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dotuseful is used in GetItTogether
GetItTogether is a media player and DAAP (iTunes
sharing) client/server written in Java.
The dotuseful tree library is used in JBother project (http://jbother.org/). JBother is a cross-platform Java Instant Messaging client. JBother creators use dotuseful to speed up JBother's development.
dotuseful was created to speed up development of software solutions. We are interested in hearing about other projects which use dotuseful. Leave a message on dotuseful forums.
We are developing a rich web application platform which will be a base for smart and flexible web solutions like online communities. Planned set of features is rich and includes web CMS, messaging, forums, polls, wikis and everything a dynamic website needs. We use JSF with custom presentation layer which will use plain HTML templates.
As always, underlying design should be brilliant.
We have new org.dotuseful.ui.tree.SortedTreeNode class which keeps its child nodes sorted.
This class is not tested yet, so your feedback will be highly appreciated.
We have two new org.dotuseful.ui.tree.MouseAdaptedTree and org.dotuseful.ui.tree.MouseAdaptedTreeMouseHandler classes which goal is to transfer mouse events to corresponding tree nodes.
These classes are not tested yet, so your feedback will be highly appreciated.
I have added the org.dotuseful.util.ArrayMgr class which contains indexOf(sourceArray, searchForArray), methods that the stock J2SDK doesn't have.
We are pleased to announce that Mr. Daniel Escasa has joined the .useful team as technical writer. His duties have to do mainly with building the documentation for the project. He is a Filipino, living in the Philippines. Daniel, by his own account, has had over 20 years experience in IT (he claims he was a child prodigy), in various capacities -- teacher, systems analyst/programmer, and journalist. You can find him on several online forums -- bsdforums.org, pinoyexchange.com, devshed.com, experts-exchange.com, to name a few -- as silverlokk.