Crispy is a lightweight Java API to invoke remote services (RMI, CORBA, WebService, XML-RPC, EJB, Hessian, Burlap, REST, JBoss Remoting, or others) with simple Java object calls. You can integrate Crispy in a service oriented architecture (SOA), in a rich client platform (RCP), or in an inversion of control container (IoC) such as PicoContainer, SpringFramework, or HiveMind.
SOJO is a Java framework that converts JavaBeans (complex Java-Object graphs) to a simplified representation, so that handling and controlling access to JavaBeans properties is easy and uniform. The framework is meant to compliment POJOs in cases where object orientation is not supported or is not the best decision. This is a powerful way to transform an Object to a data interchange format such as JSON or XML.