Server Apps

The set of libraries and frameworks I use for server-side application development.

log4j log4j
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Spring Framework Spring Framework
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Java-ISO8583 Java-ISO8583
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Simple Logging Facade for Java (SLF4J) Simple Logging Facade for Java (SLF4J)
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Apache Commons DBCP Apache Commons DBCP
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jAlarms jAlarms
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Java SMPP API
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Apache HTTP Server Apache HTTP Server
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Tapestry Tapestry
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Java MSN Messenger Library (JML) Java MSN Messenger Library (JML)
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OpenSSH OpenSSH
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PostgreSQL Database Server PostgreSQL Database Server
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Cacti Cacti
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Hibernate ORM Hibernate ORM
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JAGIServer
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memcached memcached
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spymemcached
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Grails Grails
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ehcache ehcache
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Finagle Finagle
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What is a Stack?

It's a list of software used to accomplish something. LAMP is an example.

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Apache HTTP Server PostgreSQL Database Server Java-ISO8583 Apache Commons DBCP OpenSSH Hibernate ORM log4j Grails
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