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Apache Ant is a Java-based build tool. This new release contains a new resource framework, the ability to work with compressed files, and more.
A Java-based tool for testing the backward compatibility of JAR files.
This hybrid data server is a production-ready, no cost version of DB2 Universal Database Express Edition for the community and capable of supporting both relational and pure XML storage. It's free to develop, deploy, and distribute. No limits — just data.
A utility toolkit for writing OpenGL programs.
A graphical tool for discovering possible Java heap leaks.
A generics-based technology for facilitating the interchange of objects between Java 5.0 and .NET 2.0 applications
The Java 3D API enables the creation of three-dimensional graphics applications and Internet-based 3D applets.
Use the Java language for building applications with the Microsoft .NET Framework. This Express Edition is now free.
NetBeans IDE 5.5 builds on the success of NetBeans 5.0 and adds support for Java EE 5 and Sun Java System Application Server PE 9. It generates JAX-WS 2.0 artifacts, and it includs Java Persistence support and support for Enterprise Java Beans 3.
The most stable, reliable, and interoperable operating system available - and it's free. Get all the Solaris 10 information you need and download the software today. For x64, x86 and SPARC platforms.
In just 2 minutes you can know if your system is likely to run Solaris. This tool reports whether Solaris drivers are available for the devices you have in your x86 system. This information helps you to determine whether the Solaris 10 6/06 OS is likely to run on your system.
15-day trial of IBM Rational PurifyPluss. This is a runtime analysis tool for checkign memory corruption, memory leaks, performance, and code coverage.
30-day trial of IBM Rational Systems Developer. This is a design and development tool for creating applications that leverage UML.
This is a free, lightweight J2EE application server built on Apache Geronimo technology. Available at no charge, it harnesses the latest innovations from the open source community to deliver an integrated, readily accessible and flexible foundation for developing and deploying Java applications.