This is again a small JMS configuration stuff we have to do in JBoss 5. There is considerable difference in doing it in JBoss 5 compared to JBoss 4 and don’t expect our old configuration to work well with JBoss 5 without any change. In JBoss 5 they are using JBoss Messaging in place of JBoss MQ. You can read a detailed post on migrating from JBoss 4 to JBoss 5 here.
Upgrading JBoss 4 to JBoss 5 with Java 5 to Java 6
The information presented here comes from an effort to upgrade a Java enterprise application to the most current versions of all of its parts; primarily to get onto Java 6. Its starting system specifications were the following:
Developing with Canappi
Canappi is a modern Code Generation Platform based on "mdsl", an easy to learn and compact programming language: you can write a full cross-platform twitter app in 30 lines of code.
Why we made it?
Building Mobile Solutions can be challenging. To be competitive you need to provide an optimized User Experience, built on sophisticated architectures which are constantly evolving. Canappi helps you identify the best user experience and deploy the most appropriate architecture, effortlessly.
Time to Market
Canappi comes with support for advanced libraries (Graph, Bar Code Reader, Social Sharing ...), a complete Web API Connector Framework and Solution Packs (
Mockups2Android is the missing link between UX design and development. You’ve created the perfect Android UX using Balsamiq Mockups but before spending the time and money having a developer produce it, you want to try it out in front of the client. Showing them using a laptop or pieces of paper just isn’t working. Mockups2Android will.
Mockups2Android (m2a) is an Android application that reads your Balsamiq Mockup files and creates your UX on the phone or tablet, using real Android controls and using the real data you entered. Imagine being able to let your client actually try out your design on a phone, letting them navigate through screens, enter text, scroll through lists, interact with maps and much more. With m2a it’s all possible. If you want to move a button or introduce a whole new screen into the flow, you can do it in seconds by making the changes in Mockups and m2a will do the rest. No code, no time, just the perfect prototyping tool. All screen sizes are supported.
The 960 Grid System is an effort to streamline web development workflow by providing commonly used dimensions, based on a width of 960 pixels. There are two variants: 12 and 16 columns, which can be used separately or in tandem. Read more.
The 12-column grid is divided into portions that are 60 pixels wide. The 16-column grid consists of 40 pixel increments. Each column has 10 pixels of margin on the left and right, which create 20 pixel wide gutters between columns. View demo.
The premise of the system is ideally suited to rapid prototyping, but it would work equally well when integrated into a production environment. There are printable sketch sheets, design layouts, and a CSS file that have identical measurements.
bnd is the Swiss army knife of OSGi, it is used for creating and working with OSGi bundles. Its primary goal is take the pain out of developing bundles. With OSGi you are forced to provide additional metadata in the JAR's manifest to verify the consistency of your "class path". This metadata must be closely aligned with the class files in the bundle and the policies that a company has about versioning. Maintaining this metdata is an error prone chore because many aspects are redundant.
Ora2Pg is a free tool used to migrate an Oracle database to a PostgreSQL compatible schema. It connects your
Oracle database, scan it automaticaly and extracts its structure or data, it then generates SQL scripts that you can
load into your PostgreSQL database.
Ora2Pg can be used from reverse engineering Oracle database to huge enterprise database migration or simply to replicate
some Oracle data into a PostgreSQL database. It is really easy to used and doesn't need any Oracle database knowledge than
providing the parameters needed to connect to the Oracle database.
Software development tool designed for computer users to give them the ability to create any software they need without previous knowledge of computer programming where the user will start to learn how to program and will understand the programming concepts using this tool step by step and without the need to write code by hand at all where the programming done through general purpose visual programming languages. Unlike other visual programming languages, PWCT is not limited and target also professional and mainstream programmers by giving them more productivity than traditional text-based programming languages. Programming Without Coding Technology is a Free-Open Source Visual Programming Languages Framework to create new General Purpose Visual Programming Languages (VPLs) that are a practical alternative to Text based Programming Languages (TPLs). PWCT comes with four general purpose visual programming languages (HarbourPWCT, PythonPWCT, C#PWCT, and SupernovaPWCT).
FeatureMapper is a tool approach to combine Software Product Line Engineering (SPLE) and Model-Driven Software Development.
It supports mapping features from feature models to solution artefacts expressed in EMF/Ecore-based languages (such as UML2 or your home-made domain-specific language), provides various visualisations of these mappings, allows for mapping-based transformation of solution models, and provides an extensible interface to utilise different transformation techniques.
In addition to its own feature metamodel, it also supports feature models and variant models of pure::variants, an industrial-strength tool for variant management.
FeatureMapper is under development at the Software Technology Group of Technische Universität Dresden, partly in the context of the BMBF-funded feasiPLe research project.
JaMoPP is a set of Eclipse plug-ins that can be used to parse Java source code into EMF-based models and vice versa. JaMoPP consists of:
a complete Java5 Ecore Metamodel,
a complete Java5 EMFText Syntax, and
an implementation of Java5's static semantics analysis.
Through JaMoPP, every Java program can be processed as any other EMF model. JaMoPP therefore bridges the gap between modelling and Java programming. It enables the application of arbitrary EMF-based tools on full Java programs. Since JaMoPP is developed through metamodelling and code generation, extending Java and embedding Java into other modelling languages, using standard metamodeling techniques and tools, is now possible. To ensure the quality of JaMoPP, it has been successfully tested on a large code base.
PoolParty Thesaurus Manager
Meets high expectations on usability
Provides customisable metadata schemas
Strictly built on open W3C standards
Highly performant text mining algorithms
Adresses different data sources
Delivers relevant context information
High end refinement assistants
Search different sources with one API
Ready for third party integration
The SKOS API is a Java interface and implementation for the W3C Simple Knowledge Organisation System SKOS. For more information about SKOS see here. An implementation of the SKOS API is provided which uses the OWL 2 API, at present you will need to obtain the OWL API seperately from the OWL 2 website. [UPDATE 12-09-2011] The current release of the SKOS API has been deprecated, a new version_3 developer branch is available in the SVN repository that works with the latest OWL API v3.
For more information please contact the user group at email@example.com
The SKOS API is open source and is available under the LGPL License
The SKOS API includes the following components:
An API for the major SKOS constructs and an efficient in-memory reference implementation based on the OWL 2 API
Abstract data model for working for SKOS that avoids commitment to any of the concrete syntaxes, such as RDF
RDF/XML parser and writer
OWL/XML parser and writer
OWL Functional Syntax parser and writer
Turtle parser and writer
Support for extending the underlying SKOS data model via the OWL 2 API
Support for integration with reasoners such as Pellet and FaCT++
Range of convenience methods for working with SKOS
The z2-Environment is an open source infrastructure to develop, configure, and run standard Java solutions without build infrastructure nor deployment procedures and so reduces development operations costs significantly.
During development and maintenance you do not need to have a local build environment installed that complements your source code.
The z2-Environment rebuilds Java sources as required and selectively from your development workspace leading to fast development roundtrips and consistent deployments, and ultimately to minimized integration pains.
CodeLite is an open-source, cross platform IDE for the C/C++ programming languages (build and tested on Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Ubuntu 10.04, and Mac OSX 10.5.8). CodeLite is distributed under the terms of the GPLv2 license with an exception:
The only exception is that plugins developed for CodeLite (other than the ones that comes with the official installer provided by the CodeLite team), are allowed to remain closed sourced and can be distributed under any license