The Software Testing Automation Framework (STAF) is a framework designed to improve the level of reuse and automation in test cases and test environments. The goal of STAF is to provide a complete end-to-end automation solution for testers.
A translation tools suite for Computer-Aided Translation / Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT). A translation processor with translation memory, machine translation and project support, bitext aligner/converter, TMX validator, and others.
Clips is a Java based music composing tool separating chords and rythms: Create a funky rythm and turn it into a song by varying the chords. Just for the hell of it, it is also specially designed to be portable to mobile platforms (e.g. Android).
In order to assure software performance, software needs to be tested accordingly as early as possible - only weaknesses diagnosed early can be assessed quickly and cheaply. ContiPerf enables performance testing already in early development phases and in an easy-to-learn manner: A developer writes a performance test in form of a JUnit 4 test case and adds performance test execution settings as well as performance requirements in form of Java annotations. When JUnit is invoked by an IDE, build script or build server, ContiPerf activates, performs the tests and creates an HTML report. The report provides a detailed overview of execution, requirements and measurements, even providing a latency distribution chart. A large feature set for execution settings and performance requirements is available, e.g. Ramp up, warm up, individual pause timing, concurrent exection of test groups and more.
BeanClipse is a NetBeans plugin for Eclipse: NetBeans runs embedded within the Eclipse platform as a plugin offering the best of both worlds to Java developers. May be just a joke ;-) .... Check also it's twin at : http://sf.net/projects/netclipse
This is a collection of Eclipse plug-ins that help you work with .NET. If you used tools like Emonic, this is something that will be helpful. Current functional tools include NUnit and NAnt support. Both tools work like their Java equivalents.
Feed reader/aggregator that supports RSS and Atom formats. Its plugin architecture make it extensible and it runs under Windows, Linux, Mac OSX, and etc.
NetClipse is an Eclipse plugin for NetBeans. Eclipse runs embedded within the NetBeans platform as a plugin offering the best of both worlds to Java developers. May be just a joke ;-) .... Check also it's twin at : http://sf.net/projects/beanclipse