HTTP Rake - a simple HTTP server for examining/testing HTTP requests
HTTP Rake - httpr - is a lightweight and flexible HTTP testing tool that is useful for examining and testing HTTP requests without the need for a full-fledged Web server or a proxy. Implemented in Go, httpr is extremely compact, and can be run locally, which is useful in cases when sending HTTP traffic to a third-party hosted solutions is not desirable, or impractical.
This implements a fast and user-friendly log console window to use for debugging purposes of Windows applications (C# already). It is intended to replace the default Win32 console window for such purposes.
Madmap is a tool to help analyze java heap dumps. New in v1.1 it supports hprof ascii and now binary dumps collected with jmap. It helps find memory leaks by showing the live set and automatically calculating which objects retain the most heap size.
KBOX is a MVC model2 frame work. It helps you create an extensible development environment for your application, based on published standards and proven design patterns.
Elvyx is a tool designed to monitor and profile the jdbc activity on java projects. This jdbc profiler has a server with a built-in db and a client to improve the experience.
Capture, analyze, modify, replicate your application's TCP traffic. Simulate slow and unreliable networks. More powerful than Apache TCPMon and less expensive than Shunra Cloud. You can finally see what your SOAP service is sending over HTTPS!
Debugger is open source tool for customizable console and output option. It provide user to capability of controlling output and debug information at runtime.