xnsdoc is documentation generator for XML namespaces defined by W3C XML Schema in HTML in a JavaDoc like visualization. xnsdoc supports all common schema design practices like chameleon, russian doll, salami slice, venetian blind schemas, or circular schema references. xnsdoc can be used from the command line, as an Apache Ant task, as an Apache Maven plugin, as an Eclipse plugin, or integrated as a custom tool in many XML development tools such as StylusStudio, oXygen XML, or XMLWriter.
JChav is a way to see the change in performance of your Web application over time by running a benchmark test for each build you produce. It is an Ant task that, when used in conjunction with the JMeter ant task, produces historic views of the performance of your application. Charts are produced for individaul pages of the application along with summary data. If integrated with cruise-control or similar build tools, you will get an idea if the changes you are making to your Web application are improving or degrading performance.
JRequisite is an agile requirement management tool, which means your requirements are defined mainly via visual tools as opposed to textual requirement tools. Also, it is independent of the process used, so you may apply any process to your development. Despite being a requirement analysis and management tool, JRequisite tools are so general that they can be used in other areas of software development and even non-software related fields.
Structure101 is a tool to understand, measure, and control software structure. It allows you to see exactly how your high-level components depend on each other and why. You can use it to find out immediately when your architecture is accidentally changed by code-level changes at the coal-face. It can help you control structural complexity, since it can measure the complexity of methods, classes, and packages and warn you when given limits are exceeded. It can also discover the locations of productivity-killing package dependency cycles.
Source Auditor is a software engineering tool designed to make it possible for teams of engineers to ensure that their code base has been reviewed periodically to meet their code standards and other criteria. The metrics that are collected are completely user definable to fit a given project. The system is implemented using J2EE as a hybrid of servlets and jsps, persisting as XML. The system operates without making any modifications to the source code being audited.
AMOP is an automatic mock object for C++. By using ABI and template techniques, it can simulate a pseudo-"Reflection" which is normally not supported in C++. The main differences between AMOP and other mock object libraries is that users do not need to implement the interface of the object to be mocked.
The Maven-Grester plugin is a Maven2 plugin for Jester, the JUnit tester tool. It enables Jester to be executed at any valid Maven lifecycle phase in a Maven Project. It saves developers from constructing cumbersome Java classpath entries on the commandline every time they need Jester to run against JUnit Tests in the project. It can also help to dispense with a suite of scripts that may have been written to handle complex Java classpath executions for Maven projects.