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boxing - Android multi-media selector based on MVP mode.

  •    Java

Core version: only contain the core function. UI version: contain UI implements base on core version.

Snappy - Port of Snappy to Java

  •    Java

This is a rewrite (port) of Snappy writen in pure Java. This compression code produces a byte-for-byte exact copy of the output created by the original C++ code, and extremely fast.

Snappy Java - Snappy compressor/decompressor for Java

  •    Java

snappy-java is a Java port of the snappy, a fast C++ compresser/decompresser developed by Google. It does fast compression/decompression around 200~400MB/sec, Less memory usage. SnappyOutputStream uses only 32KB+ in default, Compression/decompression of Java primitive arrays (float[], double[], int[], short[], long[], etc.) and lot more.




zip4j - Java library to handle Zip files

  •    Java

Zip4j is a java library to handle Zip files. It helps to create, Add, Extract, Update, Remove files from a Zip file. It provides support to Password protected Zip files, Encryption using AES, Zip64 format, Progress Monitor.

LZF Compressor- High-performance, streaming/chunking Java LZF codec, compatible with standard C LZF package

  •    Java

LZF-compress is a Java library for encoding and decoding data in LZF format, written by Tatu Saloranta. LZF alfgorithm itself is optimized for speed, with somewhat more modest compression. Compared to the standard Deflate (algorithm gzip uses) LZF can be 5-6 times as fast to compress, and twice as fast to decompress. Compression rate is lower since no Huffman-encoding is used after lempel-ziv substring elimintation.

XZ for Java

  •    Java

This aims to be a complete implementation of XZ data compression in pure Java. Single-threaded streamed compression and decompression and random access decompression have been fully implemented. Threading is planned but it is unknown when it will be implemented.

JavaFastPFOR - A simple integer compression library in Java

  •    Java

It is a library to compress and uncompress arrays of integers very fast. The assumption is that most (but not all) values in your array use less than 32 bits.


sparsebitmap - A simple sparse bitmap implementation in java

  •    Java

Alternative compressed bitmap implementations in Java such as JavaEWAH can be a bit overengineered. The goal of this project is to come up with a very simple alternative that has good performance.

jarchivelib - A simple archiving and compression library for Java

  •    Java

A simple library that facades org.apache.commons.compress, to provide an easy-to-use API for archiving and compressing into and out of File objects.

gorilla-tsc - Implementation of time series compression method from the Facebook's Gorilla paper

  •    Java

Implements the time series compression methods as described in the Facebook's Gorilla paper

succinct - Enabling queries on compressed data.

  •    Java

Succinct is a data store that enables queries directly on a compressed representation of data. This repository maintains the Java implementations of Succinct's core algorithms, and applications that exploit them, such as a Apache Spark binding for Succinct. The Succinct-Core module contains Java implementation of Succinct's core algorithms. See a more descriptive description of the core module here.

pngtastic - A pure Java PNG image optimization and manipulation library

  •    Java

A pure Java PNG image optimization and manipulation library

raroscope - A pure Java library for scanning and enumerating RAR archive contents

  •    Java

RARoScope is here to solve all these woes. The following lines are all you've to write to list out all the entries of a RAR file, say, D:/Data.rar. Impressed? I sure was thrilled when I first wrote the library! Go ahead, download RARoScope and start using it in your applications right now.

kanzi - Lossless data compression in Java

  •    Java

Lossless data compression in Java. The goal is to provide clean APIs and really fast implementation. It includes compression codecs (Run Length coding, Exp Golomb coding, Huffman, Range, LZ4, Snappy, ANS, Context Mixers, PAQ derivatives), bit stream manipulation, and transforms such as Burrows-Wheeler (BWT) and Move-To-Front, etc ... For more details, check https://github.com/flanglet/kanzi/wiki.