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Jasypt

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  Analyzed almost 3 years ago

Jasypt is a java library which allows the developer to add basic encryption capabilities to his/her projects with minimum effort, and without the need of having deep knowledge on how cryptography works.

12.5K lines of code

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about 11 years since last commit

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Tudu Lists

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  Analyzed about 20 hours ago

Tudu Lists is an on-line application for managing todo lists. With Tudu Lists, todo lists can be easily accessed, edited and shared on the Web. It is a simple but effective project management tool.

76.7K lines of code

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about 13 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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Direct Democracy Portal

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  Analyzed almost 3 years ago

Direct Democracy Portal, mixing open source with politics to create a portal for online organisations governed through direct democracy. Using maven, mysql, hibernate annotations (EJB 3.0), spring framework and ThinWire RIA Ajax Framework.

918K lines of code

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almost 12 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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CalendarKey

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CalendarKey is server software that integrates with Calendar Server software (including Oracle Collaboration Suite) to allow end users of the Calendar Server to: * View the schedule for the authenticated user in compact HTML. This compact view can be included in other applications. * Allow ... [More] an authenticated user to generate a unique URL that allows an unauthenticated user to view the user's calendar, in either compact HTML, the industry standard iCalendar format, or RSS. * Allow an authenticated Resource Owner to generate a unique URL that allows an unauthenticated user to view the Resource's calendar, in either compact HTML, the industry standard iCalendar format, or RSS. [Less]

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Licenses: apache_2

cxf-spring-security

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Claimed by Apache Software Foundation Analyzed 1 day ago

This projects provides a set of components to integrate CXF with Spring Security (formerly known as Acegi). It is a temporary project since the goal is to contribute this code to CXF. See the Documentation page for more details.

2.05K lines of code

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about 12 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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latitude-app

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Project realize social network and build on major Java framework.

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vertigo-java

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Vertigo is a Java web application development platform, similar to AppFuse. Vertigo is built on top of these open source projects: Struts2 Guice ACEGI Hibernate/JPA JodaTime FreeMarker and others The main purpose of Vertigo is to reduce the redundant coding and make highly componentized development easier.

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Licenses: apache_2

sibutu

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OverviewSibutu is an open-source light-weight alternative to a portal/portlet container for creating extensible, robust, reusable Java web applications with multi-language and hierarchical multi-site support. The framework has modular structure and uses open-source components (Hibernate 3, Spring ... [More] , Acegi, Tiles 2, Spring Web Flow and Quartz). Sibutu supports a limited set of portlet capabilities and ability to plug in a different MVC framework for each module (e.g. Struts2 or Tapestry). Each module consists of a separate WAR file and is designed to be logically separated from other modules. It means that each module can be developed and tested separately on any servlet container and then plugged into sibutu kernel at the deployment stage with configuration files' changes only. With Sibutu's multi-site feature you can manage multiple sites with unique layouts within one web application and maintain any domain hierarchy. Key featuresMulti-WAR and pluggable MVC frameworksSibutu supports different modules to be written using defferent frameworks. Each module is deployed separately in its own WAR file and linked together with an EAR deployment descriptor. Each framework can be easily configured with the simple adapter interface. Currently sibutu provides Struts 2 adapter out of the box. Multi-languageDB-based translations with flexible translation technics, based upon user defined language, site language and hierarchy. Sibutu also provides web interface for third-party translators. Multi-siteEasily extend layouts and presentations for different sites, placing UI elements in a separate WAR. Portlet 2.0 supportSibutu supports a limited set of upcoming portlet 2.0 spec features: Namespacing, portlet parameters isolation Shared session attributes Resource serving Public render parameters Portlet filters Portlet preferences Seamless portlet 1.0 supportEasily plug-in JSR-168 portlets as modules and configure with a simple adapter interface. Single sign-on supportSibutu uses Acegi Security and Central Authentication Service to maintain SSO across different domains. Declarative web flow managementDeclaratively manage web flows, states and URLs with Spring Web Flow. Change flow execution without changing URLs, which is crucial for search engine optimization. JCR 1.0 supportSibutu provides JCR implementation based on Oracle XML DB. DownloadsDownload beta version at http://sourceforge.net/project/platformdownload.php?group_id=182090 [Less]

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gwt-acegi-sample

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Integration GWT with Acegi. Simple sample.

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Licenses: gpl
Tags acegi gwt java

webseed

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WebSEED is a maven archetype to ease the burden of creating a JSF-Spring-JPA Web application.

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Licenses: apache_2