JOMS is a CMS that allows you to describe permissions, source for content, and layouts for your pages in a JSON file. You can also describe objects (field representation, field validation, field data, stateflow, permission, etc.) in a JSON file. JOMS mixes both JSON files, an HTML skin file, and provided data, and generates an HTML file. It provides a simple, flexible, useful instrument for developing a reusable and extensible site.
Jabylon is an extensible Web-based translation management software. It is meant primarily as a tool to help translators and developers manage and create translations. Jabylon supports translations of Java, Android, and iOS applications. It features tight integration into various source code management systems, a feature-rich Web editor, and a REST API to upload or download translations. It can also be used to offer your user community an easy way of contributing translations for new languages or suggest changes to existing translations.
Jaiwls is a component oriented framework with bundled a servlet Web server (Jetty) and HTML widget library. It is easy to integrate in existing applications with static compiled Java classes and supports dynamic websites using Groovy, a runtime injectable singelton instance, well formatted stack traces, a low memory footprint for compiled projects, powerful URL rewrites possible, a production mode (with no recompilation) for Groovy-based applications, and much more.
Jenner is a Web page templating system with a twist: it runs completely within a Web browser. Templates are just normal Web pages with special syntax inside text nodes, attributes, or comments. Unlike other in-browser templating systems, Jenner does not require overloading of "class" attributes or invalid HTML; all Jenner templates are valid Web pages and the template expressions flow in a very natural way. Having the template engine in the Web browser instead of on the server takes a lot of load off of the server, and makes for a clean separation of presentation and content. Jenner is very powerful: it has the full power of the Esel expression language at its disposal. Templates can be rendered from JSON data, and can be re-rendered without a browser-to-server round trip.
Knowledge Management Key (KMKey) is Web-based knowledge management software that joins three solutions on the same collaborative platform: KMKey Project: for planning, managing, and controlling your project portfolio; KMKey Quality to manage your Quality System; and KMKey HelpDesk: for your maintenance and support department. It's developed using Python and Zope, on top of the content management CPS.