Open Source Bloggers in Java
|A server-based weblogging software & a web application that is designed to support multiple simultaneous weblog users and visitors. Roller supports all of the latest-and-greatest weblogging features such as comments, WYSIWYG HTML editing, page templates, RSS syndication, trackback, blogroll management, and provides an XML-RPC interface for blogging clients such as w:bloggar and nntp//rss.
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|A lightweight blog package written in Java that is inspired by blosxom. blojsom aims to retain the simplicity in design of its Perl-based \"relative\" while adding user flexibility in areas such as the flavors, templating, plugins, and the ability to run a multi-user blog with a single blojsom installation.
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|MapleBlog is a simple MVC Struts 1.1-based Web log that uses Hibernate as its model layer and Tiles/JSP for its View.
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|Blog is an interface for managing a multi-topic blog (Web journal). Its easy interface allows users to quickly create journals with several topics, all of which are concurrently accessible.
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|JSP Blog is a Weblog written in pure JSP, built with Tomcat and MySQL.
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|SnipSnap is a free and easy to install weblog and wiki tool written in Java.
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|Pebble is a lightweight, open source, blogger that is written as a web application to run inside J2EE web containers using standards-based technologies such as JSP, servlets, filters, JSP custom tags, JSTL and JAXP.
Running as a web application in any JSP 1.2/Servlet 2.3 compatible web container, Pebble maintains blog entries as XML files and serves up blog content dynamically. All maintenance of blog entries, blog properties, themes and so on is performed through your web browser, negating the need to telnet/ssh to the host and making Pebble ideal for anybody who is constantly on the move, or accesses the Internet through a firewall/proxy server.
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|* Community based blogging software
* Uncomplex easy one minute installation routine
* Easily deployable on any j2ee compliant application- and web servers
* Provides support for 16 well known database-engines
* Offers freely configurable number of individual/communtiy blogs per user
* Simple but powerful editing of blog-articles using wiki-syntax
* Flexible theme editing separate for each blog
* Simple user management and blog administration via web interface
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|Thingamablog is a cross-platform, standalone blogging application that makes authoring and publishing your weblogs almost effortless. Thingamablog does NOT require a third-party blogging host, a cgi/php enabled web host, or a MySQL database. In fact, all you need to setup, and manage, a blog with Thingamablog is FTP, SFTP, or network access to a web server.
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|DLOG4J provides a full-featured, cross-platform, multi-database, wap-supported personal information portal, based on JSP/Servlet.Features:
* WYSIWYG blog & comment editor
* Insite Point to Point message transport
* RSS aggregation
* WAP support
* Open and private blog category
* Mail notification when commented
* RDF, RSS, ATOM support
* International support
* Multi database (JDBC 2.0 compatibled) support
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|Sprout is a simple blogger, but it's also a HTTP & SQL base on top of which you can build any system: CMS, game server, campaign site; you name it!
Sprout uses a node graph database structure, that allows you to store complex dynamic object hierarchies without altering the database table structure. You can still add normal tables with Memory for table like data structures.
Sprout contains basic user handling in the main package because you will likely need that; while articles, comments and files are in a demo specific content package.
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