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Based on the popular and very useful mod_rewrite for apache, UrlRewriteFilter is a Java Web Filter for any J2EE compliant web application server (such as Resin, Orion or Tomcat), which allows you to rewrite URLs before they get to your code. It is a very powerful tool just like Apache's mod_rewrite.
Taste is a flexible, fast collaborative filtering engine for Java. It has been merged into Apache's Mahout machine learning project since 2009. See http://mahout.apache.org
Introduction Java EE Cache Filter provides a collection of common Servlet filters for Java web applications based on the Servlet 2.5 specification. It allows you to transparently set HTTP cache headers in order to enable browser caching. Why does cache matter? Web page designs are getting ... [More]
Commons Filters - SiteThe Commons Filters site is located at http://ludovic.bert.free.fr/projects/commons-filters. PresentationCommons filters is a suite of commonly used servlets filters which may be usefull for your web applications (such as PdfFilter, GZipFilter, XsltFilter, LogFilter ... [More]
This library intends to be a simple and pragmatic way to measure time and memory consumption in Java Web Applications.
To learn the tips and techniques to use VRD efficiently, visit Project Wiki! Vroom Request Dispatcher Vroom Request Dispatcher (VRD) is a light weight api to extend normal servlet based development to a different concept. The concept is somewhat similar to Python where urls are mapped to request ... [More]
summaryThe filter wraps any response content into a js string (except json type responses, they will be left as they were), and send it back to client as a jsonp callback. Function name of the callback depends on a customizable request parameter; and a request without the parameter will simply jump over the filter. UserGuide
If you known rails, you must love its developer-friendly features such as params attribute in controller, the log of each request and so on. Now, this project is trying to bring these features to JavaEE as possible as it can. And there is one and only one rule: non-aggressive. Any apps can ... [More]