Artifacts using Groovy Extend (12)

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Basic functionality that is usually needed in any project. For example, configuration, logging, executing commands, controlling services and displaying colors in console.
Last Release on Dec 15, 2022
Extra functionality which is usually very useful in any project. For example, monitoring Hardware, compressing or decompressing data, store data in memory cache, manage system configuration in a multithreading safe environment (BerkeleyDB or Redis), simple operations with bytes, etc.
Last Release on Dec 15, 2022
Classes for using Images (BufferedImage, File, FrameShot) and non-opencv related code, trying to keep dependencies to a minimum. It also includes common geometric operations.
Last Release on Dec 15, 2022
Classes related to networking. For example, sending emails through SMTP, connecting or creating TCP/UDP servers, getting network interfaces and perform netmask calculations, etc.
Last Release on Dec 15, 2022
Offers methods to encode, decode, hash and encrypt information. It is built using the BouncyCastle library and simplifying its usage without reducing its safety.
Last Release on Dec 15, 2022
Manage databases as MySQL/MariaDB, SQLite, Postgresql, Oracle, SQLServer and more. Create, store and perform CRUD operations to data without having to use SQL (a light-weight implementation as alternative to Hibernate) or use the Fluid SQL builder.
Last Release on Dec 15, 2022
Create restful HTTP (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, etc) or WebSocket application services. Manage JSON data from and to the server easily. It is build on top of Spark-Java Web Framework, so it is very flexible and powerful, but designed to be elegant and easier to use.
Last Release on Dec 15, 2022
Classes for Computer Vision (extension to OpenCV). Convert image formats, crop, rotate images or draw objects on top of them. It simplifies grabbing images from any video source.
Last Release on Jul 23, 2022
Manage serial communication easily. It uses JSSC library on the background.
Last Release on Dec 15, 2022
Anything related to terminal is in this module (except AnsiColor, which is in core). It uses JLine to help you create interactive terminal (console) applications easily. It also contains some tools to display progress with colors.
Last Release on Dec 15, 2022