JacORB is a CORBA 2.0 implementation written in Java. It contains an IDL compiler, a name service with graphical management interface, an event and notification service implementation, and a transaction service. DII, DSI, DynAny, native IIOP (1.2), Interceptors, OBV, AMI, and ETF are supported. Tools for applets are included. The language mapping complies with rev. 2.3 of the Java language.
JSX serializes Java objects to XML. You can persist objects, evolve them, and send them over the network and between applications. Your object data becomes human-readable and human-writable. You can test it, search it, profile it, audit it, and edit it with ordinary text and XML tools. JSX handles all POJOs and also all classes that require Java's own object serialization.
Jentchina is the client library part of "The Birds Lake" framework. It is independent of any graphical toolkit. Its role is to create the filter trees, to maintain them, and to propose an API that enables the application of a filter the easiest way possible (while remaining independent of any GUI). The Birds Lake is a big framework for applying a filter on a document using a remote filter server.
Keystone is a cross-platform, object oriented application framework which allows applications to be written to build on the target platforms of GNU/Linux and Win32 without modification of their source. Keystone implements several modern Web standards, including SVG graphics and the XUL user interface description language.
Lioubliou is a library part of "The Birds Lake" project. It is used to write filter servers. Lioubliou takes cares of filter sessions, registers servers in local database, and abstracts network messages. It supports CORBA via ORBit, but the design of the library can support other communication media later. It also abstracts lsmlib.
The acronym MICO expands to MICO Is CORBA. The intention of this project is to provide a freely available and fully compliant implementation of the CORBA 2.3 standard. MICO has become quite popular as an OpenSource project and is widely used for different purposes (see our success stories). Our goal is to keep MICO compliant to the latest CORBA standard.
Mandala is a Java library which eases the development of concurrent object-oriented applications by using the concept of asynchronous references. Mandala also provides remote asynchronous references in order to create distributed applications. Mandala is dynamic in that objects do not have to be specifically written to be accessed asynchronously (and remotely).