MENCARI ENGINE J2SE, J2EE, J2ME KELOMPOK 07 ITB-SEAMOLEC BATCH 5

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TUGAS



KAMIS 01
-
12
-
2011


MENCARI ENGINE J2SE, J2EE, J2ME


KELOMPOK 07 ITB
-
SEAMOLEC BATCH 5

ADE

SURYA ISKANDAR

ESHA

RAMADIANSYAH

SELLY

ARTATY ZEGA


A.

J2SE


No.

Engine

Description

1.

BlueCove

BlueCove adalah Java library untuk

Bluetooth (JSR
-
82 implementation) yang
bertatapmuka dengan Mac OS X,
WIDCOMM, BlueSoleil
dan

Microsoft
Bluetooth stack
pada

Windows XP SP2
atau

Windows Vista
dan

WIDCOMM
dan

Microsoft Bluetooth stack
pada

Windows Mobil
.


BlueCove
-
GPL

merupakan

modul tambahan

GPL licensed
untuk mendukung
BlueCove runtime
pada

Linux BlueZ
. Sedangkan
BlueCove JSR
-
82 Emulator
module

is
modul tambaha
n untuk

BlueCove
yang mensimulasikan

Bluetooth
stack.



BlueCove
dapat digunakan pada

Java Standard Edition (J2SE) 1.1
stsu versi

terbaru lainnya.

BlueCove telah diujicoba pada JVM:



Apache Harmony
-

Open Source Ja
va SE

5.0M5 on Win XP 32 bit



SUN Java 1.1.8 on Windows XP/X86



SUN Java 2 Platform Standard Edition 1.4.2 on Windows XP/X86



SUN Java 2 Platform Standard Edition 5.0 on Windows XP/X86



SUN Java 2 Platform Standard Edition 6.0 on Windows XP/X86 and
Windows Vis
ta



SUN Sun Java Toolkit for CDC 1.0 on Windows XP/X86 (Need
custom
made

dlls with __cdecl exports)



WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment 5.7.2, CDC
1.0/Foundation 1.0/Personal Profile 1.0 on Wind
ows XP/X86



WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment 6.1.1, CDC
1.0/Foundation 1.0/Personal Profile 1.0 on Windows XP and
Linux/X86



WebSphere Everyplace Micro Environment 5.7.2, CLDC 1.1, MIDP
2.0 on Windows XP/X86



WebSphere

Everyplace Micro Environment 6.1.1, CLDC 1.1, MIDP
2.0 on Linux/X86



Mysaifu JVM

-

An open
-
source (GPL v.2 license) Java VM on
Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition.



Java for Mac

OS X 10.4 and 10.5, Release 5 on PowerPC and Intel
processors



SUN Java 2 SE 5.0 on Linux Fedora 6 i386 BlueZ 3.7, Fedora 7 i386
BlueZ 3.9, (Also tested on Ubuntu and OpenSUSE, i386 and 64
-
bit)



GNU libgcj 4.1.2 on Fedora 7 i386 BlueZ 3.9



SableVM

on Debian 4.0r3 ARM on
Linksys NSLU2


BlueCove menyediakan JSR
-
82 Java interface untuk Bluetooth Profiles:



SDAP
-

Service Discovery Application Profile



RFCOMM
-

Serial Cable
Emulation Protocol



L2CAP
-

Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol



OBEX
-

Generic Object Exchange Profile (GOEP) profile on top of
RFCOMM and TCP


BlueCove examples



BlueCove OBEX Push J2ME application .



MIDlet application
Mobile GMaps

created by Cristian Streng will
connect to GPS receiver over bluetooth.

BlueCove provides an implementation of the JSR 82. Applications should use
API defined in JSR
-
82

. You may find many examples on the
internet

describing the usage of JSR 82.

We created short (50 lines of code each) examples for you to get started
with JSR
-
82 application development:



Remote Device Discovery




Services Search




OBEX Put Client




OBEX Put Server


Legal

BlueCove is licensed under
Apache License, Version 2.0

. The license allows
linking and distributing commercial software with BlueCove.

