The Saxon XSLT and XQuery processor, developed by Saxonica
Sourceforge is the home for open-source versions of the famous Saxon XSLT 2.0 and XQuery processor. See also http://www.saxonica.com for Saxonica's home page, and http://saxonica.plan.io for bug trackers and discussion forums. Note: Saxon-CE (Client Edition, for use in the browser) can be found at https://github.com/Saxonica/Saxon-CE
CAM XML Editor for XML+JSON+Hibernate+SQL Open-XDX sponsored by Oracle
The CAM editor is the leading open source XML Editor/Validation/Schema toolset for rapidly building / deploying XML /JSON /Hibernate /SQL data /Forms applications. Visual WYSIWYG data design, rule entry wizards + drag & drop dictionary components. Will import, analyze / refactor from XML Schema / JSON. Oracle is a proud enterprise sponsor; with NIEM.gov support. Do SQL data import/map+ Open Data API delivery+ Hibernate JPA + UI Forms/Pencil Makes XSD schema (default, flatten, NIEM, & OASIS modes) + JAXB bindings; Mindmap FreeMind or UML models(XMI); XML unit test & live SQL data; HTML docs + spreadsheets (NIEM IEPDs). Canonical component dictionaries from schema sets, SQL, JSON, ERwin XSD, or spreadsheets. The XML CAM templates (OASIS standard) store the exchange structure, content model, code lists, DBMappings, SQL lookups+business rules (XPath). Java CAMV XML/JSON validation engine is a complete exchange test framework [XMLUnit, TEAM(Schematron)]. Java/Eclipse +Saxon/XSL
professional open source software for LCA
Software for sustainability assessment, highly modular; initially focused on Life Cycle Assessments.
Generates Java source code for the CRC algorithm.
JCRCGen is a tool written completely in Java that will output public domain Java source code containing both the simple and table-driven implementations of the Rocksoft Model CRC algorithm. Generator polynomials may be any 8-bit multiple between 8 and 64 bits.
Annotation driven java validation library.
With use of annotations Validity can validate java beans with minimal amount of code. This library is meant to be easy to use and clear to understand. If You find it useful please leave a comment. Additional requests will also be taken into account in future versions.
The Java backend for the filemanager of corefive.
The Java backend for the filemanager of corefive (http://github.com/simogeo/Filemanager). It's a bridge between the filemanager and a storage backend and works like a transparent virtual file system or a proxy. C5Connector.Java includes a default implementation to access the (server side) local filesystem.
a simple file launcher written in Java
JAppLaunch has been REMOVED from SourceForge and any JAppLaunch files provided in SourceForge are UNOFFICIAL.
JANET is a software tool simplifying integration of Java applications with codes and libraries written in other languages. It defines a lightweight Java language extension and appropriate preprocessor generating JNI interfaces out of JANET source files.
Jointly search, share and experience media in mobile P2P networks
The MyMedia Peer supports search, sharing and experiencing of semantically annotated media in unstructured P2P networks. The API provides interfaces for semantic service coordination in unstructured P2P networks. An implementation for mobile Android devices is given, which comprises the components: - semantic service selector iSeM (1.1) - semantic service planner OWLS-XPlan 2 - semantic search and replication in P2P networks: S2P2P and DSDR The MyMedia Peer, mobile service selector iSeM (1.1), S2P2P and DSDR were developed by Patrick Kapahnke, Xiaoqi Cao and PD Dr. Matthias Klusch at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence DFKI GmbH (http://www.dfki.de) in Saarbrücken, Germany. Copyright: DFKI, 2014, All Rights Reserved. For bug reports, technical problems and feature requests please contact: Patrick Kapahnke: email@example.com For general scientific inquiries please contact: PD Dr. Matthias Klusch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Java 2D graphics/utility library
The 2DX Project is an ongoing project aiming to provide powerful, versatile, and felxible tools for 2D graphics programming in Java. The 2DX-GL core library provides utilities for animation, geometry, basic physics, and more. The Snap2D game engine/library builds upon the 2DX-GL core library by adding features like 2D world management tools, a dedicated scripting language, and high level rendering via the user's choice of either OpenGL or Java2D (OpenGL recommended for high perormance rendering, of course). Check out the full features list on GitHub. Visit the project on GitHub for source code, a full overview of features, instructions, and documetnation. GitHub: https://github.com/bgroenks96/2DX-GL Wiki: https://github.com/bgroenks96/2DX-GL/wiki
(Java) Yet Another Command Line parser
Yet another annotation based command line parser for Java applications.
tacacsplus is an opensource java TACACS+ library
Mobile Device Detection for Java - 4 Step Setup - 3 minutes
Add mobile device detection to Java the easy way with 51Degrees.com. No cloud services, no external plug-ins, all Mozilla Public Licence source code. It's a great alternative to WURFL or DeviceAtlas. Also available on Maven. 1) Download the zip and extract. 2) Add the core JAR located in the "dist" directory to your java project. 3) Import the following packages: import fiftyone.mobile.detection.Match; import fiftyone.mobile.detection.Provider; import fiftyone.mobile.detection.factories.StreamFactory; 4) Use the following code to start detecting devices: //The Lite data file is provided with every archive. Provider p = new Provider(StreamFactory.create("path/to/data/file")); Match match = p.match("USERAGENT_STRING"); boolean isMobile = match.getValues("IsMobile").toBool(); if(isMobile) System.out.println("Mobile"); else System.out.println("Not mobile");