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This page contains just a few of the many projects successfully using Maven. We would be very interested if you would Contact Us if you are using Maven with your project and would like to be added to this list.

Apache Software Foundation

Jakarta Commons Several reusable Java libraries from the Apache Jakarta community.
Jakarta BCEL Java Byte Code Engineering Library.
Jetspeed Portal Framework.
ObjectBridge Persistence Layer.
Torque An object-relational mapping and model generation tool that was originally developed as part of Turbine (and has long since been decoupled).
Turbine A collection of projects dedicated to the development of web applications using a model-view-controller model.
XMLRPC Java XMLRPC implementation.

Other Projects

Arara Organizer An organizer application.
Astrogrid Astrogrid, is a $6.8M project aimed at building a data-grid for UK astronomy.
beep4j BEEP Framework for Java (RFC 3080/3081).
Community Tools A Web-based community system, bringing together blogging, Slashdot-like news, polling and other community tools.
DataForge A pipeline based data extraction tool capable of querying a wide variety of data sources.
DAO (Data Access Objects) Examples The daoexamples project provides example implementations of the Data Access Object (DAO) design pattern.
DisplayTag The display tag library is an open source suite of custom tags that provide high level web presentation patterns which will work in a MVC model, and provide a significant amount of functionality while still being simple and straight-forward to use.
drools Dynamic object-oriented RETE-based rules engine.
Eyebrowse A web-based mailing list archive browser.
fpsstats A J2EE application that analyzes logs from many popular first shooter games.
GeoTools2 Open Source GIS Toolkit project.
gsbase A collection of java utility classes
JAAD JAVA API for TIBCO/ActiveDatabase.
Jamecs Servlets-based Content Management Framework.
Java.Blogs A portal of Java Web Logs
JAIMBot (Java AIM Bot) A modular architecture for providing services through an AIM client
Jaxen Universal Java XPath Engine.
jpox JPOX is a Java Data Objects (JDO) API implementation.
JSMIME JSMIME is a Java library to sign and/or encrypt E-Mails using the SMIME standard using many different algorithms and key strengths.
JUNITPP This extension to the JUNIT framework allows a test data repository and load/stress test from the command line.
Melati A framework for creating database backed websites
MessageForge Comprehensive messaging framework for TIBCO/RV, XML, SOAP, and JMS.
Middlegen Database driven code generator. Turns your database into EJBs and JDOs with the help of JDBC, XDoclet and Velocity.
Millionenklicker Millionenklick originally is a free game run by web.de at the URL http://millionenklick.web.de, where you can win up to one million euro daily – for free. MillionenKlicker is a little program fills in the online forms automagically and plays the game daily.
OpenJMS OpenJMS is an open source implementation of Sun Microsystems’s Java Message Service API 1.0.2 Specification
PanEris All the current software output of the PanEris collabrative
PatternTesting A testing framework that allows to automatically verify that Architecture/Design/Best practices recommendations are implemented correctly in the code.
PMD PMD – a static code analyzer. Finds unused variables and whatnot.
Quilt Test coverage tool.
Raccoon Framework to omplement TIBCO products in order to help us, the people on the ground to use TIBCO at it’s best and make life easy for us.
RVTEST An extension to JUnit that allows for server, integration, and load testing of TIBCO Rendezvous based applications.
Scope Scope is a framework built around an extensible implementation of the Hierarchical Model-View-Controller (HMVC) pattern similar to the pattern described in HMVC: The layered pattern for developing strong client tiers.
Wicket A component oriented web framework.
jWebUnit A testing framework for web applications.

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