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useful-java-links - A list of useful Java frameworks, libraries, software and hello worlds examples

  •    Java

This is a fork of awesome link with new structure, additional license info and github's star info for every link, with a lot of new links (all non-mobile github projects with 390 or more star) and so on. The russian version is in this place. The "Hello Worlds examples" project is in this place.

ObjectiveSql - ObjectiveSQL is an ORM framework in Java based on ActiveRecord pattern, which encourages rapid development and clean, codes with the least and convention over configuration

  •    Java

ObjectiveSQL is an ORM framework in Java based on ActiveRecord pattern, which encourages rapid development and clean, codes with the least, and convention over configuration. ObjectiveSQL provides full example for various databases below, You can open it directly with IntelliJ IDEA as a standalone project. In fact, they are not just examples, but also unit tests of ObjectiveSQL in various databases.





KBox - 📦 The Knowledge Box

  •    Java

KBox is an abbreviation for Knowledge Box. The rationale behind KBox is to allow users to have a single place to share resources and knowledge among different applications as well as instances. Moreover, working on top of RDF model, KBox is a natural extension of the Web on your computer. Systems usually deal with resources and knowledge that are often duplicated among several instances. For instance, when using the Stanford NLP library the resources and knowledge inside the library are duplicated among different applications. The idea is to have a common repository where users can share resources without duplication. In order to do that, we bring the RDF concept to bridge the gap among reource publishig, storing and locating.

JavaTelegramBot-API - Java Telegram Bot API

  •    Java

The Java Telegram Bot API is a wrapper for the Telegram HTTP Bot API

SwissArmyJavaGit - JavaGit fork (http://javagit

  •    Java

JavaGit fork (http://javagit.sourceforge.net/) JavaGit is a Java API that provides access to git repositories. Our goal is to provide a library with an easy-to-use API that is intuitive for developers new to git and developers who are veteran git users.

euphoria - Euphoria is an open source Java API for creating unified big-data processing flows

  •    Java

A Java API for creating unified big-data processing flows providing an engine independent programming model which can express both batch and stream transformations.

scala-java-locales - Implementation of java locale for scala.js

  •    Scala

scala-java-locales is a clean-room BSD-licensed implementation of the java.util.Locale API and related classes as defined on JDK8, mostly for Scala.js usage. It enables the locale API in Scala.js projects and supports usage requiring locales like number and dates formatting. Requirement: you must use a host JDK8 to build your project, i.e., to launch sbt. scala-java-locales does not work on earlier JDKs.

google-search-results-java - Google Search Results JAVA API via SerpApi

  •    Java

This Java package enables to scrape and parse Google, Bing and Baidu search results using SerpApi. Feel free to fork this repository to add more backends. This project is an implementation of SerpApi in Java 7. This code depends on GSON for efficient JSON processing. The HTTP response are converted to JSON Object.

essential-javaee - Essential Java EE, is a book about the Essentials of Java Enterprise Edition Programming

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Essential Java EE, is a book about the Essentials of Java Enterprise Edition Programming. The Java Enterprise Edition (EE) platform is built on Java Standard Edition (SE) to provide a powerful enterprise computing solution. It runs hundreds of thousands of the most dynamic and powerful sites on the web—everything from your favorite small business to Fortune 500 systems. Watch this introduction to learn the essentials of Java EE 7/8 and start developing with this exciting platform. Alex Theedom provides a high-level view of the Java EE ecosystem, covering the 12 most important APIs. Learn how to use JavaServer Faces to construct interactive views, implement Java Message Service to decouple your application, ensure data integrity with Bean Validation, create dynamic sites with WebSocket, and much more.






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