Google Calendar Chrome Extension adds a button to your browser toolbar that displays a preview of your calendar while you're navigating. (works on any page). If you're on certain sites where it detects the presence of events, the icon changes to a green "+". Clicking that icon lets you add the event to your Google Calendar, and shows you a Map (if there's a location it could detect.) Supported sites include Facebook, Evite, and any site that uses the hCalendar microformat or derivative microformats such as hResume.
jobhuntin is a recruitment portal engine. For job candidates, it features simple file upload, automatic parsing of resume text, a rich resume gallery, anonymous job searching, weekly job match reports, and advanced job filtering. For consultants, it features powerful searches, email alerts for new matches, the ability to save candidate lists, mass mailing, and the ability to post jobs.
Social ray is a platform for professional networking. Its collaboration features include friends and communities, mailboxes, instant messaging (using AJAX), a powerful search engine, document sharing, forums, vanity URLs for users, and rich media support. Its professional networking features include resume uploads, job searching, automatic job matching, testimonials, the ability to post jobs, job referrals, and accounts for recruitment consultants.
SimpleTemplate is a simple template engine written in Java. You can generate formatted text from a Java bean. You can use it for generating XML files, Web sites, etc. It features simple template directives, user-selectable template directive separators, alias creation using with and set directives, support for indexing into arrays, collections, and maps, looping on an array or a collection, a simple include mechanism to reuse template files, conditional evaluation using if and ifelse, and custom list separation settings (prefix, suffix, and separators). Template files can be read from the filesystem, class path, or just a string. Support for methods, aka. sub templates.
Jolokia is a fresh way of accessing JMX MBeans remotely. It is different from JSR-160 connectors, as it is an agent based approach that uses JSON over HTTP for its communication. It provides new features for JMX remoting: bulk requests allow for multiple JMX operations with a single remote server roundtrip, there is a fine-grained security mechanism for restricting JMX access on specific JMX operations, JSR-160 proxy mode, and history tracking, to name a few. Jolokia's origins are in jmx4perl. Client bindings in addition to Perl have already been added, and more are planned.
Heceta is part of the Fogcutter suite of tools for building intelligent applications. It is an "enterprise social search" search engine that leverages all of the various bits of information from Neddick, Quoddy, and other source of "social" knowledge to provide better, deeper, and more insightful search results than you can get from simple document content analysis. Intranet searching in organizations is usually very poor, largely because page-rank type algorithms don't work well due to the lack of links between documents. But by supplementing the content analysis with scoring based on tags, social graph connections, activity-stream information, etc., and applying machine-learning / artificial-intelligence techniques, Heceta can do a superior job of locating the knowledge and information a user needs.
SerfJ provides a very easy way of developing Java REST Web applications. It helps you to develop your application over an elegant MVC architecture, giving more importance to convention than configuration. This means, for example, you will not need configuration files or annotations in order to specify which view serves a controller's method. However, SerfJ is very flexible, so if you want to jump over those conventions, you can configure the behavior of your applications as you like. The framework tries to meet the JSR 311 specification, but it doesn't follow every point of the specification, because the purpose is to have a very intuitive library, and some some aspects of the specification are out of the scope of SerfJ.