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SiteWhere

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  Analyzed about 3 years ago

SiteWhere is an open-source, multi-tenant, application enablement platform for the Internet of Things (IoT) providing device management, complex event processing (CEP) and integration through a modern, scalable architecture. SiteWhere provides REST APIs for all system functionality. The SiteWhere ... [More] IoT Framework provides SDKs for many common platforms including Android, iOS, Arduino, and any Java-capable platform such as Raspberry Pi rapidly accelerating the speed of innovation. SiteWhere supports device connectivity via MQTT, Stomp, AMQP, JMS, sockets, websockets, and many other protocols. Download SiteWhere today! [Less]

160K lines of code

4 current contributors

over 3 years since last commit

3 users on Open Hub

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Flatpack file parser

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  Analyzed about 21 hours ago

FlatPack came out of the frustration of having to mix file parsing logic with business logic. FlatPack on SourceForge: a Java (1.5+) flat file parser that handles CSV, fixed length and custom delimiters. The formats are configured in XML, it is fast and released under Apache license 2.0. ... [More] Substrings in a fixed width parse can be daunting to deal with when trying to analyze what existing code is doing, and what about when you have no comments... We also provide delimited file parsing; works with any delimiter / qualifier, multiline records, delimiter or qualifier allowed in column value. [Less]

12.9K lines of code

2 current contributors

9 months since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

Very Low Activity
5.0
 
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Mule in Action (examples)

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  Analyzed 1 day ago

This project contains the source code snippets and sample application for the book Mule in Action, authored by David Dossot and John D'Emic, and published by Manning Publications.

133K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 11 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

Inactive
0.0
 
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Mule BEEP Transport

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  Analyzed about 3 years ago

Allows the Mule ESB to listen for inbound BEEP communications.

652 lines of code

0 current contributors

about 13 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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0.0
 
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mulefaces

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Overview - What are Mulefaces?The goal of the MuleFaces project is provide developers with a modular API for building SOA oriented applications and to provide end users the ability to compose and deploy such applications easily within an ESB environment. Specifically the goals of the MuleFaces ... [More] project are: RAD framework for building SOA GUI Applications in a modular and extensible fashion - from simple wizards, to applets, and all the way to full blown applications GUI Applications should have easy access to invoke SOA services and return simple JavaBeans or JSON objects back to an AJAX client Create jobs with configurable workflows that can be scheduled and run on the back-end with easy access to SOA/ESB services. The essential building blocks of a MuleFace are the !MFaceServlet and the !MFaceApplet. A MuleFace can be composed of one or both of these (Servlet and/or Applet). The !MFaceServlet provides the API for implementing and executing backend services within a workflow chain. The !MFaceApplet provides the abstraction for building AJAX Web enabled applications that can do everything from editing/customizing the input JavaBeans that are consumed by the !MFaceServlet to building full blown GUI applications that invoke services using ESB/SOA API. Workflow ProcessingThe inputs and outputs of a MuleFace are defined as JavaBeans. A MFaceServlet consumes a JavaBean as input and returns a JavaBean as output. These input and output JavaBeans can have customizers/viewers that can edit and render the contents of the input/output JavaBeans. These MuleFaces can then be composed and packaged together into back-end jobs and/or GUI applications. As a job they can be scheduled and run as a normal job would be run. As an application they can be published and presented to users as applications that can be edited and executed. Also, the requirement is that MuleFaces be deployed and loaded dynamically within their hosting container, without requiring server restarts. The GUI and server code that makes up a MuleFace is bundled and packed in a JAR called a MAR (Mulefaces ARchive). The specification defines a life cycle for the execution of one or more MuleFaces that are chained together to execute a single piece of logic. Individual MuleFaces can pass JavaBeans to each other during the execute of the workflow (a chain of MuleFaces). The output JavaBean of one MuleFace can serve as the input to another MuleFace. This is done through a mapping specification to allow the end user the ability to configure which properties of one particular output JavaBean get mapped to which corresponding properties of another input JavaBean. MuleFaces provide easy access to Mule services and can easily live within Mule Containers and/or interface and communicate with remote and local Mule services and providers. MuleFaces also leverages the GWT framework which serves the basis for its Web UI extensibility and application technology. HistoryMuleFaces is an evolution of the original TaskBean component API concept and specification. You can read more about !TaskBeans here. Status and NewsWork is on-going towards the 2.0 release and specification. RoadmapQ1 2008 - 2.0 Release of MuleFaces API Q3 2008 - Research into OSGi support [Less]

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d2parser

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BlueVex plugin for Diablo 2 that logs your items to files. Includes a viewer program that can view/search your items. Website: http://d2parser.randomshit.org SVN checkout instructions: I've screwed around with the layout of the repository, so if you want to checkout source, here's what you ... [More] do: # Non-members may check out a read-only working copy anonymously over HTTP. svn checkout http://d2parser.googlecode.com/svn/d2parser/trunk/ svn checkout http://d2parser.googlecode.com/svn/D2ParseViewer/trunk/ [Less]

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Licenses: lgpl

flamethrower

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This project attempts to serve as a common repository for both new functionality for the server-side of Adobe Flex applications and extensions to BlazeDS.

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Licenses: mit

appenda

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Appenda is a work in progress, as are most open-source projects. The goal of Appenda is to bring a J2EE / Spring Framework equivalent for the PHP environment, featuring dependency injection, inversion of control where possible, and promotion of a wide (rather than deep) class hierarchy. Appenda ... [More] will provide a number of standalone endpoints to provide service functionality, and rely on pre-defined XML + XSD schemas for intra-service communication, and ActiveMQ + Mule ESB to provide the routing and enterprise integration patterns. And all of this using well defined, properly typed, unit tested PHP in an Eclipse + Maven development environment. [Less]

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Licenses: mit

racker

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This will be finished later

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openmule

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Project OverviewOpenMULE is an open-source recreation of the classic Atari 400/800 game, M.U.L.E. The project seeks to, in an open-source manner, recreate the feel of the classic game, with modern improvements, such as enhanced graphics and networked multi-player capability.

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