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Apache Sling
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Apache Sling is a Web application framework based on REST principles that provides easy development of content-oriented applications. Sling uses a JCR repository, such as Apache Jackrabbit, as its data store.

Apache Sling is an effort undergoing incubation at The Apache Software Foundation (ASF), sponsored by the Apache Jackrabbit PMC. Incubation is required of all newly accepted projects until a further review indicates that the infrastructure, communications, and decision making process ...

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Next generation collaboration software.

Open-Xchange Server provides collaborative functions such as e-mail, calendaring, contacts and more with a clean, high-performance AJAX frontend.

In addition to around 20 million mailboxes sold to customers companies like world's biggest hosting company 1&1 uses Open-Xchange and sells it to his customers, too.

Open-Xchange Customers get security & stability build for world's biggest service providers together with next generation ...

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Tags: osgi rhino scripting java jsr223 javascript
Project goalProviding an easy-to-use embeddable multi-language scripting console for Java 6 applications.

How?The JSR 223 (Scripting for the JavaTM Platform) standardizes the usage of scripting in Java. Java 6 already ships with built-in support for JavaScript (Rhino). Java applications can take advantage of our project to instantiate and utilize this easy to embbed scripting panel which enables to use any JSR 223 compliant scripting engine available in the runtime environment.


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