eHour is a Web-based time registration tool for project-based businesses. The primary objective is to keep time tracking as simple as needed while still being very effective at measuring and reporting the amount of time your team spends on a project. eHour is available as a standalone version or a WAR file, which you can deploy in your existing environment. eHour is JVM (Java & Scala) based.
WaveMaker is a RAD development tool for Web and cloud apps, with more than double the monthly downloads of any other RAD tool. Its visual, drag, and drop tools flatten the Java learning curve by 92%, enabling any developer to build enterprise Web applications that deploy to a standard Java platform. The WYSIWYG studio creates standard Java applications with 98% less code, boosting developer productivity and quality without compromising flexibility. Applications are cloud-ready and include built-in support for multi-tenancy and elastic scaling.
Engroup is an enterprise groupware system promotes collaboration among members in a team or company. It also helps members manage their business better. It has the following modules: a dashboard that aggregates contents from the mail system and RSS from some known sources; private messages, an alternative method for fast communication among members to replace chatting or email; email, which supports the IMAP protocol with SSL enabled; a forum, implemented with JForum; a wiki, implemented with JSPWiki; HRM to manage employee information; CRM to manage customer information; a document management system; a project management system; a todo list to track private tasks of a user; and an RSS reader.
Scalaffinity is a library providing core functionality for any social networking Web site based on ratings and recommendations. In other words, it is a generic collective intelligence library. Examples of such sites are Anobii, Rate Your Music, and Filmaffinity. It is designed to act as an out-of-the-box model for such Web applications. Nevertheless, Scalaffinity is fully customizable, extensible, and scalable. It incorporates lessons learned while reading "Collective Intelligence in Action" by Satnam Alag.
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.
LiKee (which stands for LIne KEEper) is a monitoring system for supervision of Web applications and pages. It is a tool for automation of service processes of uptime-critical Web applications. It periodically monitors remote pages and evaluates their content with regular expressions. It can send alerts through email, GSM calls, and SMS. It offers Web-based administration and reporting with advanced graphical design.
BoneCP is a Java JDBC connection pool implementation that is tuned for high performance by minimizing lock contention to give greater throughput for your applications. It currently beats all known connection pools, including C3P0 and DBCP, as shown on the benchmark section on the site.
Metawidget is a "smart user interface widget" that populates itself, at runtime, with UI components to match the properties of your business objects. Metawidget does this without introducing new technologies. It inspects your existing back-end architecture (such as JavaBeans, existing annotations, existing XML configuration files) and creates widgets native to your existing front-end framework (such as Swing, Java Server Faces, Struts, Android). Metawidget does not replace or hide your existing UI framework and guarantees that your investment in its technology and knowledge is as valid as always.