The DataBrowser is a Java-based tool for browsing virtually any database. It has been tested with Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL/Postgres, MySQL, DB2, and MS Access (among some others). It requires a Java 2 runtime environment. The DataBrowser allows you to execute dynamic SQL, import and export data, view the schema in a treeview, and view query results in a table view. It also logs all SQL executed with the SQLLog feature.
Java Development Environment for Emacs (JDEE) is an Emacs-based integrated development environment (IDE) for developing Java applications and applets. Features include multiple code browsers, a JPDA-based debugger, method and field completion, template-based and procedure-based code generation, Java source code interpreter, context-sensitive help, and more.
This is an implementation of the Hershey Font set for Java. The HersheyFont class has methods for loading a specifed Hershey font across the Internet so that there is no dependency on installed fonts. You can set character string rotation, horizontal alignment, vertical alignment, character width, character height, font line width, italics, and degree of italic slant.
iSQL(IndependentSQL)-Viewer is a JDBC 2.0-compliant application that can take advantage of platform features such as transactions, running batch modes, and database abstraction. Even in heterogeneous database environments, it supports all database platforms with a JDBC 2.0-compliant driver, such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, and Oracle. It provides a variety of tools to carry out both simple and complex database activities.
PorivoPEER is a Java-based distributed computing client. The PEER allows users to contribute their spare computing resources to help solve large-scale problems across the Internet in return for the chance to win cool prizes. By downloading the PEER, you are participating in peerReview, the first global Web performance testing initiative to analyze the Web from the end user's perspective.
The objective of the NIST Web Metrics Testbed is to explore the feasibility of a range of tools and techniques that support rapid, remote, and automated testing and evaluation of website usability. There are currently six components: 1. Web Static Analyzer Tool (WebSAT): checks web page HTML against typical usability guidelines. 2. Web Category Analysis Tool (WebCAT): lets the usability engineer construct and conduct a web category analysis (card-sorting). 3. Web Variable Instrumenter Program (WebVIP): instruments a website to capture a log of user interaction. 4. Framework for Logging Usability Data (FLUD): a file format and parser for representation of user interaction logs (such as those captured by WebVIP). 5. VisVIP Tool: produces a 3D visualization of user navigation paths through a website, based on FLUD data. 6. TreeDec: adds navigation aids to the pages of a website.
WebSuck goes through a Web page, following links and making a list of the datafiles encountered along the way. It is useful for such tasks as downloading large image galleries without clicking all the links yourself. It can output a file list in a format appropriate for wget, and another for GetRight. It can be used either via a Swing GUI or in console mode.