Show us some work previously done with java..
This is a question asked by one of my students during the java lesson. There are lot of free and open source java projects that you can find according to your interests and knowledge. Here are some small but interesting Java open source projects I’ve found on Sourceforge, and you can browse many more left there.
Studying and contributing to open source projects is one of the best ways to improve your programming skills.
JIPT – Java Image Processing Toolkit
This is an Image Processing toolkit written in Java. The source code is intended to help you understand processes such as Color Inversion, Edge Detection, Fourier Transform, Morphological process, Laplacian Sharpening, Gaussian Noise Adding, and history.
Multi-user chat which works with any operating system which supports java.
Lobo Evolution – Java Web Browser
Calcoo – Scientific calculator
Calcoo is a scientific calculator (with both RPN and algebraic modes) designed to provide maximum usability.
Java SID Player Music Library V2
This is a Commodore 64 emulator specialized for sound reproduction. It is also a SID player for music collections like HVSC and CGSC. It is a full C64 emulator and can play games of the GameBase64 project as well.
JConvert – Unit Conversion
JConvert is a free unit conversion program that has a friendly user interface and can also be used with external applications. Conversions can be modified and/or added easily. Supports multiple languages. Downloads and runs in seconds! Try it now.
Java LAN Messenger
A java based LAN messenger.
Java Open Chess
Java Open Chess is a project written in Java in NetBeans IDE. There is possibility to play for 2 players on local computers and via network connection. There is no option for now to play against computer. This functionality will be implemented soon.
Java YouTube Video Downloader
YTD2 is a free Java application for downloading youtube videos as flv/mp4 files. Should run on all platforms where Java is supported. GNU General Public License V3. Using hc.apache.org components. Based on the idea of “ytd” by rafalfr.
Scientific Calculator includes the following features: Traditional algebraic or RPN operation, Result history, Math Functions, Percentages, Binary / octal / hexadecimal conversion and Large input/output display.