Java API news letter

Discussion in 'Java' started by JavaNews, Nov 11, 2003.

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    Letter about java API news :

    a selection from a developer to developers...

    UML/Dot :

    UML/Dot generates UML class diagrams from Java source or byte code.
    The diagrams are generated using GraphViz Dot. Users have full control
    over the process and can hide or show any of the extracted elements.
    It requires Java 1.4 or better and GraphViz.

    JGraphT is not JGraph ! :

    JGraphT is a free Java class library that provides mathematical
    graph-theory objects and algorithms. It supports a rich gallery of
    graphs and is designed to be powerful, extensible, and easy to use.

    Java Performance Test Client :

    Java Performance Test Client is a tool for testing the performance of
    Java code. It allows users to run a specific part of the code many
    times by a different number of threads. It comes with a Swing GUI for
    graphical configuration and result representation. Results can be
    exported to HTML or text.

    JFormula 2.4 :

    JFormula is a Java library for evaluating mathematical expression. It
    supports the +, -, *, ^, and % operators, boolean expressions, a short
    expression format (2x+3y), and variables. The evaluation tree is
    produced by a pluggable parsing system, and evaluation optimization
    for symbol value changes is provided. It includes a standard library
    with 17 mathematical functions, can delegate unknown functions or
    symbols, and can extend or add new libraries dynamically. Many API
    samples are included. It is multithreaded and JDK 1.1 compliant.

    DbVisualizer :

    DbVisualizer is a cross-platform database visualization and management
    tool which entirely relies on the JDBC, Java Database Connectivity
    APIs. DbVisualizer enables simultaneous connections to many different
    databases through JDBC drivers. Just point and click to browse the
    structure of the database, characteristics of tables, etc. Arbitrary
    SQL statements can be executed and saved between sessions.
    DbVisualizer supports a variety of databases including Oracle, Sybase,
    DB2, MySQL, Informix, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Cloudscape, McKoi, SAP
    DB, and InstantDB.

    JExpress :

    JExpress Professional lets you create multiplatform, multilingual
    installers and auto-updaters. An easy-to-use Swing interface lets you
    design your installers quickly without requiring any programming. You
    can build a single installer for multiple products or install types.
    It allows you to efficiently customize your installers using Java.
    JExpress Professional goes beyond just building Java installations; it
    can also select the exact classes your Java app uses, build your
    directory tree, and produce JAR files. JExpress Professional can even
    use a sophisticated algorithm to upload your software to your Web site
    without user intervention. It can create native installers for
    Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and Solaris that install the JVM if it isn't
    already installed.
    JavaNews, Nov 11, 2003
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