Last change: Fri Nov 5 18:37:24 UTC 1999
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Note: This list is by no means exhaustive or up-to-date, but are simply links that I found useful at one time or another in my work.
- Lotus's eSuite -- the usual officeware. For both end-users and web developers. Does this require a Domino server?
- date choosers:
- Lamasoft: Alpha freeware modeled on Swing's JColorChooser. Complete javadoc included. JARS Non-Rated
- ccalendar - says it can be used to pick dates, but it seems to be more just a cute little calendar.
- DateChooser - from KL Group. The demo doesn't do times. Source code is available, but requires JClass classes (surprise).
- A note
about its not being in Swing.
Richard Wilkman of Inprise says
of JDateChooser not making it into Java 1.2 Swing:
If I had to guess, it was yanked because to properly do a cross-platform, Int'l enabled, locale aware version of this control (i.e., not just a US control) wasn't possible in the 1.2 timeframe.You could probably take the old DateChooser.java from Sun and adapt it to work with the current Swing. You will need to implement a Spinnner and a StringSpinner. David Karr has posted his own version of Spinner.java
- Kiwi is supposed to have a date chooser. Kiwi as a whole is JARS Top 25%. Note that Kiwi is based on Java 1.1, not 1.2.
- javasourcecode.com has three date choosers, according to Tom Cole of Lamasoft.
- Java Anaylis Studio (JAS) at Stanford has a java.util.DateChooser class. It extends JASDialog, which in turn extends JDialog. Source code is available.
- Gantt charts:
- C_Charts -- Nice, but the graphics are cheesy. JARS TopRated
- Dirk's Java Toolkit (DJT) -- Swing based.$299 of individual binary license, $1000 for source. Free trial version available. JARS Top 5%
- EnterpriseSoft -- Works on Java 1.1 (ie, non-Swing), JDBC ready. No demo, just a screen shot (hmm). It costs $495; call if you want to buy a source code license. free 30-day evaluation is available. Compact: 350K.
- JViews -- professional stuff, but not clear that it can support gantt charts. You can, however, request an evaluation copy. Also expensive: a single developer license costs $6500.
- JClass -- especially JClass Chart from which you can make a gantt chart. Swing based. There is a lame demo of a Gantt chart in garish colors. It consumes over a meg of bytecode! JClass is a product of the KL Group. JBuilder comes with a Lite version of JClass, I believe. Free evaluation copy available. JClass chart is $199, $1299 if you want the source.
Originally created by Stefano KALB, Wed Jun 23 20:05:53 UTC 1999
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