JFTP is a graphical FTP client that allows you to transfer files securely over the Internet using FTP and SFTP. It includes support for all basic and advanced FTP tasks, support for SSL with 128-bit encryption, multiple concurrent FTP sessions, a secured favorites manager, and a certificate manager. Internationalization and localization is fully supported, and multiple deployment options are available, including standard installation, a Java Applet, and Java Web Start.
Photo Organizer is a Web-based multi-user photo management tool that was designed for professional photographers. It offers a searchable photo database that supports photo version control, a datebook with client management, photo submission history, EXIF, IPTC, XML, and XMP, user quotas, and printing labels and color brochures. It uses ImageMagick and DCRAW to handle over a hundred image formats, and relies on PostgreSQL as its database backend.
TestLink is a test management tool and execution tracking system with Web based and SOAP interfaces. It helps streamline the software development process. It enables quality assurance teams to create and manage their test cases and organize them into test plans and execute them. Users can also manage requirements, create reports, and directly work with bug trackers.
HelpSetMaker allows creation and maintenance of help documents. It is especially tailored to the needs of the JavaHelp online help system for Java programs. Help texts are written in a very simple descriptive language, and the resulting documents are immediately shown on the screen. Links, images, and style sheets can be included and managed. It can also produce HTML and LaTeX source output.
I18NEdit manages internationalized properties for Java programs and features a PHP adapter class for them. All property bundles are shown in a tree, and each property is editable directly in all available localisations. I18NEdit keeps track of changes in a source locale and presents the translator only what has been altered since his last translation session. Distributed working groups are supported by merging features.