BlueCove BlueZ module is licensed under
GNU General Public License

.

For various technical and legal reasons, BlueCove library is not legally
referred to as an implementation of
JSR
-
82

. In order to legally refer to a
piece of software as a J
SR, it must pass the
JSR
-
82 TCK

or
Sun TCK

. Current
BlueCove JSR
-
82 TCK compatibility status can be found
here

. Mainly there
are some missing APIs in native stacks to implement full TCK compatibility.


2.

Webcab

J
ava API Components offering refined numerical procedures to either
construct a function of one or two
variables from a set of points (i.e.
interpolate), or solve an equation of one variable. The interpolation
procedures provided include Newton polynomials, Lagrange's formula,
Burlisch
-
Stoer algorithm, Cubic splines (natural and free), Bicubic
interpolation

and procedures for find the interpolation functions
coefficients. In order to solve an equation we provide the Van Wijngaarden
-
Dekker
-
Brent algorithm, interval bisection method, secant and false
position, Newton
-
Raphson method and Ridders' method. This su
ite includes
the following features: 1) Interpolation Module: polynomial interpolation
and extrapolation, coefficients of an interpolating polynomial, interpolation
and extrapolation in two or more dimensions.2) Equation Solver Module:
Interval Method, Sec
ant Method, Brent's Algorithm, Ridders' Method,
Method of Regula Falsi, Method of Regula Falsi, Newton
-
Raphson Method,
Fail
-
Safe Newton
-
Raphson Method.

3.

Javolution

Javolution

real
-
time goal:
To make your application faster and more time
predictable!

Tha
t being accomplished through:



High
performance

and time
-
deterministic (real
-
time)
util

/
lang

/
text

/
io

/
xml

base classes.



Contex
t

programming in order to achieve true separation of
concerns (logging, performance, etc).



A
testing

framework addressing not only un
it tests but also
performance and regression tests as well.



Straightforward and low
-
level parallel computing capabilities with
ConcurrentContext
.



Struct

and
Union

base classes for direct interfacing with native
applications (e.g. C/C++).



World's fastest and first hard real
-
time
XML
marshalling/unmarshalling

facility.



Simple yet flexible
configuration

management of your application.

10 Alasan menggunakan Javolution

1.

Javolution

classes are simple to use, even simpler than most JDK
classes. You don't need to guess the capacity of a
TextBuilder
,
FastTable

or a
FastMap
, their size expand gently without ever
incurring expensive resize/copy or rehash operations (unlike
StringBuilder, ArrayList or HashMap).

2.

Developers may achieve true separation of concerns (e.g. logging,
configur
ation) through
Context Programming

or by using classes
such as
Configurable
.

3.

Javolution

classes are fast, very fast (e.g.
Text

insertion/deletion in
O[Log(n)] instead of O[n] for standard StringBuffer/StringBuilde
r).

4.

All
Javolution

classes are
hard real
-
time compliant

and have highly
deterministic behavior (in the microsecond range). Furthermore
(unlike the standard library),
Javolution

is
RTSJ

safe (no memory
clash or memory l
eak when used with Java Real
-
Time extension).

5.

Javolution

makes it easy for
concurrent algorithms

to take
advantage of multi
-
processors systems.

6.

Javolution
's real
-
time collection classes (
map
,
list
,
table

and
set
) can
be used in place of most standard collection classes and provide
numerous additional
capabilities
.

7.

Any Java class can be serialized/deserialized in
XML format

in any
form you may want
, also no need to implement Serializable or for
the platform to support serialization

8.

Javolution

provides
Struct

and
Union

classes for direct
interoperability with C/C++ applications.

9.

Javolution

runs on
most platforms

from the simplest J2ME CLDC 1.1
to the latest J2EE 5.0 with parameterized types.

10.

