Shield4J is a Java class and Android APK obfuscator, encrypter, shrinker and merger based on a powerful and easy-to-use online service. It supports all types of most common Java applications: self-contained Main, Java Web Start (JWS), SWT, Swing/AWT, Applets, Web Servlets, JavaFX and Android - JAR, APK, DEX, WAR. It makes your code stronger against reverse-engineering and reduces the JVM and Dalvik VM class loading time and memory consumption.
QiAnalyze is a JEE framework for working with Quality Indicators. With it you can: 1) Define and build QI modules. 2) Analyze your data using BI tools. 3) Share your QI Modules with others.
We are a group of geeks from Barcelona (in Spain) that we want to share our experiences and knowledge related with this development language that gives us so many joys and headaches ;-). We would engage people to think, opine, ask and share and everybody is welcomed and we would like to listen as many suggestions as will be possible.
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.
Jas CMS is a free, small website engine written in Java, licensed under GNU GPL 3. It produces static content without the need of any databases or server-side scripting languages. It is created to fulfil high security concerns. It is suitable for various kind of content projects like personal websites, project / product pages, group sites, company websites... It is also designed for managing content projects / websites in the i2p network, tor et cetera.
The goal of this project is to collect the available educational Java applets into usable encyclopedia-like collection. Web currently contains a reasonable number of FOSS java applets, many requiring fixes, undocumented and difficult to find. Applets are also can be launched through web start. See wiki for licensing details. We still use Kenai repository at the moment.