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- Programming Language: Groovy ×
Android runtime for Groovy programming language
Will start off as a guitar tuner and move up to tune any instrument available in midi. Will generate the correct tones as well as listen to a sample and suggest tuning adjustments (sharp, flat).
GroovyFlow is an alternative to Spring's dynamic language support, and may, for some, be an alternative to Grails.
Grail based web application for managing administrative activities for a school e.g Student Registration, teachers, assignments etc.
The CMS3.0 is an open-source clinic management system project jointly implemented by the Hong Kong Medical Association (HKMA) and ISIA, with the funding support from the OGCIO under the Sector-specific Programme for the Medical and Health Sector.
This is a collection of tools for IEEE 1516 HLA FOM (FDD) files, including a fom-to-html converter with cross reference and minimal validation.
HallKeeper is a web-based information management system for university residence hall systems.
Solves the given cubes puzzles and prints the solution
Helen is an adventure game engine written in Java 6, designed to support multiple users. Where Helen attempts to be unique is enabling users with powerful extensibility without a grammar-heavy language (thanks to Groovy).
This project aims to create a games development IDE which is easy to use by novices and experts to aid in game creation. The IDE will be able to export to jar and applet, so games will be runnable in a wide range of environments, across many platforms.
H.OP.E is the Health care Operational Environment, An enterprise scale automation environment. HOPE strives to become a modularized, well architected, sanely layered set of Models, Specs, and Software to allow incremental maturity and extensibility.
Hydra Cache is a distributed cache implementation based on the design of Amazon Dynamo. Hydra is designed to provide a highly available, scalable, reliable and decentralized distributed cache solution for large high performance enterprise application.
This is implementation of JSF 1.2 (JSR 252).
This photo site permits sharing of images. It is aimed at community image sites. It is based on Grails (http://www.grails.org) and associated plugins.
Industrial Machinery Automation Software. * Reduce labor and material costs * Increase profits and maximize sales opportunities * Improve visibility with a comprehensive end-to-end solution containing built-in dashboards
IRSA is a toolkit for Information Retrieval Service Assessment.
A kickass issue tracker.
JControl is a small MVC framework built with Groovy and Velocity languages. It uses convention over configuration and makes no use of configuration files (i.e. like Struts or JSF do).
A Java application monitoring tool to aggregate, archive and visualize monitoring data for larger computer clusters, giving developers and admins both a succinct and comprehensive view into systems without the information overflow of usual JMX consoles.
Jmathtools: math java stuff designed to be easily used, modified and extended. Initially designed to help porting of matlab software to java. 2D/3D plot, linear algebra, basic statistics. Groovy wrapper providing syntax close to Matlab/Scilab.
JSeeD is an advanced IDE for java developers. It contains some additional factory components that reduces developers time.
JShelf allows you to manage your java libraries from a simple command line. Imagine just having to type "jshelf install commons-logging" to get all the required jars for this commonly used package. JShelf was inspired by the Ruby Gems tool.
This project is a conversion of AATrade (written using PHP) to a Java based architecture. The project is based upon similar projects such as BNT, NGS, Trade Wars 2000 and Ultimate Universe. Web-Based browser solution first followed by a client tool.
this is a small project which provides several mathematical function useful for a chemist or somebody working with mass specs. The goal is to provide several cuda and c based functions which can be easily accessed using java, groovy and python.
This project provides Java libraries that can be used to receive Nagios configuration and status information via the NDOUtils TCP socket interface, and to transmit commands to Nagios via the external command interface.