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JNuke

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  Analyzed 10 months ago

JNuke is a MVC web Content Management System(CMS)

138K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 7 years since last commit

3 users on Open Hub

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Tudu Lists

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  Analyzed 28 days ago

Tudu Lists is an on-line application for managing todo lists. With Tudu Lists, todo lists can be easily accessed, edited and shared on the Web. It is a simple but effective project management tool.

187K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 7 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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5.0
 
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VLMa

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Claimed by VideoLAN Analyzed 7 months ago

VLMa is a Java application which provides a daemon and a web interface to manage several VLC streamers. It has some nice features like: - dynamic stream assignments (incl. fallback if a server is unavailable) - drawing of the servers stats as RRD graphs - and more... It is designed to be ... [More] used in large networks such as universities or corporate networks. [Less]

81.6K lines of code

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about 7 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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IWebMvc

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

IWebMvc is a web / enterprise platform built in Java based on Spring / Hibernate /DWR /dojo, offering lots of pre-built functionality (project kick start, security, RSS, CRUD operations, widgets, full-text search, ..) out-of-the-box to developers.

24.4K lines of code

0 current contributors

almost 9 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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dwr-webflow

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Add a layer that abstracts DWR - Spring Webflow integration, making it easier to use for developers.

5.32K lines of code

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over 9 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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gridshore

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This is the google home page for most of my projects. There are a lot of sample applications to be found here. Most of them are discussed in my blog items which you can find on my blog http://www.gridshore.nl. If you have issues or requests please use the Issues tab from this project. The ... [More] following table gives you an overview of the different samples and there main technologies and reasons I created them. projecttechnologiesreason for existenceBlog item(s) gea-news-feedGoogle app engine, Spring frameworkSampe application used to demonstrate the capabilities of google app engine none sofar, the presentation can be downloaded Hippo spring connectorHippo, spring-ws, springframeworkThis application is used to show how you can connect to hippo from a spring framework application. A webservice is created that can search the hippo repository using the spring-ws projectroadtrip-from-springframework-to-hippo-7, connecting-to-hippo-ecm-using-a-springframework-connector Google app enginePython, google docsMaking a small python application using google apis. The application reeds the collection of documents available to you in google docs using-google-appengine Felix Tryoutosgi, felix, maven2, intellijFirst real tryout with an osgi application running on felixstarting-with-osgi-using-apache-felix-step-1, using-maven-to-create-an-osgi-bundle-osgi-felix-sample-step-2, embedding-jetty-in-osgi-osgi-felix-sample-step-3, creating-a-jetty-based-osgi-httpservice-for-apache-felix RaffleGoogle web toolkitThis application I used to explain he basics of Google web toolkit Rowing-the-Google-Web-Toolkit-boat-with-intellij Raffle Appjpa, annotations, google web toolkit, wicket, jqueryI used this application to show multiple front end frameworks. Before you can start with the front end, you need to have a solid back end. Therefore I tried jpa using springframework and hibernate at the back end. The different front ends all use the same back end without changes.Creating-an-application-with-maven2,-jpa,-springframework-and-intellij, start-using-jquery-with-some-small-samples-and-using-spring-mvc-25 Spring OSGi SampleOSGi, springframeworkMy first thing I did with OSGi, I must admit that I did not understand that much about OSGi back than.Spring-osgi-an-evaluation-using-maven-2-and-the-special-spring-osgi-archetype Springframework archetypespringframework, maven2, acegiI was doing a lot of projects with the same kind of architecture. I also wanted to experiment with maven archetype. So the ideal combination to create my custom archetype.Creating-a-maven-archetype-for-acegi-and-springframework Training Overviewspring 2.5, annotations, jpa, jquery, mavenIn this application we go to the extreme with plain web development. A lot about using spring mvc 2.5 in combination with jquery. Again the back end is created using springframework, hibernate and jpa.using-annottions-in-springframework Ajax dwr sample dwr, springframework, scriptoculousOne of the most known implementations is creating auto complete solutions. With this project I create an autocomplete using scriptoculous and dwr. The blog item in which I described the solutions is still one of the best read posts of my blog.Creating-an-autocomplete-with-Spring-and-DWR books-overviewflex 3, BlazeDS, springframeworkThis is the latest sample I have created. This is also the sample for the coming months. I a experimenting a lot with flex 3 and I show all this is this sample. For now there is a custom component for filtering results in a DataGrid. Beware, there are some tags for this project. The trunk is not always the best thing to use.creating-a-flex-3-datagrid-component-with-backend-filtering, integrating-flex-3-with-spring-security-formerly-known-as-acegi integration-spring-security-acegi-and-flex-3-the-sequel wow-springframework-enters-the-actionscript-and-flex-domain/ feeling-secure-with-webserviceswebservices, securitySample showing everything you need to know about webservices and security http://www.gridshore.nl/2008/05/17/feeling-secure-with-web-services-introduction/|feeling-secure-with-web-services-introduction,feeling-secure-with-web-services-part-1-the-usernametoken, feeling-secure-with-web-services-part-2 spring-ws-samplesspring ws, maven, springframwork, jaxbThis application shows a webservice as well as a webservice client using the spring-ws framework.Using-Spring-ws-for-creating-a-webservice, Creating-a-webservice-client-using-Spring-ws-and-maven2 buildversion-pluginmavenCreates a file version.jsp in the web application folder wth the version of the maven build in it. payment-batch-sample I started this sample to create a batch application, but I never finished it. [Less]

53.3K lines of code

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over 6 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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game-calendar

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This project is my foray into several interesting technologies: AJAX DDD Code generation (e.g. using Sculptor or ROO) The XML API at www.boardgamegeek.com (BGG) The aim is to produce an application that allows users to: Add a game-playing venue Propose a session at a venue Register for a ... [More] session Propose games to be played at a session (possibly based on the attendees' BGG collections) [Less]

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Mostly written in language not available
Licenses: LGPL

jt01

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

jt01 is web project with focus in social network. Our intention is integrate the Google Maps with a social network to provide a relationship between peoples, events, and knowledge. Used technologies: Sun Java; struts2; hibernate; DWR; flexJSON; jQuery;

0 lines of code

0 current contributors

over 8 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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Mostly written in language not available
Licenses: LGPL

dowry

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Dowry = DWR (Direct Web Remoting) + the DRY Principle ("Don't Repeat Yourself"). Dowry is based on the idea that the server-side already knows all sorts of useful metadata. It knows the structure of our entities, what their datatypes are, what is required, how long values can be, etc. These is ... [More] likely some canonical representation of this metadata within the application (for instance, a Hibernate mapping). Dowry was designed to reuse this information that already exists on the server-side, to make Ajax coding simpler. [Less]

10.8K lines of code

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over 10 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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littlecandy

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

just for study

18.8K lines of code

0 current contributors

almost 9 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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