tclib is a library/framework for type-specific collections in Java. It provides basic implementations for several common varieties of collections, including growable arrays, stacks, queues, hash maps, and hash sets. Both primitive and object element types are supported. Some specific typed variants are supplied for each collection flavor, and instructions are included for easily deriving other typed variants based on the code provided.
XML Binary Infoset Encoding (XBIS) is an encoding designed to eliminate most of the padding of XML text documents being passed between programs, while being faster to generate and interpret. The focus is more on speed than on size, so if document size is the major concern standard compression algorithms can offer superior results. The current Java implementation shows 4-8X performance benefits over standard XML parsers over a range of document types and sizes and across JVMs tested.
JEnable gives an easy way of controlling different build options within Java source code. It allows you to maintain and distribute a single set of source files which can support multiple configurations. The program can be executed from various types of build scripts (including Ant scripts) to automatically change the source configuration on demand. To accomplish this it uses control information embedded in Java code as comment lines with a special format.
JiBX is a framework for binding XML data to Java objects. It lets you work with data from XML documents using your own class structures. The framework handles all the details of converting your data to and from XML based on your instructions, and performs the translation between internal data structures and XML with very high efficiency while still allowing you a high degree of control over the translation process.
JiBX/OTA is a set of examples and sample code intended to help developers working with the Open Travel Alliance schemas. It includes two different examples of JiBX code generation from the OTA schemas, an example of WSDL generation from a Java interface for a Web service based on OTA messages, and two different sample implementations of a client and server for the Web service (Axis2 with standard SOAP/HTTP support, and JiBX/WS with SOAP/HTTP as well as POX/HTTP, SOAP/TCP, and POX/TCP, including high-performance XBIS encoding support).