GWTruts is an easy-to-use framework for using GWT with MVC and dependecy injection. It virtually divides a GWT module into view, controller, and validation sections similar to traditional MVC Web frameworks like Apache Struts. It also provides a dependency injection mechanism similar to Spring, which you can use to customize your controllers and views. It provides a page decorator where you can define mappings between a URL and a group of controllers/views and sections of the HTML files.
VFSJFileChooser is a Java Swing component that allows you to browse both remote and local filesystems. It is based on the Apache Commons VFS library. It can replace the standard Java JFileChooser in applications that need to access remote files. It supports all the protocols available in Commons VFS: FTP, FTPS, SFTP to access files using SSH, SMB to browse Windows/Samba shares, HTTP, and HTTPS.
Ripple is a dedicated scripting language for the Semantic Web. Ripple programs not only query the Semantic Web, but also reside within it as RDF data structures, forming a global network of interlinked programs. Ripple is best classified as a relational stack language, closely related to functional stack languages such as Joy, Factor, and Cat. As a Semantic Web interface, Ripple is a fast, text-based linked data crawler and browser with all of the flexibility of a Turing-complete programming language.
iLabs mobile toolbox is a set of libraries and demo applications for Java ME. It includes libraries for XMPP, feed reading, and highly functional and fast, but limited, rendering of HTML with some CSS. The OpenMiniBrowser demo application shows some of the potential of the HTML renderer. It is intended to be embedded in other applications, but may also be used as a standalone browser. The toolbox also includes "the Widger": a HTML and XML based application that allows much of the application logic to reside on a server, while the user interface is a true Java ME application and not just Web pages.
gwt-hibernate provides the basics to create a web application that uses GWT on the front end and Hibernate on the back end. It provides code generation templates and support classes that allow introspection, data binding, and validation of POJOs in the browser. Data-bound Form and Grid widgets are included.
jBoom is a program for remote storage and management of browser bookmarks and mail addresses. It allows accessing a central set of bookmarks and addresse from any system connected to the Internet. It is browser, mailer, and system independent, not bound to a dedicated server, and doesn't require a special Web service. The bookmarks are kept in an XML file on the remote system. A local copy can be stored on the client. The program may be started from the client or over the Internet from an HTTP server. Entries can be activated from the main window or the system tray.