This project aims to create a guitar training and tab writing software. It displays the note/chord and plays the sounds as well. The user can also create their own songs by using the graphical neck to select the notes, and they are translated into guitar tablature. You can create songs by creating song parts and add the note names to the parts. You them just add the parts to create a song.
Project Open Provisioning ToolKit (OpenPTK) is as an open source User Provisioning Toolkit exposing Java API's, RESTful Web Services, JSP Taglibs, JSR-168 Portlets and WSDL-based Web Services with user self-service and administration examples. The architecture supports several pluggable back-end services including Oracle's Identity Manager, Sun's Identity Manager, Sun's Access Manager, JDBC and LDAPv3
The Packer project provides a new API on top of the GridbagLayoutManager which eliminates the use of the GridbagConstraints objects. It makes it much easier to create compact and functional code blocks which are simple to write and move around in your layout design so that you can quickly developer GUIs.
The projects consist of a collection of Oracle Coherence-based utilities, distributed computing and data-grid examples, third-party integration examples and implementations of commonly used software patterns.
Event(AJAX)-based Windowing Toolkit for web-based applications. This is a low-level API intended to be similar to AWT/SWING, except for web-based applications.
The intent of this project is to allow smooth integration between static and dynamic components of web applications.
Java utility class library. Mentionable classes are the simple but powerful SQLBuilder, the DTO parser and serializer classes (JSON, XML). The library is used in all of my Java projects. The current productive Version is 2.0.
JavaSvet is an open Java community, for open Java people. It is the first JUG in Serbia, founded in 2004, with two major goals. The first is to gather and to share Java knowledge among Java developers, experts and enthusiast, as well as to organize Java events and to spread the word about Java. But that is not all: the second goal is to become a leading knowledge & technology center in this area.