, DOM Level 2 version 1.0, and SAX Version 2, in addition to supporting the industry-standard DOM Level 1 and SAX version 1 APIs.

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Open Source XML UI Toolkits in Java

* Laszlo – Laszlo is an open source platform for the development and delivery of rich Internet applications on the World Wide Web. It is released under the OSI-certified Common Public License. The Laszlo platform consists of the LZX language and the Laszlo Presentation Server. LZX is an XML and JavaScript description language similar in spirit to XUL and XAML. LZX enables a declarative, text-based development process that supports rapid prototyping and software development best practices. The Laszlo Presentation Server (LPS) is a Java servlet that compiles LZX applications into executable binaries for targeted run-time environments. Laszlo currently targets the Flash Player. The LPS compiles LZX applications into SWF bytecode for the Flash Player, serves and caches these compiled applications to any Web browser enabled with Flash 5 or later, and proxies application requests for back-end XML data sources and web services.

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