Spring Batch Advanced Launcher (SBAL) is a tool based on Spring Batch. It allows launching batches from the command line. A set of advanced functionality is provided to allow enterprise deployment as an alternative to the CommandLineJobRunner. it provides advanced features like displaying the batch version, running resource validations, and configuring logging. It also defines a standard directory structure for deployments.
UnitTH is a lightweight application for generating a comprehensive HTML test history report out of a set of parsed JUnit XML test reports. The historical report collects all JUnit reports and makes it easy to navigate between them. In addition, the report contains a large number of sortable test statistics for test runs, individual test modules, and test cases. A number of graphs are generated and useful trends can very easily be spotted. There are two intended usages for UnitTH. First, it can be useful for unstable and sporadically failing test suites, for which it might sometimes be necessary to run the suite multiple times to be able to make a solid judgment regarding the outcome of the test runs. Second, it can be used for test history reporting in continuous integration like projects.
Jaiwls is a component oriented framework with bundled a servlet Web server (Jetty) and HTML widget library. It is easy to integrate in existing applications with static compiled Java classes and supports dynamic websites using Groovy, a runtime injectable singelton instance, well formatted stack traces, a low memory footprint for compiled projects, powerful URL rewrites possible, a production mode (with no recompilation) for Groovy-based applications, and much more.
Spring ME is a version of ME that not only runs on your cell phone, but also on any other Java platform not supporting reflection. It is to Java ME what Spring is to Java SE and Java EE, which is indicated by the name. However, the "ME" (Micro Edition) suffix not only refers to the platform it supports. It also refers to the size of the runtime, which is pretty minimal. In fact, it's pretty much non-existent, and therefore ideal for situations in which you cannot afford the sheer size of the traditional Spring runtime.
MSBLayout is a layout manager for Java AWT and Swing that combines the nested-boxes approach of BoxLayout with flexible constraints as used by GridBagLayout. A concise API with good defaults minimizes the code required to get the layout you want. MSBLayout makes it easy to align and justify components and to synchronize their sizes. Gaps between components can be inserted automatically. Optimized resizing behaviour keeps your dialogs looking good when displayed larger or smaller than their preferred sizes. The API is also well suited for constructing layouts dynamically at run-time.