DailyProphet 'The browser enchanted' is a web browser for the Harry Potter fans with the theme of Harry Potter. It aims at developing a complete web browsing software using Java. The browser will have its own way of naming the activities that could be do
The goal of the project is to create a 100% pure Java-based browser support the latest standards from the W3C. This project is made up of two parts, the actual browser application written in Java Swing and a Swing component that renders HTML.
iPL/SQL Developer is a reference PL/SQL Developer version of the WEB, according to the pattern all PL/SQL Developer format, can be achieved without the client's database development using JAVA to develop.
A automatic browser that can act according to a XML script. Some actions have been realized: click, input, fetch.
"Smart" GUI browser for the Amazon.com site. Queries the Amazon store using web services and represents the search results in a convenient graphical way: distribited by sales rank, rating and price so that the user can quickly choose the best product.
This project is for an open source development of a core banking project.
The Batino Browser is the next generation rich web browser platform. It is based on Eclipse technology.
Applications for daily use. Like browsers, text editors, and others. This is also a place to find great tools.
Frijole is a distributed, Java-based application architecture built around the Frijoje web browser. Rather than having a defined state, Frijole's rich, interactive user interface renders itself according to embedded Beanshell scripts in HTML pages.
Geedot aims to be a lightweight, fully (and only) HTML 4.01 and CSS compliant and functional web browser for X. It uses the gdtoolkit widget set which is very fast and lightweight - yet also infinitely and easily expandable.
In the past, the Google Toolbar was only available for IE on windows. Now, it has been integrated into Netscape or Mozilla by emulating all of the basic search functionality of the toolbar.
Grain is a rich client framework for J2ME platform. It mainly consists of a XHTML browser with XForms processor and a binary based XML parser/serializer.
HTTPSession will provide a complete java library to manage HTTP client sessions. The features (will) include: cookie management, HTTP authentication, referer management, navigation history, refresh statements and HTTP redirections handling.
IFuge is a hosted web platform that provides code and content developers with tools to build, market, sell and deliver their products. End users are able to purchase modular functionality and content to be utilized in web, client and AJAX applications.
JBookmarks makes it easy to administrate, import, export, publish and use bookmarks with your favourite browsers. Runs on Java JDK 1.4 (JDK1.1 IO soon) and supports Opera, Mozilla, Firefox, Netscape, Internet Explorer and XBEL(soon) in Windows and Linux.
This is a small java library that provides information about browsers given the user-agent string. It uses the browscap.ini file from Microsoft or cyscape.
This project combines the DHTML calendar widget (http://www.dynarch.com/projects/calendar/) with Java Server Faces (http://java.sun.com/javaee/javaserverfaces/index.jsp) into a jsf component.
The marriage of XHTML formatting text with Java code for web page creation is ugly, messy, and error prone. The Jxhtml toolkit uses Java objects to replace the XHTML hand coding for a much cleaner & easier to maintain system.
MTWB - Mobile Text Web Browser is web browser for mobile devices which is purely textual. No graphics, no CSS styles, just text and links.
MozSync presents a Stand-Alone Application for Synchronizing Mails, Bookmarks and Other Data between several Mozilla-Using-Computers.
P-bot is a cross-platform browser that uses Jakarta HttpClient to handle the HTTP details. P-bot is to be a browser that can handle user defined Java scripts to automate actions, or series of actions -- performed on a web page. P-bot is written in Java.
This project is for a webpage content monitor called PagePing. It is designed to actively keep track of website content (especially message boards) by repeatedly downloading and diff'ing against the last cached copy.
the central idea here is mozilla browser widgets hosted in a rich client app -an extensible platform with an assortment and growing set of views web 2.0 ish views. this is all based on eclipse and rcp.