Secure FTP API for Java is a collection of classes that allows you to add secure file transfer capabilities to your Java applications. It has a complete implementation of the File Transfer Protocol as defined RFC 959, and support for secure file transfer using SSL/TLS as defined in RFC 2228. Both explicit and implicit SSL connections are supported. It has an extendable architecture to support legacy/non-standard FTP servers, event notification to notify the connection and transfer events to interested objects, support for active and passive data transfers, support for ASCII and binary data types, and the ability to set the timeouts and buffer size to use for the control and data connections.
YAJOGLB (Yet Another Java OpenGL Binding) allows Java programmers to access their native OpenGL library. The library is implemented using Java's JAWT to access the native windowing system, along with JNI calls to OpenGL. Programs using the binding must use the shared library provided, since this is not a pure Java library.
JDIC (JDesktop Integration Components) makse it possible for Java applications to integrate more seamlessly with the native desktop environment. It supports features such as embedding the native HTML browser, programmatically opening the native mail tool, using registered file-type viewers, and packaging JNLP applications as RPM, SVR4, and MSI installer packages. An SDK for developing platform-independent screensavers is also included.
The Advanced Presentation Tools Collection contains versatile components that provide the ability for Web authors and Java developers to easily build and publish dynamic and interactive features to any Web page. It includes the Advanced Scrolling Text Applet, Advanced Slide Show Applet, Advanced Banner Rotation Applet, Fading Text Banner Applet, Fading Images 2 Applet, andTypewriter Text Effects Applet.
3D Vertical Bar Graph provides both client and server-side solutions for the incorporation of bar graphs into Web pages. It provides versatile components so that Web authors and Java developers can easily build and publish dynamic and interactive bar graphs. There are many configurable features and functions to both the applet and servlet and as such, the documentation and examples are designed to give both a full understanding of every feature and enable you to implement both the applet and servlet quickly and easily. The series of examples gives an overview of the variety of implementations possible.