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noop - Project Hosting on Google Code

by claire_ & 1 other
Noop (pronounced noh-awp, like the machine instruction) is a new language experiment that attempts to blend the best lessons of languages old and new, while syntactically encouraging what we believe to be good coding practices and discouraging the worst offenses. Noop is initially targeted to run on the Java Virtual Machine.

noop - Project Hosting on Google Code

by parmentierf & 1 other (via)
Noop (pronounced noh-awp, like the machine instruction) is a new language experiment that attempts to blend the best lessons of languages old and new, while syntactically encouraging industry best-practices and discouraging the worst offenses. Noop is initially targeted to run on the Java Virtual Machine

Twitter / Hani: GAE = Hoping for a hot dat ...

by night.kame

GAE = Hoping for a hot date, but ending up in a dark alley crying softly, anally bleeding, after an accident with a gaggle of big black men.


Naviguez dans Google Maps en inclinant votre MacBook (Pro)

by nhoizey
Après MacSaber, netPong ou SmackBook, voici une nouvelle application amusante (et utile, ce qui ne gache rien) exploitant le capteur de mouvement des portables Apple MacBook

google-guice - Google Code

by jpcaruana & 1 other
Guice alleviates the need for factories and the use of new in your Java code. Think of Guice's @Inject as the new new. You will still need to write factories in some cases, but your code will not depend directly on them. Your code will be easier to change, unit test and reuse in other contexts.

gnizr - Google Code

by jpcaruana & 2 others (via)
gnizr™ (gə-nīzər) is an open source application for social bookmarking and web mashup. It is easy to use gnizr to create a personalized portal for a group of friends and colleagues to store, classify and share information, and to mash-it-up with information about location. It's free.


by camel
Talkonaut™ is freely available, voice capable, Google Talk™ like application for your mobile phone. Talkonaut works on a large scale of mobile phones with Java (J2ME) support, including Windows Mobile and Palm handsets. Talkonaut™ supports Jabber, Google Talk, ICQ, MSN, AIM and Yahoo networks for chatting and Google Talk, MSN and Yahoo for voice calls.



by jpcaruana
MyGWT is an open source Java library for the Google Web Toolkit. The library helps developers easily create compelling desktop like AJAX web applications. No messing around with HTML, CSS, or images, all MyGWT widgets look great out the box. MyGWT is 100% native, using no external JavaScript code or libraries. Taka a look at the Explorer Demo to see MyGWT in action. MyGWT is a sub project of Ext JS and is licensed under the Open Source LGPL 3.0 license.

Google Cartography

by ycc2106 & 1 other
uses the Google search API to build a visual representation of the interconnectivity of streets in an area.

gwt-ext - Google Code

by jpcaruana & 1 other
GWT-Ext is a library that integrates Ext with GWT.

google-collections - Google Code

by jpcaruana & 2 others (via)
The Google Collections Library 0.5 (ALPHA) is a suite of new collections and collection-related goodness for Java 5.0, brought to you by Google. This library is a natural extension of the Java Collections Framework you already know and love. The major new types are: * BiMap. A Map that guarantees unique values, and supports an inverse view. * Multiset. A Collection that may contain duplicate values like a List, yet has order-independent equality like a Set. Often used to represent a histogram. * Multimap. Similar to Map, but may contain duplicate keys. Has subtypes SetMultimap and ListMultimap providing more specific behavior. There are also more than a dozen collection implementations, mostly of the interfaces above, but not all. ReferenceMap, for example, is a ConcurrentMap implementation which easily handles any combination of strong, soft or weak keys with strong, soft or weak values. Static utility classes include: * Comparators. Natural order, compound, null-friendly, ad-hoc . . . * Iterators and Iterables. Element-based equality, cycle, concat, partition, filter with predicate, transform with function . . . * Lists, Sets and Maps. A plethora of convenient factory methods and much more. * PrimitiveArrays: "boxing"/"unboxing" of primitive arrays And there's more: * Forwarding collections * Constrained collections * Implementation helpers like AbstractIterator To understand everything offered by this library, you'll have to explore the API using the "API documentation" link at the right. Further information can be found using "Wiki" tab above. We will post binaries soon, but until then, you can obtain the code using Subversion. Just do a checkout of We hope you find this library half as useful as we have ourselves!

GWT Designer from Instantiations

by parmentierf & 1 other (via)
GWT Designer™ is a GUI creator that supports GWT. Use GWT Designer's visual tools and wizards, and Java code will be generated for you. You don't need to write any lines of Java code, but you can fully edit the resulting Java if you wish.

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