Atris Framework is a fully functional platform independent GUI framework based on the Java/Swing API. It provides an advanced GUI screen editor with features including an abstract data layer, pre-built Design Patterns, data set to visual component mappings, window management (tiling, last position/size memory), database/app server login control, preference management, advanced table and tree management, advanced data relationship management, automated management of standard CRUD operations, launching GUI applications from Web sites directly, table sorting, column ordering, table searching, in-table editing, and the ability to import existing visual components in addition to many other features.
Axualize is a tool for creating applications by actualizing Java objects using XML. Axualize is based on JSR-57, and is intended to allow developers to create Java applications dynamically using XML. To understand how this could be useful, imagine a J2EE application with multiple client UIs being generated from Web applications. Using Axualize, you can present multiple form-based GUI front ends to your application by dropping in a Web application which builds your GUI applications using Axualize XML generated with JSP and whatever application framework you please.
BeanView is a Java library for rendering a JavaBean to a user interface form. It supports both Swing and Echo 2 (an Ajax web framework). Simply create a BeanView panel, set a JavaBean instance, and the form is instantly created. You can update the JavaBean from the form and back with a single line. It uses reflection and (optional) annotations to determine the default form labels, fields, and widgets, with support for validation-via-annotations.
The Beryl XML GUI library was written to ease the development of graphical user interfaces using Swing on Java. It lets you store user interfaces as XML markup. This will help you avoid unnecessary clutter in your source; Swing code mixed with application logic can become a troublesome and hard-to-read mess as the application size increases. The library comes with a visual component builder, which makes development easy.
Ccide reads C, C++, BASIC, or bash source code containing embedded decision tables from stdin, expands the tables, copies the remaining statements, and forms a compilable C or C++ source module, executable bash script, or interpretable BASIC program. Erratic side effects are avoided by evaluating all condition expressions at exactly the same time, and by performing all evaluations and actions in the original sequence.