Welcome to Java Ultimate Tools DocsLink
What is Java Ultimate Tools?Link
Java Ultimate Tools, or JUT for short, is a large powerful and flexible open-source repository for use in any Java program.
Java Ultimate Tools FeaturesLink
- OSInfo - Contains many classes that return information about the current Windows installation. This includes Architecture, Edition, Name, Product Key, Service Pack, User Info and Version.
- HWInfo - Contains many classes that return information about the current computer hardware. This includes BIOS, Network, OEM, Processor, RAM and Storage.
- SecurityTools - Contains methods surrounding hashing and encryption. Includes methods using MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384 and SHA512. Also includes encryption/decryption with RSA.
- CommandInfo - Allows you to run any console command and will return the result to a string to use within your program. You can also run the command elevated and it will open in a new cmd window and show the results. Note: If elevated, result cannot be returned as a string.
- MessageBox and Login dialogs - Dialogs to use in JavaFX applications
- FXML Dialog Wrapper - Class to wrap a FXML dialog object, reducing the amount of required code
- DatabaseTools - Allows communication with H2, HyperSQL and SQLite databases
- SQL Statement Builders - Allows for using methods instead of native SQL code to generate Prepared Statements
- User Account Management Tools - Includes User Roles, Sessions and Permissions
- Custom Event Manager System - Creates Events similar to the JavaFX Events but not using any JavaFX classes
- Utility Classes - Includes classes for managing collections, numbers and strings
- And Much More!
NOTE: This Project Has Now Been Updated To Use Java 10!!!
Want to contribute? Great! Any help with development is greatly appreciated. If you want to add something or fix any issues please submit a pull request and if it is helpful it may be merged. Please check out our Code of Conduct for Contributors.
The documentation for JUT is currently a work in progress and new changes will be occurring soon.
The JavaDoc info is hosted at the following 2 locations:
github.io(Current GitHub Branch) - stored in the doc folder in the project repository on Github
javadoc.io(Current Maven Release) - the released JavaDoc jar on Maven Central
The changelog can be found here.
Using with MavenLink
If you are familiar with Maven, add the following XML fragments into your pom.xml file. With those settings, your Maven will automatically download our library into your local Maven repository, since our libraries are synchronized with the Maven central repository.
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<dependencies> <dependency> <groupId>com.jgcomptech.tools</groupId> <artifactId>java-ultimate-tools</artifactId> <version>1.5.1</version> </dependency> </dependencies>
compile(group = "com.jgcomptech.tools", name = "java-ultimate-tools", version = "1.5.1")
libraryDependencies += "com.jgcomptech.tools" % "java-ultimate-tools" % "1.5.1"
<dependency org="com.jgcomptech.tools" name="java-ultimate-tools" rev="1.5.1" />
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@Grapes( @Grab(group='com.jgcomptech.tools', module='java-ultimate-tools', version='1.5.1') )
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