Javolut
ion

is a pure Java Solution (no native code), small (less than
300 KBytes jar file) and free; permission to use, copy, modify, and
distribute this software is freely granted, provided that copyright
notices are preserved (
BSD License
).

Tools:

Runtime Environment:

Any
(J2ME CLDC, J2SE, J2EE, GCJ,
Excelsior JET
)

Compilers:

All
(including
GNU Compiler
for Java
)

Build tool:
Apache Ant

Collaborative Tool:

java.net

(code development, comments, issues, bug
reporting).

Style Guide:

Coding Standard Addendum
.

Preferred Environment:

Eclipse

(UTF
-
8 Encoding) and
NetBeans


Plug
-
In:

JavoClipse (v1.0.48)

-

Eclipse plug
-
in to generate
xml formats

from
source code.



(questions/comments can be se
nt directly to the javoclipse
mailing
list
)

Others:

Colapi

-

Maven Plugin to format/colorize Java code in API
documentation.

4.

Jsch

JSch
-

Java Secure Channel

JSch is a pure Java implementation of
SSH2
.

JSch

allows you to connect to an sshd server and use port forwarding, X11
forwarding, file transfer, etc., and you can integrate its functionality into
your own Java programs. JSch is licensed under
BSD st
yle license
.

Why JSch?

Originally, our motivation to develop this stuff is to allow users of our pure
java X servers,
WiredX
, to enjoy secure X sessions. So, our efforts had mostly
targeted to implement the SSH2 protocol

for X11 forwarding. Of course,
however, we are now also interested in adding other functionality like port
forward, file transfer, terminal emulation, etc.

SSH2

Needless to say, SSH provides support for secure remote login, secure file
transfer, and secu
re TCP/IP and X11 forwarding. It can automatically
encrypt, authenticate, and compress transmitted data. The SSH protocol is
available in two incompatible varieties: SSH1 and SSH2. SSH2 was invented
to avoid the patent issues regarding RSA (RSA patent has
expired), and to fix
some data integrity problem that SSH1 has, and for a number of other
technical reasons. SSH2 protocol has been standardized on
IETF Secure Shell
working group

and drafts related to SSH2 protocol are available on the web.
In developing JSch, we are now referring to following documents:



SSH Protocol Architecture




SSH Transport Layer Protocol




Diffie
-
Hellman Group Exchange

for the SSH Transport Layer Protocol




SSH Connection Protocol




SSH
Authentication Protocol


Features

The current JSch has the following features.



JSch is in pure Java, but it depends on
JavaTM Cryptography
Extension (JCE)
. JSch is know to work with:

o

J2SE 1.4.
0 or later (no additional libraries required).

o

J2SE 1.3 and Sun's JCE reference implementation that can
be obtained at
http://java.sun.com/products/jce/
.

o

J2SE 1.2.2 and later and Bouncycastle'
s JCE implementation
that can be obtained at
http://www.bouncycastle.org/
.



SSH2 protocol support.



Key exchange:
diffie
-
hellman
-
group
-
exchange
-
sha1
,
diffie
-
hellman
-
group1
-
sha1




Cipher:
blowfish
-
cbc
,
3des
-
cbc
,
aes128
-
cbc
,
aes192
-
cbc
,
aes256
-
cbc
,
aes128
-
ctr
,
aes192
-
ctr
,
aes256
-
ctr
,
3des
-
ctr
,
arcfour
,
arcfour128
,
arcfour256




MAC:
hmac
-
md5
,
hmac
-
sha1
,
hmac
-
md5
-
96
,
hmac
-
sha1
-
96




Host key type:
ssh
-
dss
,
ssh
-
rsa




Userauth:
password




Userauth:
publickey(DSA,RSA)




Userauth:
keyboard
-
interactive




Userauth:
gss
-
api
-
with
-
mic




X11 forwarding




xauth spoofing




connection through
HTTP proxy
.



connection through
SOCKS5 proxy
.



port forwarding
.



stream forwarding
.



signal sending
. The unofficial patch for sshd of openssh will be
found in
this thread
.



envrironment variable passing
.



remote exec
.



generating DSA and RSA key pairs.




ch
anging the passphrase for a private key.




partial authentication




SSH File Transfer Protocol(version 0, 1, 2, 3)




packet compression:
zlib
,
zlib@openssh.com

JZlib

has been used.



hashed known_hosts file.



