Cameleon a Framework for developing reliable database applications in a technology independent and predominantly editorial way. User interfaces may be easily exchanged from Swing to HTML and vice versa, and databases may be exchanged in the same manner. The Swing variant framework is established. The HTML user interface is under construction but can be reviewed on the project Webpage ("Test sample application"). Cameleon's target users are programmers who manage midrange data volumes (from thousands to millions of database records) and who prefer simplicity and availability rather than animation. Business features such as security management and parameter administration are supported in the framework. The framework allows web developement without any knowledge of JSP, HTML, Servlets etc. Data input elements (and groups of them) may be used in Java Server Pages.
Douglas Thrift's Search Engine is an indexing search engine for use on small Web sites such as personal or small business sites. It is designed to be very similar to Google for end users and its output is customizable. For indexing, it supports both the Robots Exclusion Protocol and the Robots META Tag.
MightyCal is a powerful calendar/schedule building program which aims to be the MS Access of the Web calendaring world. It provides an easy-to-use administration interface for developing custom calendars of many types, from simple event bulletin boards, to schedulers of human/physical resource availability, to schedulers which automatically take programmed actions. Users of a MightyCal site can choose to view calendars in a wide variety of formats on numerous devices, from standard HTML to PDF and WML. MightyCal's architecture combines the object-oriented web development of Zope with the XML transformation capabilities of Cocoon.
OSAccess is an entitlement security engine for prodividing fine grained security access. At the moment, the security spec for J2EE is silent on entitlement level security, so this project is an attempt to make a truly portable and reusable entitlement engine that can work with multiple backend security data repositories and be hosted on different application servers.
Rambutan is a set of end-user applications software that assists a system analyst in the gathering and categorization of facts for a requirements specification document. In its current state, the product consists of two programs that perform similar functions. A handheld application is used to gather facts in the client's site while a desktop application is used to edit and further refine the requirement statements in the analyst's office. Both applications allow the user to enter, modify, and display data that make up a requirements specification document.
XSTest is an object framework that takes unit and functional tests created in JUnit, Jython, MaxQ, and TestMaker and runs them as load tests to understand the scalability of a Web- enabled application. Unit tests test an individual module for correct functionality by making requests to the host and recording the success or failure and timing metrics of the response. XSTest takes unit tests and runs them multiple times concurrently to learn the scalability of the Web-enabled application as load increases.