Reliable Multicast SDK (aka Remade) is a set of Java-based APIs intended for the creation of reliable multicast delivery applications. A reliable multicast transport protocol is implemented and serves as the basis for Remade. The toolkit provides a high-level intuitive interface to the protocol. One can simply call "transmit file" function at the head-end server, "receive file" function at the end-user client, and not to worry about multicast address allocation, reliability repair mechanism, or other details.
JStart gives the ability to start Java class files (or applets) by double clicking on them from the desktop like any executable program. You only have to assign *.class files to this program. It loads a class file, investigates it according to the Java Sun class file specification, extracts the full class name (including packages), and invokes the main method of that class.
The Jasmin software distribution includes an implementation of the Script MIB according to RFC 2592 with a Java runtime engine, a selection of demonstration scripts, a Java package called "scriptmib" supporting the development of manager applications for the Script MIB, Smurf, a graphical user interface to the Script MIB, and JAX, a Java package for building AgentX sub-agents.
JLearner is a Java-based Japanese character and vocabulary learning tool. It is mainly in German, and comes with vocabulary packages for the ikkyuu level 1 (highest "Japanese as a foreign language test"). It was written for university students who have be firm with all 2000 jouyou Kanji.
MotionView is a Java application that allows you to view, scan, fast-forward, and reverse through the images captured by the Motion motion-detection and video capture software for Video4Linux. It also lets you archive the images to a backup directory, or erase them with a single button click after you view them.
QuickImage is an open-source utility for adding drawings and graphs to your Web applications. It was designed primarily for use with the SteelBlue Application Server, but is general enough to be used in many programming environments. The QuickImage package contains both Java classes that can draw images on the client's browser and a C++ program that can draw images on the Web server. They both interpret the same set of graphics commands, and you only need one version to add drawings to your Web applications.