Algeria JUG is the first official JUG of Algeria , is a local community of Java users who get to share information, resources,solutions,innovation,opportunities, and share ideas about real-world problems. .
The aim of Algeria JUG is to connect Java addicted , lovers, professionals and students under one roof and to make java developing more fun than it was .
A pure Java library which can read and write Ascii85 streams.
Ascii85 encodes binary data into ascii, using only 125% of the space of the original data - which is more efficient than most methods. PDF files use Ascii85 to encode their embedded images, etc.
The library provides an InputStream for reading and an OutputStream for writing. The mark() and reset() methods are supported, provided that the underlying stream supports them.
EnCoMa is a Java Web Application which maintains the history of all your sensible configurations of your hosts. It can automatically download and keep versions of remote files, cisco configurations, output of remote commands, database queries and so on...
It supports notifications, user profiles, downloads scheduled by crontab expressions, password obfuscation...
It needs a webserver like tomcat, a database like mysql, oracle, postgresql and a dedicated filesystem to store configurations.
This event is comprised of a Webinar introductory about GingaJ and a 2-day Hackathon that has the following goals:
- Enhance the awareness about the technology on the community;
- Meeting, recognizing and growing the Ginga-J community.
Jini Community Information and Projects at java.net. The Jini Starter Kit developed by Sun Microsystems is now the Apache River Project. See the Links section for a link to that project.
Otherwise, you will find below a list of some projects that use the Jini technology to provide distributed software systems. Many of these projects are examples of using Jini for a particular purpose.
Mobile Desktop Grid (MDG) make mobile device to interact with cluster- and grid-based resources: The one-stop solution to obtain worldwide grid resource for computational use. With our solution, world wide physicist, biologist, chemist, laboratory assistant and computer scientist are able to complete their exhaustive computational jobs in a shorter period. The targeted users are from non-grid or non-cluster awareness group of people to enjoy cluster resources with our invented solution.
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