Fast Parser is a high performance Java XML parser. Benchmarks measure it to be up to 100%+ faster than Xerces and the JDK1.4 integrated parser. It is ideal for Web services (SOAP) and XSL. The core parsing package (without DOM) is very compact. It features SAX Level 1 and 2 compliance, JAXP compatibility, namespace support, integration with JXMLPad for real time parsing, modular libraries, an embedded device mode (including minimal memory usage), optional XML Comment support, CDATA support, the ability to include any node type with a custom NodeFactory, and a walker for easily navigating through XML trees. Many API samples and benchmark tests are included. JDK1.1 or later is required.
Rome is a set of Atom/RSS Java utilities that make it easy to work in Java with most syndication formats. It accepts all current flavors of RSS (0.90, 0.91, 0.92, 0.93, 0.94, 1.0, and 2.0) and Atom 0.3 feeds. Rome includes a set of parsers and generators for the various flavors of feeds, as well as converters to convert from one format to another. The parsers can give you back Java objects that are either specific for the format you want to work with, or a generic normalized SyndFeed object that lets you work on with the data without bothering about the underlying format.
i-net Doqua is an Eclipse plug-in that helps documentation writers and developers to keep track of inconsistencies between style guides and the actual documentation. The system integrates into the Eclipse IDE and introduces a new perspective and several views. Since i-net Doqua uses standard JUnit testcases to check the documentation, you can trigger checks using Hudson or similar Ant based systems.
The Thought River Commons is a collection of Java utilities and other nifty code items developed by Thought River for use in internal projects. It features classes for working with XML, networking, metadata, graphs, Java code generation, and for creating self-healing software, among other things.
Dragon Breath is the name of a generic development and application framework that is heavily based on PostgreSQL and PHP. It contains different layers which wrap business logic, data, and any graphical interface. It opens up and eases development in the field of graphical user interfaces and data management. The interface layer is built upon XSLT rendering, which allows the rendering of displays for different interfaces like Web browsers, PDAs, mobile phones, and others. The database layer depends on PostgreSQL's features and allows a common exchange of data with any kind of data structure. It even contains built in sanity checks for data integrity.
The stad (short for SMB Traffic Analyzer Daemon) program collects incoming data from the vfs_smb_traffic_analyzer VFS module included in Samba 3.2.0 and later. Of the received data, it builds an SQL store that can be queried. The SMB traffic analyzer software suite is a toolset aiming at visualizing the data flow on one or more Samba servers, providing statistics about the usage of Samba services. The long term goal of the SMB Traffic Analyzer project is to provide a universal remote debugging facility for Samba.