NONE C
ipher switching
.
High Performace Enabled SSH/SCP

supports
NONE Cipher switching
. Refer to
ScpToNoneCipher.java
.



JSch is licensed under
BSD style license
.

How To Try

The downloadable archive includes the source code of JSch and some
examples. For
example, current archive includes a simple Java program,
which demonstrates X11 forwarding. Please refer to '/examples/README'
file.
Here

are examples included in the current archive.

Applications using

JSch

We have recognized that the following applications have used JSch.



Ant
(1.6 or later).

JSch has been used for Ant's
sshexec

and
scp

tasks.



Eclipse
(3.0).

Our
Eclipse
-
CVSSSH2

plug
-
in has been included i
n Eclipse SDK 3.0.
This plug
-
in will allow you to get ssh2 accesses to remote CVS
repository by JSch.



NetBeans

5.0(and later)



Jakarta Co
mmons VFS



Maven Wagon



Rational Application Devloper for WebSphere Software



HP Storage Essentials



JIRA



Trac WikiOutputStreamPlugin

5.

Java Bluetooth

Publisher’s Description of Java Bluetooth Library for JME and J2SE

Java Bluetooth Library for JME and J2SE is an open source software that will
let you perform Network
& Internet::Other tasks. It's free for both
personal and commercial use, thus the perfect choice for those that want an
alternative for Network & Internet::Other programs.

In order to download Java Bluetooth Library for JME and J2SE you just have
t
o click on the Free Download button above and you'll be able to save the 0
setup on your computer. The latest version was released on 2010
-
12
-
15 and
is compatible with WinXP,WinVista,Win7 x64,Win7 x32.


B.

J2EE

No
.

Engine

Description

1.

ICEpdf


ICEpdf

is an open source Java PDF library ideal for displaying and printing
PDF documents within any Java application. The ICEpdf API is lightweight,
fast, efficient and very easy to use. ICEpdf in 100% Java
-
based. ICEpdf is
capable of rendering PDFs up to versi
on 1.6 (Acrobat 7.0) and provides the
following features:



Seamless integration within Java clients, allowing complete control
over the configuration, functionality, and user interface.



A lightweight static and dynamic memory footprint.



Easy deployment without the hassles of Java
-
to
-
native integration
issues.



Can act as a stand
-
alone PDF viewer, or can be embedded as PDF
viewer component in an application.



Supports document editing and saving for Link Annotation edits.



Supports text sele
ction and clipboard functions.



Type 4 Function (PostScript Calculator) for greater flexibility and
accuracy in color sampling
.



Supports non
-
standard image decode attributes
.



Supports charactor mapping.



Image masking capabilities.



Support for JBIG2 image co
mpression.



Render PDFs to an image file (PNG, JPEG, or GIF) in a server
-
side
web application
.



Robust, efficient, mature PDF parser.



Supports all PDF embedded font types (Types 0
-
3, OpenType,
TrueType) using the
Font Engine

included in ICEpdf Pro
1
.



Supports Adobe Standard Security for password
-
protected
documents (40 and 128 bit RC4 or AES).



Supports interactive link annotation ac
tions; uri, launch and
resource.

ICEpdf can be used in a multitude of different ways. As a Java client (applet,
thin client, Swing, Java Web Start) or deployed on a server in headless mode
as a PDF servlet (JSP or JSF). Use ICEfaces in any of the following

ways:

Java PDF Client

ICEpdf can easily be integrated into any enterprise
-
level Java application to
provide PDF viewing and navigation in a manner not possible with the
Adobe Reader® application. This Java PDF Library includes an embeddable
PDF viewer fo
r easy integration within Java client applications. ICEpdf can
also stand alone as an enterprise class Java PDF Viewer application. ICEpdf
Java Viewer provides:



Acrobat
-
like GUI and features: Zoom in/out, rotate, next/prev page,
fit to window/width/actual
size, pan.



