Visual Paradigm for UML is a Unified Modeling Language (UML) design tool that supports all UML diagrams, SysML diagrams, and entity relationship diagrams. Visual Paradigm for UML provides extensive use case modeling features, including full function UML use case diagram, flow of events editor, use case/actor grid, and activity diagram generation. Visual Paradigm for UML produces system documentation in PDF, HTML, and MS Word formats. A developer can design system documentation with the template designer. A system analyst can estimate the consequences of changes with impact analysis diagrams, such as matrix and analysis diagram. Visual Paradigm for UML generates Java code.
OpenDMTP (Open Device Monitoring and Tracking Protocol) is a highly configurable and extensible protocol for communicating with mobile devices over high-latency/low-bandwidth networks. The protocol is particularly geared towards the transmission of GPS base location information and includes a full-featured reference implementation showcasing its capabilities.
MiniPauker is a flash card based learning application for mobile devices and handhelds. It is based on the leitner cardfile system and is compatible with Pauker (http://pauker.sf.net, the desktop version of this software). MiniPauker uses a combination of ultra-shortterm, shortterm, and longterm memory. You can use it to learn all the things you never want to forget any more, like vocabulary, capitals, and important dates.
Navlet is a navigation system for mobile devices such as PDAs, smart phones, and cell phones. It retrieves positioning data from any NMEA capable GPS receiver and displays the position on a digital map. External GPS receivers can be connected via a serial cable or Bluetooth. If your mobile device is connected to the Internet, it can download maps from a map server, or alternative use locally stored maps. It is also able to send the GPS data to a server via an HTTP connection.
Jeff's Java Scanf Library is an implementation of the C-Runtime scanf, fscanf, and sscanf functions. The syntax of format strings is very similar (%*s, %3d, etc.) to that of the standard C implementation of scanf. Instead of taking wrapper objects, all scanf functions return an Object, whose types can be inferred from the format string.