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gvSIG is a tool oriented to manage geographic information. It is characterized by a user-friendly interface, with a quick access to the most usual raster and vector formats. In the same view it includes local as well as remote data through a WMS, WCS or WFS source. It is aimed at users of ... [More]
FEST is a collection of compact and fluent APIs, which mission is to simplify software testing. The project provides libraries for: * Functional testing of Swing-based UIs * Functional testing of JavaFX-based UIs * Fluent interface for assertions * Easy-to-use fluent interface ... [More]
The goal of this project is to provide a configurable and customizable production-quality Java look and feel library for Swing applications.
JNode is a simple to use & install Java operating system for personal use. It runs on modern devices. Any java application will run on it, fast & secure! JNode is open source and uses the LGPL license.
Griffon is an application framework for developing desktop applications in the JVM, with Groovy being the primary language of choice. Inspired by Grails, Griffon follows the Convention over Configuration paradigm, paired with an intuitive MVC architecture and a command line interface.
The Zero Kelvin Desktop provides a web-based "desktop" interface built on top the ZK AJAX toolkit. It consists of an application loader, a packing specification, data-source independent database editor, persistence layer, access control, and several APIs for allowing the creation of ... [More]
The Mindquarry Collaboration Server is an integrated set of tools for better teamwork including file sharing with version control, WYSIWYG-Wiki, and easy-to-use task management. It is accompanied by a small desktop client that allows desktop synchronization, and features a small todo list.
TuxGuitar is a multitrack guitar tablature editor and player written in Java-SWT, It can open GuitarPro, PowerTab and TablEdit files.
Flying Saucer takes XML or XHTML and applies CSS 2.1-compliant stylesheets to it, in order to render to PDF (via iText), images, and on-screen using Swing or SWT. The library implements (basically) the entirety of CSS 2.1 and aims to be fully compliant with the W3C specification; it includes a small ... [More]