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geoserver - Official GeoServer repository

  •    Java

GeoServer is an open source software server written in Java that allows users to share and edit geospatial data. Designed for interoperability, it publishes data from any major spatial data source using open standards. Being a community-driven project, GeoServer is developed, tested, and supported by a diverse group of individuals and organizations from around the world.

VasSonic - VasSonic is a lightweight and high-performance Hybrid framework developed by tencent VAS team, which is intended to speed up the first screen of websites working on Android and iOS platform

  •    Java

VasSonic is a lightweight and high-performance Hybrid framework developed by tencent VAS team, which is intended to speed up the first screen of websites working on Android and iOS platform. Not only does VasSonic supports the static or dynamic websites which are rendered by server, but it is also compatible with web offline resource perfectly. VasSonic uses custom url connection instead of original network connection to request the index html, so it can request resource in advance or parallel to avoid waiting for the view initialization. In this parallel case, VasSonic can read and render partial data by WebKit or Blink kernel without spending too much time waiting for the end of data stream.

Android-AdvancedWebView - Enhanced WebView component for Android that works as intended out of the box

  •    Java

Note: If you're using the Fragment class from the support library (android.support.v4.app.Fragment), please refer to the next section (see below) instead of this one.




Vaadin - Web Framework to build Rich Internet Application

  •    Java

Vaadin is a Java framework for building modern web applications. It helps to create Rich Internet Applications faster. It has dozens of in-built UI component like Button, Tree etc which is event driven. Vaadin browser widgets is built on GWT and it support all Ajax-capable browsers.

vertx-web - HTTP web applications for Vert.x

  •    Java

Vert.x-Web is a set of building blocks for building web applications with Vert.x. Think of it as a Swiss Army Knife for building modern, scalable, web apps. Template engine implementations are in the template engine sub-project.

pippo - Micro Java Web Framework

  •    Java

The goal of this project is to create a micro web framework in Java that should be easy to use and hack. Pippo can be used in small and medium applications and also in applications based on micro services architecture. Also, Pippo comes with a very small footprint that makes it excellent for embedded devices (Raspberry Pi for example).

rocker - Java 8 optimized, memory efficient, speedy template engine producing statically typed, plain java objects

  •    Java

Rocker is proudly sponsored by Greenback. We love the service and think you would too. More engineering. Less paperwork. Expenses made simple.


react-native-webview-android - Simple React Native Android module to use Android's WebView inside your app

  •    Java

Simple React Native Android module to use Android's WebView inside your app (with experimental html file input support to handle file uploads in forms). If you need to see the install instructions for older React Native versions look here.

amateras-html-editor - Eclipse plugin for HTML/JSP/XML/JavaScript Editing

  •    Java

Eclipse HTML Editor is an Eclipse plugin for HTML/JSP/XML Editing. It requires JDT and GEF. It has following features.Note: SWT Browser widget (HTMLEditor uses it for preview HTML and JSP) requires Mozilla in the Linux. See details at The SWT FAQ. Also you can disable preview in the preference dialog. Choose [Window]->[Preferences]->[Amateras] and check [Disable Preview]. Then you would be able to use HTMLEditor without Mozilla.

react-native-crosswalk-android - CrossWalk webview for React Native

  •    Java

To work with some html5 video player inside your Webview, I recommend you to set the android:hardwareAccelerated="true" in your AndroidManifest.xml file.

gwt-polymer-elements - Polymer Web Components for GWT

  •    Java

Vaadin transfers the ownership of this library, thus Vaadin no longer provides support or does active development on it. We took this decision because once demonstrated that polymer elements could be easily be integrated in GWT, we want to invest our team’s time in adding valuable user benefits to Vaadin Core Elements, and pass the baton to the community to do integrations with other frameworks.

molecule - An HTTP toolkit for fun and easy Java Web Development

  •    Java

Molecule is great for building micro services or regular web applications. It is designed around simplicity, testability and freedom of choice. Built entirely using TDD it provides super-easy ways to test your application and individual endpoints, both in and out of container. Molecule is small - it weights less than 150k - and will stay as lean as possible. It is pluggable through the concept of middlewares (a.k.a filters). It offers various abstractions for a number of functionalities (such as routing, templating, security, etc.). You're free to use the built-in options or provide your own implementations.

traccar-web - Traccar Web UI mod

  •    Java

Web interface for traccar server. See installation instructions on official web site.

Wicket-tutorial-examples - This repo contains code examples for my personal Wicket tutorial

  •    Java

The project is intended to provide code examples for the freely available Wicket tutorial

sparkjava-boilerplate - Proper boilerplate project for Spark - micro framework for creating web apps in Java 8 with minimal effort

  •    Java

This is a boilerplate project for developing lightweight web apps with Spark- a micro framework for creating web apps in Java 8 with minimal effort. This project contains simple implementations of commonly needed features like localization and authorization with simple role based security. The file structure is organized using a "package by feature" style, which has advantages over the standard "package by layer" approach, which is used everywhere. On the client side we have Skeleton- a dead simple, responsive boilerplate for front-end that can be easily replaced by more complex solutions like Bootstrap, Foundation, MDL or whatever you want. All view templates are managed by the Apache Velocity template engine. It's simple, fast, and provides much more flexibility than rusty Java Server Pages. Also, for convenience, testing and simpler object construction used Google Guice, but it can be easily removed if you prefer to do everything yourself.