AWbot is a bot that connects to your Web site and makes URL requests like human visitor. It's not a Web indexing robot, but a Web client tool that emulates visitors browsing your Web site to test its stability after a development change, its reliability, and its response to heavy loads.
AXP stands for Arch eXtension Platform. It features a pluggable command set that extends the GNU Arch functionality. It includes high level operations on revision library, searching for the locations and content of world-wide arch repositories, advanced branching and merging commands, and more.
The Abacus Formula Compiler (AFC) compiles computations defined in spreadsheet files directly to Java byte code. Users can thus customize an application using Excel or OpenOffice Calc. AFC compiles against your own Java interfaces to obtain input values and compute output values (it essentially generates strategy implementations for you), and supports internal computations with either double or BigDecimal (for financial applications).
Abbot is a framework for testing Java GUIs. It lets you launch an application or GUI component, play back user actions on it, and examine its state. Tests may be coded or scripted. The editor supports recording user actions into a script, exploring the component hierarchy, running the script, and other features you'd expect from a script editor. Test scripts are JUnit extensions.
Abeille Forms Designer is a powerful, easy-to-use GUI builder for Swing-based applications. Designers can drop and drop components onto a WYSIWYG editor. Full support for undo/redo and copy/paste is provided. Components can be easily customized by adding images or modifying their properties. Advanced fill effects are supported, such as textures and gradients. It features 3rd Party Java bean support, support for Swing components, borders, gradients, textures, images, and shadow effects, undo/redo, and intuitive layout rules (based on JGoodies FormLayout).