TidBits: credits, thanks, etc.
TidBits is open source software, and wouldn't be possible if not for some great open source software created by others. This page lists the open source software that TidBits uses. Much thanks to all of these projects!
- Acegi Security
- The Acegi Security framework provides configurable authentication/authorization.
- Dave Glowacki's CalendarParser
- Dave Glowacki's CalendarParser class is used for parsing dates from import files.
- The Hibernate OR persistence framework is used by TidBits.
- HyperJAXB 2
- I've used HyperJAXB often on projects, and HyperJAXB 2 is an excellent platform for building XML-based relational Java applications.
- Apache's Log4j package is used for logging services.
- The Apache Jakarta Lucene package is used for indexing/searching capabilities.
- Ostermiller Utils
- The Ostermiller CSV parser is used for CSV parsing.
- Spring Framework
- The Spring framework serves as the overall application framework.
TidBits was developed with the help of other open source software, including:
- There would be no sanity in the Java world were it not for Ant.
- The fantastic Java IDE.
- The one, the only: JUnit.
- Spring IDE for Eclipse
- The Spring IDE for Eclipse made
working with Spring that much easier within Eclipse.
- The Apache Jakarta Tomcat servlet container is used to run TidBits.
- Tomcat plugin for Eclipse
- The Sysdeo Eclipse Tomcat plugin makes developing servlet applications a much more enjoyable experience.