RIFE offers an alternative approach to web application development and design. It builds upon the Java platform, but offers all required tools and APIs to implement and perform all common Web site related tasks in a fast, intuitive, and consistent manner. RIFE is composed out of a large collection of modular parts, including a Web application engine, integrated Web continuations, a customizable multi-format template engine, support for template content transformation, and more.
JHighlight is an embeddable Java syntax highlighting library that supports Java, Groovy, C++, HTML, XHTML, XML, and LZX languages and outputs to XHTML. The library can be used in several ways: embedded into another tool (for instance a blog or forum), through the command-line to generate highlighted files locally, or as a servlet filter to highlight source files on your server on-the- fly. It also supports RIFE templates tags and highlights them clearly so that you can easily identify the difference between your RIFE markup and the actual marked up source.
OpenGrok is a fast and usable source code search and cross reference engine. It helps you search, cross-reference, and navigate your source tree. It can understand various program file formats and version control histories like Mercurial, Bazaar, Git, ClearCase, Perforce, SCCS, RCS, CVS, or Subversion. In other words, it lets you grok (profoundly understand) the source.
Restlet is a REST framework for Java. It supports all REST concepts (Resource, Representation, Connector, Component, etc.) and is suitable for both client and server Web applications. It supports major Web standards like HTTP, SMTP, XML, JSON, WADL, and Atom. Many extensions are also available to integrate with Servlet, Spring, Jetty, Grizzly, Simple, JAXB, JAX-RS, JiBX, Velocity, or FreeMarker. A GWT version is also available.
Rachota is a small application for those who work with computers on a daily basis and are curious how efficiently they use their time. It is basically a scheduler that measures how much time one spends on pre-defined tasks during the day. The data can be used later for evaluation or generation of reports, e.g. for managers.
The Open Web SSO project (OpenSSO) provides core identity services to simplify the implementation of transparent single sign-on (SSO) as a security component in a network infrastructure. OpenSSO provides the foundation for integrating diverse Web applications that might typically operate against a disparate set of identity repositories and are hosted on a variety of platforms such as Web and application servers. This project is based on the code base of Sun Java System Access Manager.
The Open Content Delivery Server (OpenCDS) is a platform that enables mobile operators, service providers, and enterprises to deliver a variety of content to mobile users. OpenCDS provides service providers with a way to control the complete content life cycle, and helps them to increase average revenue per user (ARPU) and customer loyalty. OpenCDS can support content types such as ring tones, images and wallpapers, Symbian applications, Java technology-based games, audio and video content, and many other content types.
The Encoding Service Engine is a JBI component that provides plug-n-play compression capabilities to ESBs to improve performance between Web services by decreasing bandwidth consumption. The compression mechanism itself is configurable and independent from the transport. For example, one configuration might use gzip compression over HTTP, and another might use FastInfoset over SIP.