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A free open sourced Apache Http Server GUI developed with Java.145 weekly downloads
A simple on-screen keyboard for your Website2 weekly downloads
Full featured AJAX web based reporting system. Written in Java / JSP. Web based reports are dynamically generated from JDBC result sets. Connects to any JDBC compliant database, most drivers already included. The Apache Derby database is embeded.1 weekly downloads
SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor allows you to monitor your hybrid IT applications and systems. Monitor Microsoft® Office 365 Exchange side by side on your on-premises Exchange server and other applications. Check, track, and report on O365 user/shared mailbox growth, users over quota, archived mailboxes, inactive mailboxes, mobile device, mailbox groups, and more. You can also monitor Microsoft portal access to help ensure you’re meeting your SLAs.Advertisement
Servlet container extensions that help web developers write full featured Java web applications.
Simple Web Server with Graphical User interface. Server can be used without special knowledge. Any user can install and share folders in internet or local network. For sample you can share media files (music,video).
RSane Publisher allows a team of authors to easily maintain shared documents. Publisher speeds authoring of large structured documents, especially technical, business, and reference materials. Runs on Java, JBoss, and Tomcat.
SeCURePass password manager. A flexible, secure password manager for use in many situations, applicable for storing personal information. Integration with Firefox is available via an included extension.
Wicket Boilerplate provides draft code for an application that utilizes the wicket framework. We intend to provide simple means for creating new wicket projects. Currently the projects are built using the Eclipse IDE and they are managed with Maven.
Our goal is to find out useful and funny ways for expanding the possibilities of many FOSS by integrating them with other FOSS and proprietary systems. You'll find here many open source plugins and extensions useful to put those FOSS hermits together.