JXTA technology is a set of open protocols that allow any connected device on the network ranging from cell phones and wireless PDAs to PCs and servers to communicate and collaborate in a P2P manner. JXTA peers create a virtual network where any peer can interact with other peers and resources directly even when some of the peers and resources are behind firewalls and NATs or are on different network transports. The project goals are interoperability across different peer-to-peer systems and communities, platform independence, multiple/diverse languages, systems, and networks, and ubiquity: every device with a digital heartbeat.
String JSP Taglib provides Java with the improved power to use the String manipulation functions in PHP, as java.lang.String is woefully unprepared to compete with the power of the PHP String functions. Culling useful ideas from PHP, Ruby, C#, and LPC, the taglib fills what currently seems to be an unfilled niche. Beneath the taglib is a class that may be used from Java, providing extra String methods that don't map well to JSP.
SOAP UDDI is a reference implementation of the UDDI specification. With this UDDI Registry, Web services developers can publish and test their applications in a secure, private environment for their own applications. UDDI Registry supports multiple users in various department- or company- wide scenarios. It also supports the 20 SOAP- based APIs defined by version one of the UDDI specifications, and it provides persistence for published entities through a relational database. A GUI client application is included that supports publishing and querying of businesses, services, and other UDDI-compliant entities without programming.
TM4J is a topic map processing toolkit and a set of topic map processing tools. Topic maps are an ISO standard for the interchange of information structures which can be used to represent ontologies, business data and processes, individual knowledge and opinions, and more. The goal of the TM4J project is to develop high-quality, Open Source software for the creation, manipulation, and exchange of topic maps.
CrazyBeans provides an API to read, analyze, modify, and create Rational Rose models. The aim of the project is to allow users to influence the process by which Rational Rose converts class diagrams into code and vice versa.It is designed to be convenient, flexible, and extensible. CrazyBeans also makes it possible to convert Rational Rose's proprietary file format into alternative formats.
The RPMs for Java Development package helps you keep machines up-to-date with the latest .jars from across the Internet. It includes complete noarch.rpms and src.rpms for jakarta-anta, jakarta-regexp, jakarta-servletapi, jakarta-log4j, xml-soap, xml-fop, xml-xalan-j, xml-xerces-j, xml-crimson, xml-batik, sablecc, jakarta-tomcat, java-getopt, jcifs, and xt. The following projects have only the .spec file, because of copyright or distribution licenses: jaf, javamail, jimi, jsdt, jsse, jmx, jndi, and jaxp.
The Turbine Development Kit (TDK) is a package that bundles a copy of Turbine, Tomcat, jar files, documentation, and other utilities in order to help you get started with Turbine as quickly as possible. Everything is pre-configured and ready to go. To get started, simply follow the instructions in the TDK download.
SiteMesh was built upon the Java Servlet 2.3 API. It is a web-page layout system and web-application integration system to aid in creating large sites consisting of many pages for which a consistent look/feel, navigation, and layout scheme is required. It intercepts requests to any static or dynamically generated HTML page requested through the web-server, parses the page, obtains properties, and data from the content, and generates an appropriate final page with modifications to the original. It is ideally suited for Java based sites (particularly JSP) but can be dropped into any existing site that uses a Servlet engine including static, CGI, PHP, and ColdFusion generated pages.