jMonkeyEngine is a game engine made for developers who want to create 3D games following modern technology standards. The framework is programmed entirely in Java, and aimed at wide accessibility and fast deployment to desktop, Web, and mobile platforms. It is not a visual “RPG Maker” or a drag-and-drop “FPS mod”. If you are comfortable writing Java code, you can rely on jMonkeyEngine as your next 3D game’s foundation.
Given a chord progression and a music style, JChordBox generates a song. It is a library tool that can generate backing tracks from a chord progression and a music style. It contains several command line processes detailed in the user guide. It also contains a MIDI song player that can loop, play, pause, stop, rewind, forward, mute, or solo tracks, display transport information, and much more. It runs in a terminal.
CsvJdbc is a read-only JDBC driver that uses Comma Separated Value (CSV) files or DBF files as database tables. It is ideal for writing data import programs or analyzing log files. The driver enables you to access a directory or a ZIP file containing CSV or DBF files as if it were a database containing tables. As there is no real database management system behind the scenes, not all JDBC functionality is available.
Immutables allows you to embrace immutablity to tackle complexity and concurrency challenges. To get the benefits of immutability in Java, there's an annotation processor to easily create simple and consistent value objects. You can think of it as Guava's Immutable Collections but for regular objects. It includes support for JSON marshaling, MongoDB repositories, and JAX-RS.