Flesh is a cross-platform, open source Java application designed to quickly analyze a document and display the difficulty associated with comprehending it. It is available for all platforms that support Java. Flesh has been released under the GPL (license for use).
After processing a document, Flesh produces two scores: the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level and the Flesch Reading Ease Score. Each of these scores is calculated after determining the number of sentences, words and syllables a document contains. Using those numbers, the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level and Flesch Reading Ease Score can then be calculated ·
Law Leecher is a multi-threaded web crawling tool which extracts laws from the EU law database PreLex (http://ec.europa.eu/prelex/). It's written in Ruby.
The latest version is 1.4
You can also visit the SourceForge project management homepage. You will most probably find the version history there (what's new, fixed bugs) for new versions. ·
Beet records user behavior and performance data for your Spring-based Java application. It can thus help you to analyze usage patterns and research production performance issues. Beet requires Spring framework 2.0 and the Quartz Scheduler.
Visit the Downloads page to grab a copy, and then read the Quick Start chapter of the User Guide to enable it in your application.
Beet is freely available to use under the terms of the Mozilla Public License, v1.1. It was developed and is maintained by Mantis Technology Group, Inc.
* Record Java method calls, SQL statements, and HTTP requests, or add your own events
* Simple configuration, zero code modification required
* Know immediately which user and session caused each event and when
* JMX administration and diagnostic tools
* Record data as XML, compressed binary XML, directly to an RDBMS, or write your own storage
* Flexible ETL and log manipulation tools for compressed binary XML
* Low resource overhead, appropriate for production systems ·
Licq is a multi-threaded ICQ (originally; now it supports AOL and MSN as well) clone written mostly in C++. It uses an extensive plugin system to manage many different functions. ·
OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision) is a library of programming functions mainly aimed at real time computer vision.
Example applications of the OpenCV library are Human-Computer Interaction (HCI); Object Identification, Segmentation and Recognition; Face Recognition; Gesture Recognition; Motion Tracking, Ego Motion, Motion Understanding; Structure From Motion (SFM); Stereo and Multi-Camera Calibration and Depth Computation; Mobile Robotics. ·
KompoZer is a complete web authoring system that combines web file management and easy-to-use WYSIWYG web page editing.
KompoZer is designed to be extremely easy to use, making it ideal for non-technical computer users who want to create an attractive, professional-looking web site without needing to know HTML or web coding. ·
A framework to support dynamic adaptation behavior in Java EE enterprise systems and to develop self-managing applications. StarMX utilizes JMX features and can be integrated with different policy/rule engines to enable self-management capabilities. ·
The Grinder is a JavaTM load testing framework that makes it easy to run a distributed test using many load injector machines. It is freely available under a BSD-style open-source license.
The latest news, downloads, and mailing list archives can be found on SourceForge.net.
* Generic Approach Load test anything that has a Java API. This includes common cases such as HTTP web servers, SOAP and REST web services, and application servers (CORBA, RMI, JMS, EJBs), as well as custom protocols.
* Flexible Scripting Tests are written in the powerful Jython scripting language.
* Distributed Framework A graphical console allows multiple load injectors to be monitored and controlled, and provides centralised script editing and distribution.
* Mature HTTP Support Automatic management of client connections and cookies. SSL. Proxy aware. Connection throttling. Sophisticated record and replay of the interaction between a browser and a web site.
See the longer features list for further details. ·
JOpt Simple is a Java library for parsing command line options, such as those you might pass to an invocation of javac .
As closely as possible, JOpt Simple attempts to honor the command line option syntaxes of POSIX getopt() and GNU getopt_long() . ·
JOrtho (Java Orthography) is a Open Source spell-checker entirely written in Java. Its dictionaries are based on the free Wiktionary project and can therefore be updated by virtually any language. The library works with any JTextComponent from the Swing framework. This includes JTextPane, JEditorPane and JTextArea. ·
Dozer is a Java Bean to Java Bean mapper that recursively copies data from one object to another. Typically, these Java Beans will be of different complex types.
Dozer supports simple property mapping, complex type mapping, bi-directional mapping, implicit-explicit mapping, as well as recursive mapping. This includes mapping collection attributes that also need mapping at the element level.
Please read the about page for detailed information on Dozer. ·
Metawidget takes your domain objects and automatically creates User Interface components for them, saving you handcoding your UIs and leaving you to concentrate on stitching together your application.
As much as possible, Metawidget does this without introducing new technologies. It inspects, at runtime, an application's existing back-end architecture (such as JavaBeans, annotations, XML configuration files) and creates components native to its existing front-end framework (such as Swing, Java Server Faces, Struts or Android).
Metawidget does not hide the power of your existing User Interface framework from you and guarantees that your investment in its technology and knowledge is as valid as always. The LGPL open source license allows the use of Metawidget in open source and commercial projects. ·
"Openutils is a collection of small java libraries, utilities and extensions for common frameworks and tools used in j2ee projects.
Most of the code comes from projects developed at
Very interesting: Mavenised good approach for Spring testing for both JUnit4 and TestNG, wired with dbunit. ·
HTML2FO ist a converter for HTML files to the new XSL:FO format. It supports most of the usual tags. If you are missing a tag or think a tag is not handled as expected please open a feature request item. You may think that you have a XSLT which does the same job. But html2fo does convert documents which are not XML conform. ·
From the authors of the German book "JSF@work" (see http://jsfatwork.irian.at). A lightweight framework for J2EE web applications which makes a clean step out of session handling problems when using persistence frameworks. Also features like aspect oriented JSF are introduced. All provided by a best-practice web application. ·
The Windows Installer XML (WiX) is a toolset that builds Windows installation packages from XML source code. The toolset supports a command line environment that developers may integrate into their build processes to build MSI and MSM setup packages. ·
The long term goal of the DITA Open Toolkit is to provide a high quality implementation for production level output of DITA XML content, built in a professionally-managed project environment by vetted contributors, and tested thoroughly for each Release C ·