Juxy is a Java unit testing library for XSLT. It allows you to write JUnit tests for XSLT stylesheets. You can easily setup transformation context (parameters, variables, current node) and then invoke the transformation. There are corresponding methods to call or to apply individual templates and you can even pass parameters to these templates, or apply templates in different modes. Result of the transformation can be verified in a number of ways; you can evaluate an XPath expression or you can perform canonical XML comparison. It works with any XSLT processor that supports the TRaX API.
Kundo provides a structured, convention based approach for Java builds. Kundo has a pluggable, extensible architecture; it harnesses the power and flexibility of Groovy and Ant to provide a highly configurable Java build framework. Kundo achieves this flexibility with a plug-in architecture that attaches behaviors (provided by Kundo plug-ins) to build lifecycle phases. Kundo consists of a kernel and a set of foundation plug-ins. The kernel is responsible for the orchestration of the multiple collaborators within the build system.
XMLImportDB provides an easy-to-use interface that allows developers to create a baseline database environment that can be embedded in their source code for use in jUnit test cases. The database environment can be described in a separate file in the same package as the tests, in a hard coded string in the test case classes, or in any other location for which a java.io.Reader can be created at runtime.
RIFE/Laszlo is based on RIFE/Jumpstart and geared towards easily getting started with the creation of Rich Internet Applications using OpenLaszlo. It is a ready-to-run source distribution and file structure that allows you to get started with a new OpenLaszlo application with RIFE in less then 2 minutes. Typically, all that you have to do is unzip the archive, open the project file in your favourite IDE, and run the application. Thanks to a dynamic development model, you rarely have to restart, and are able to gradually implement your application in an iterative manner.
Navigation implements a design pattern that allows you to navigate through complex systems by means of "navigation chains". Each node in the navigation chain is represented as its own object, and can have any number of child links attached to it (done through upwards linking; navigations have no knowledge of their children). This means that you can create a navigation chain to a common point in your system, and then attach multiple subchains at that point. The proof-of-concept handles most HTML navigation requirements, and is used by the author to test Web applications.
ReportNG is a simple HTML reporting plug-in for the TestNG unit-testing framework. It is intended as a replacement for the default TestNG HTML report. The default report is comprehensive but is not so easy to understand at-a-glance. ReportNG provides a simple, color-coded view of the test results. ReportNG generates 100% valid XHTML 1.0 files. The output can be customised by replacing the default stylesheet with your own CSS file. ReportNG also includes a second reporter that produces JUnit format XML output.
The Spiffy Framework is a collection of well-tested and often used helper methods and utility classes. Such methods and classes solve existing and recurring practical problems, and remedy annoying features of the Java language or its frameworks. The value of this framework is not only the code, but also the ideas for solutions to the problems. The goals are to collect and centralize "utility abstractions", and to serve as a repository of knowledge/smart ideas for programmers to learn.