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Kauri is a Java-based framework for RESTful (web) application development. It's based on Restlet, jQuery, Maven, Spring and the sweaty hands of its core development team.
Web application, based on Google Wave Federation Protocol server. For the moment just chat is supported but it is intended to use modules-system in recent versions.
The Nazgul Framework project holds a collection of best-pracises and sensible configurations enabling you to start projects quickly and scale them considerably without having to change the development or deployment model. Moreover, the Nazgul Framework strives to increase usability for the ... [More]
Library toolkit containing Nazgul Software Components, built on the principles defined within the Nazgul Tools framework.
ModTool allows ontology modules to be extracted from an ontology based on a user supplied concept. ModTool was created by the University of Liverpool's Semantic Web Lab. More information on ModTool can be found here RequirementsYou will need the following on the classpath to use ModTool: ... [More]
What is OceanOS ?OceanOS is an Open Source project, to provide a new generation blogging platform, based on the concept of Resource Oriented Computing and featuring strong and weak modularization. Component-based development is a common pattern in software development, but it is mostly used in a ... [More]
Active development in this project has ceased. However, some of the ideas of Barrio are now addressed in our new project, gql4jung. Barrio is a dependency analyzer for object-oriented programs implemented in Java. It discovers and visualizes community structures in the dependency graph which ... [More]
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