Tic Tac Toe The Return is a simple graphic game written in Java. It is a port of mptris to the Java platform. mptris is a text-mode tic-tac-toe game written in C language. I wrote both to get some confidence with the programming languages. In the Download section (Files) you can also find the sources of the Windows Phone 8 port and of the ancient console mode versions.
2Lang is a new Programming language, designed for portable, scalable Web 2.0 applications to be executed on a variety of devices. Create enterprise tiered applications with rich user interfaces in minutes
The intention of this project is to provide a library that acts as a binding to native libraries, alleviating the needs for individual JNI bindings to native dynamic link libraries developed in C(++), and eventually other programming languages.
This was once an engine targeted at online games. It has been succeeded by another project with the same goal: http://io-project.org
The Emergent Software Project was created with the goal of providing useful java libraries with a specific focus on libraries which utilize JNI to provide better integration with systems than standard JDK libraries permit.
This project has evolved into four main components: J2EE utilities; Austin, a Groovy Game Scripting Library for JME; Script formatter for screenwriters; and the core library utilities.
The Handwritten project aims to provide software for open distribution of handwritten notes. A rudimentary datastructure containg strokes made by writing devices as for example palm computers, digital pens, etc, is implemented in both Java and C.
SMART (Shape Matching Algorithm Research Tool) enables you to implement 2D and 3D shape matching algorithms as plugins. Plugins can either be implemented in Java or as native plugins, i.e. in C/C++.
Water: a fast, secure, dynamic OO language and database. Water is an all-purpose language (and meta-language) that runs Web applications in the browser or server-side. Water is compatible with .NET, Java, and C on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X system.
HTTP client for Android, based on libcurl
Java bytecode to native code compiler striving for small, standalone executables.
Code for Mac+WebObjects.