Java news Letter

Discussion in 'Java' started by JavaNews, Feb 26, 2004.

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    Hi,

    Here a collection of useful tool and API I found for february,

    All this information are available too at http://www.javanews.org

    - Excelsior JET

    Excelsior JET, Professional Edition is a Java VM implemented as a
    combination of three major components: (1) optimizing ahead-of-time
    (AOT) compiler, which transforms your Java applications into native
    binary executables; (2) caching JIT compiler, responsible for handling
    dynamically loaded classes that could not be precompiled; (3) high
    performance runtime, implementing support for Java memory management,
    threading, synchronization, exceptions, and so on.

    http://www.excelsior-usa.com/jet.html

    - HelpSetMaker

    HelpSetMaker allows creation and maintenance of help documents. It is
    especially tailored to the needs of the JavaHelp online help system
    for Java programs. Help texts are written in a very simple descriptive
    language, and the resulting documents are immediately shown on the
    screen. Links, images, and style sheets can be included and managed.
    It can also produce HTML and LaTeX source output.

    http://www.cantamen.com/helpsetmaker.php

    - JView 2004

    JView 2004 is a J2EE performance monitor and Java tuning profiler. It
    shows Java performance metrics, including method time, CPU thread
    time, and SQL-based transaction time along with landscape view of your
    J2EE environment. It uses dynamic bytecode instrumentation and a
    native library for very low performance overhead. It is available for
    a variety of platforms and runs on application servers such as
    Weblogic, JBoss, and JRun.

    http://www.devstream.com/

    - Cubehub Tunnel

    Cubehub is a simple UDP over TCP tunnel application written in Java

    http://www.twock.com/java/cubehub/

    - Xerces2 Java Parser 2.6.2

    Xerces2 is the next generation of high performance, fully compliant
    XML parsers in the Apache Xerces family. Note that JDK 1.4 and 1.5
    contains always an XML parser, the xerces usage may be interested for
    recent XML standard.

    http://xml.apache.org/xerces2-j/index.html

    - zPack

    IzPack is a powerful Java installer builder. It is able to create
    lightweight and modular installers. You have the choice of the
    installer panels you want to use (some can do the same job, so that
    you can select the one you prefer), and you even have the choice of
    the kind of installer that you want to use. IzPack doesn't use any
    portion of native code, it is designed to be fully independent from
    the operating system that runs it. It is very easy for the end user
    with a properly installed JVM to use an installer made with IzPack,
    since a single "java -jar installer.jar" will launch it.

    http://www.izforge.com/izpack/

    Jericho HTML Parser

    Jericho HTML Parser is a simple but powerful Java library for
    analysing and modifying HTML. It ignores any server-side code/markup
    or invalid HTML, while still being able to analyse and modify parts
    and reproduce the rest verbatim. It also provides a useful HTML form
    analyser for making sense of data received from an arbitrary form
    post.

    http://jerichohtml.sourceforge.net/


    Best regards,

    A.Brillant













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