Multipage view support; continuous and side
-
by
-
side view types.



Utility pane supports Outlines (bookmarks) and document search.



Document Information and Permissions dialogs.



Print, Print Setup.



Keyboard shortcuts, mouse
-
wheel scrolling, drag
-
and
-
drop.

PDF Content Conversion

ICEpdf is the ideal technology for the conversion and extraction of PDF
content. This Java PDF Library can be used to convert rendered PDF pages to
images, SVG documents, and other file formats.

PDF Content Extraction

Use

ICEpdf to extract PDF document meta
-
data, text, and images.

PDF Link Annotations

Configure ICEpdf to support interactive link annotations via a mouse. An
annotation callback gives developers flexibility in which types of
linkannotation actions they wish
to support.

1

ICEpdf is available in two versions; ICEpdf, the open source version, and
ICEpdf Pro which includes an advanced
Font Engine
.

2.

D
evil


3.

Display T
ag

Display tag library 1.1.1

This documentation is related to the displaytag
1.1.x

releases.

The latest available release is
1.1.1

Displaytag 1.1 offers several enhancements over 1.0: the most notable news
are support for partial lists and enhanced decorator APIs, but there is also a
lot more. Be sure to read the
migration guide

for upgrading an existing
application from displaytag 1.0.

Overview

The display tag library is an open source suite of custom tags that
provide
high
-
level web presentation patterns which will work in an MVC model. The
library provides a significant amount of functionality while still being easy to
use.

What can I do with it?

Actually the display tag library can just... display tables! Give

it a list of
objects and it will handle column display, sorting, paging, cropping,
grouping, exporting, smart linking and decoration of a table in a
customizable XHTML style.

The tables in the sample images below were generated from lists using the
<displ
ay:table> tag:


4.

TinyMCE

TinyMCE
-

Javascript WYSIWYG Editor

TinyMCE is a platform independent web based Javascript HTML WYSIWYG
editor control released as Open Source under LGPL by Moxiecode Systems
AB.

TinyMCE

has the ability to convert HTML TEXTAREA fields or other HTML
elements to editor instances. TinyMCE is very easy to integrate into other
Content Management Systems.

5.

I
cefaces

ICEfaces is more than a Ajax JSF component library, it's an J2EE Ajax
framew
ork for developing and deploying rich enterprise applications (REAs).
With ICEfaces, enterprise Java developers can easily develop rich enterprise
applications in Java, not JavaScript.


C.

J2ME

No.

Engine

Description

1.

Diet 3D


Language :

English


French / Francais


About :

The idea is to provide a FREE Open Source Real Time 3d engine for
phones and mobile devices.

Curren
tly don't expect to play quake on your device, but it can
display spinning logos with lightning (like old
-
school demo of early
1990s).

Upcoming, Features are : texture mapping, Rubik's cube game

Main Features :

Portable to MANY devices (vs native 3D)

R
endering Modes : Vertex, Wire
-
frame, Filled, Color, Back
-
face
Culling, Dynamic Lightning (Fresnel), Triangle Filler, Z
-
Sort


Requirements :

It is available for different profiles more or less based on MIDP API
(Mobile Internet Device Profile) :



RIM's BlackBerry (.cod)



Dalvik / android (.apk)



MIDP2.0 (.jar + .jad)



MIDP1.0+Nokia (.jar + .jad)



DoJa/Imode (.jar + .jam)



PalmOS4+ + Sun's JVM (converted from MIDP 1.0 .jar)



ExEn (.exn)



CTC (Panasonic, converted from ExEn .exn)



MIDP1.0 (.jar + .ja
d)



jvm 1.1 and more (j2se, j2ee etc, MS java is also supported)



web applet (IE3+, Java Plugin)

Supported device are too long to mention (today Diet3D has been
tested over 30 devices, see testers)


2.

