Epublib is a Java library for managing epub files. It is capable of reading and writing epub files programmatically and from the command-line tool. Epublib consists of two parts: the core and tools. The core runs both on Android and a standard JVM. Tools require a standard Java environment. Other features include a builtin Swing-based viewer and comprehensive coverage of the epub standard, supporting the spine, the table of contents, and the guide. The API is designed to be as simple as possible, while at the same time making complex things possible too.
metagloss is an annotation-centric Android library for reducing boilerplate code. Relying on run-time parsing and compile-time code generation, metagloss provides facilities for mapping XML and databases to data objects, dealing with preference screens and working with DB queries.
AppInfo is a small library that provides an easy way to show always valid, automatically updated information about a version of running software in your Web or desktop Java application. It is especially useful with automatic builds from CI server deployed on QA. It currently supports displaying the name, version, build number, and build date of running software. This information is available as text from end application and can be customized to fit your needs. Source information can be passed via environment variables and works out-of-box with Hudson CI server.
The Apache ODF Toolkit is a set of Java modules that allow programmatic creation, scanning, and manipulation of Open Document Format (ISO/IEC 26300 == ODF) documents. Unlike other approaches that rely on runtime manipulation of heavy-weight editors via an automation interface, the ODF Toolkit is lightweight and ideal for server use.
DynaSpring is a dynamic, extensible DSL (Domain Specific Language) tailored for building a Spring Application Context. Like Spring/XML, it is a declarative, tree-structured language; but, unlike XML, it supports all the kinds of abstractions found in common programming languages: conditional evaluation, iteration, definition of functions and variables, etc. DynaSpring also offers a set of utilities that make working with Spring easier and that build upon Spring to give you even more options in structuring your enterprise application.
DiffKit is an application and a framework, for comparing two tables of data, field-by-field. The tables can come from any of a number of sources, such as an RDBMS or CSV file, and DiffKit is able to mix different kinds of sources in the same diff operation. It is like the Unix diff utility, but for tables instead of lines of text. Diffs can be reported at both the row and field level, and the user can configure what to compare, how to compare it, what to ignore). DiffKit is highly customizable with respect to the sources of tabular data, the details of the comparison, and the characteristics of the output (diff report).
System Watchdog is a program that is designed to monitor a collection of Linux systems. It is configured to collect data on each monitored system at 5-minute intervals and build historical graphs using RRDTool. By default, it will gather statistics on CPU, memory, disk, and network usage. It also will attempt to monitor temperature and power settings. System Watchdog uses the paramiko module to ssh to all monitored systems. To access monitored systems, threads are implemented to access each remote host. After all threads have completed, watchdog will build a summary landing page to display the current status of each host, with links to a hardware inventory and resource graphs of each host.
BitHorde is a fast and lightwheight content distribution system, aimed for high-performance decentralized content distribution. Its key features are high performance, a light footprint, and live streaming. Potential applications range from content delivery networks, including HD streaming setups, to offline-caching filesystems, to file sharing, to distribution of in-game maps or textures.
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.