Hello

And welcome to synapticloop!

Please bear with us whilst we are updating all of the content - content takes a bit of time to prepare, and now that we have the brand spanking new CMS, we are typing as fast as we can.

synapticloop is a privately owned development company that develops predominantly in Java.

To whet your appetite, you may be interested in some of our projects:

java projects

rsscms

rsscms is a really simple static content management system which allows you to concentrate on generating content, rather than managing a system. The CMS separates the repetitive mark-up from the actual content and generates the common links (e.g. navigation, next/previous page) based on the directory structure.

All content for this site was generated using rsscms and amongst other things, it is:

and best of all

If you can code in HTML, you can use rsscms.

For more information see the rsscms project page

solr panl

solrpanl is a free Subject to the very liberal creative commons license plug-in for Apache Solr.

For more information see the solr panl project page

project file statistics

Project file statistics is an ant plug-in that gives a very brief overview of the number of code, comments and blank lines that are within the source tree. Outputting to the console, or file(s) or both, it provides a quick overview at what is going on in any source tree.

It comes pre-configured to recognise the following file types (amongst others):

Of course we made it easy to add all of those other files that you need and use on a regular basis.

For more information see the project file statistics project page

tld javadoc generator

For more information see the tld javadoc generator project page

synapticloop

A super-secret development project... shhhh!!!

For more information see the synapticloop project page

javadoc 2.0

Isn't it about time that JavaDoc was pulled kicking and screaming into the Web 2.0 world? JavaDoc doesn't seem to want to support all of the shiny new goodies available to any self-respecting web developer...

Until now...

Sporting

For more information see the javadoc 2.0 project page

Tomes

Perhaps you are more interested in the 'tomes' - a collection of expanded articles about various topics.

Tomes on 'web' related topics

SEO friendly URL encoding for search results

For more information see the web tome page 'SEO friendly URL encoding for search results'

Tomes on 'solr' related topics

solr tutorial

This is an expanded tutorial for apache solr which is an open source faceted search engine.

For more information see the solr tome page 'solr tutorial'

Tomes on 'development' related topics

command line

For more information see the development tome page 'command line'

eclipse

For more information see the development tome page 'eclipse'

Tomes on 'jfreechart' related topics

tutorial

For more information see the jfreechart tome page 'tutorial'