Kuix


Kuix

is an extensible and fully customizable
JavaME UI framwork

that
enables high end application development.



Wide devices compatibility

From the beginning, maximizing compatibility level has lead the
development of Kuix and it results today in a wide range o
f
supported devices. Basically, Kuix is compliant with
CLDC 1.0

and
MIDP 2.0
.



Fast and easy application development

Forms and widgets are organized through an
XML

approach that
combined with
CSS

file, allow the programmers to build applications
even faster
!



Open source

Kuix is an open source project licensed under
GPL
. As a strong
copyleft license, it requires that all derived works to be available
under the same license.

3.

Apime


Apime

is a framework to offer more funcionality to mobile with Java
enable
d (J2ME).

The core is the user interface, with basics components to make applications,
and with possibility to create news adapting to what each developer
requires. The manage is with a mouse pointer moved by keyboard or pen.

Also it includes classes for file manage and customization (skins,
internacionalization, keyboards for differents languages and mobiles)

It is whole compatible with MIDP 1.0, although exists a version for MIDP 2.0
and other for Nokia, to use the fullscree
n feature than MIDP 1.0 no offers.

For all this it allow make differents kind of applications easier and faster.

4.

J4Me


J4ME is an open source library to help build J2ME applications. It solves
many of J2ME's shortcomings including:



Who is it for?

J4ME makes development faster and produces better looking applications
so it is for nearly everyone. However it does require MIDP 2.0. Probably all
phones released since 2006 support this.

The J4ME library has been tested on Sun's WTK, IBM's J9, BlackBerr
y,
Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung, and other phones. One customer
has built a
list of supported phones
, but it is incomplete (add yours today!).

J4ME is like
J2ME

Polish
, but is an open source alternative.

About J4ME

The name "J4ME" is a play on J2ME meaning "Java For Me".

It is licensed under the very liberal Apache 2.0 License (similar to the BSD
License). You are free to modify and use the code as you would like, so long
as you do not build a golf application. Although not required please keep the
project growing by submi
tting your code fixes and new functionality.

J4ME was developed by
Score Out
. It is the foundation of
our mobile application, the
Score Out Caddie
,

a GPS yardage guide for
golfers


5.

jMobileCor
e
toolkit

jMobileCore library is powerful tool for creating J2ME applications.
jMobileCore

provides support for developing compact and rich Canvas
-
based GUI, fast data access, reliable communications and simplifies creation
of multithreading midlet applications.

jMobileCore library is written on Java2 Mobile Edition (MIDP1.0 and
CLDC1.0) and u
sing standard Sun J2ME libraries. Some classes are using
J2ME manufacturer's extensions (from Nokia and Siemens) for better
performance and presentation. No other libraries and/or frameworks are
used.

jMobileCore library is targeted to work on any phone o
r PDA device which
supports J2ME (MIDP1.0 and CLDC1.0). Today list of supported devices
includes (but not limits) phones:



xx,




The toolkit is designed to help J2ME developer create professionally looking
midlet

applications, save his/her time by reusing AWT
-
like components and
concentration on business specifics instead. Currently existing toolkits
SyncLast MIDP API and Nextel's Open Window Toolkit does not perform
well: SyncLast is limited to GUI interface only

and class structure is not AWT
-
like (require significant time for learning). Nextel OWT is "resource hungry",
slow and it's development stopped at September 2001

Major features of the jMobileCore library:

-
based) support including "core" p
art (standard GUI controls:
Label, TextField, TextPane, TextArea, List, Menu, SoftButton etc.) and
"extensions": non
-
standard but useful phone
-
oriented graphic controls
(PropertyLabel, SplashScreen, DateField, TimeField, CurrencyField,
PhoneNumberField etc
.)

binary), records, tables, keys and indexes on the top of RMS

binary(over HTTP) data transfer

ocesses support: classes which allows simple conversion of user
tasks (classes) to asynchronously working threads