JXCSS is a Java SAX-generating CSS2 parser adapter.
JXCSS can be used to instrument or refactor existing CSS stylesheets
and also to generate new ones.
JXCSS can use any SAC-compliant CSS2 parser. As the parser processes
a stylesheet, JXCSS generates SAX events that model the stylesheet's
deep structure. JXCSS can be connected to any SAX content handler,
such as an XSLT or STX transformation.
JXCSS supports several CSS2 parsers: Batik 1.6-1, Steady State 0.9.5 and Flute 1.3
Glotaran has moved to github!
Glotaran is a tool for global and target analysis of time-resolved spectroscopy and microscopy data. It serves as a graphical user interface (GUI) to the R-package TIMP, which is the computational engine of Glotaran. It works under any operating system that supports Java. The project is currently under active development but the post-version-1.3 source code has been migrated to github.
A tool that figures out API of a component and generates the code that fully uses this API. When checking the source compatibility of versions v1 and v2 of a component (library), we first let the tool generate the code for version v1 and then try to compile it against version v2. If it compiles, the two versions are source compatible (with a few exceptions that are not checked by the generated code).
This project is contains the code used by the successful Greenville Java Users Group (GreenJUG) Certification Boot Camp. The code used in this project contains examples of good and really bad coding concepts. If you can read and understand this code. A certification exam is going to be easy. Remember these questions: Does it compile?, Does it run? What is the result. Once you get that concept look at the code.
VisualVM - All-in-One Java Troubleshooting Tool. VisualVM is a visual tool integrating several commandline JDK tools and lightweight profiling capabilities. Designed for both production and development time use, it further enhances the capability of monitoring and performance analysis for the Java SE platform.