FoxyTag, a collaborative, free and legal system to signal speed cameras on mobile phones.
GeoVTag is a J2ME application running on a mobile phone that allows the user to publish anywhere on Earth virtual tags. Every user in the neighborhood of such a publication point will get the message. For example, let us consider the community of the Mt-Blanc mountain guides. The members would like to inform their colleagues about dangers in specific places or about vacancies in refuges. One guide can publish such a geo-referenced message that informs about a high risk of avalanches, and any other guide that attends the same place will get the warning. It is a kind of blog, in which editors and readers share the same physical place.
RegexSR is a very easy-to-use and powerful tool (written in Java) to test and create complex regular expressions. The plugin system provides extra functionalities, such as transforming expressions into Java code, and allows the user to create his own extensions.
Features include testing regular expressions, handling text through regular expressions or plugins, renaming files, developing plugins, and managing expressions in the repository.
LuckyJ is an infrastructure for allowing applications to evolve dynamically at runtime. This is the resulting implementation of a model we firstly described here. It is based on the will to disconnect components in an application. To achieve this, we say that we should describe services rather than referencing them.
The Lana project devises a language, dealing with autonomy, coordination and reactivity needs as well as with constraints of environments such as ad hoc networks. We implemented Lana as a Java API. Openlana, an opensource version of Lana, resulted from this work. It's goal is to provide an opensource mobile agent plateform to be used as a laboratory for future research work on mobile agent technologies.