x4juli is a port of the main parts of log4j to the J2SE Logging API. The default implementation is incomplete and therefore still not widely used, even when introduced in J2SE 1.4. x4juli provides logmanagers, formatters, handlers, and filters to fill the gap. The interface and use of the original API has not been changed. Additionally, x4juli delivers a native implementation of the Jakarta Commons Logging (JCL) API and the Simple Logging Facade for Java (SLF4J) API.
xFloWS aims to provide a graphical toolkit in Java that enables users to create complex workflows by combining existing resources such as Web Services, Java classes, and more using an intuitive drag and drop interface, coupled with a graphical modelling system. You choose the entities that the new business requires for implementation, use the graphical interface to build connections between resources and model the flow to reflect the business functionality, and generate the code necessary for the business deployment.
xLightweb is an easy-to-use HTTP network library to build high performance, highly scalable network applications in Java. xLightweb provides a simple and intuitive API to write client side HTTP applications as well as server side HTTP applications. In contrast to the Servlet API, xLightweb is not only focused on server side programming. xLightweb also supports client side programming by providing high-capacity client side classes such as an HttpClient. It supports both blocking/synchronous programming as well as non-blocking/asynchronous programming.
xPort is an iPod backup tool. It enables you to directly transfer songs from your iPod to your PC without losing ratings. It recognizes playlists. You can export all your iPod's content in only a few clicks. It can create an internal list that contains the songs that you want to export. It includes lyrics searching, allows you to make a text listing of your database, and lets you create m3u playlists. It runs on all iPods, supports all file formats (MP3/AAC), and recognizes MP3-TAGS pictures.