I wrote this application so I could resize a batch of photos all at once. The use is very simple. You insert the input image folder and the out put folder. You enter the resizing percentage you wish and press the button. I have implemented this using my own EasyImage for the picture resizing. I have used Apache Pivot for the GUI. And that is it, very easy. View on Github Download BatchImageResizer Download Source code from Github
From time to time I like to make small projects that are good for nothing. This weekend I have created a small project that I call “HTML image maker”. Description It’s purpose is to take existing images and to generate HTML table where each pixel is replaced by a table cell. It is also possible to insert text inside the cells where the color of the cell is at the background of the text or in the foreground. If you won’t insert input image than the program will simply create a screen shot image instead. Used technologies The image manipulation is done using java’s ImageIO object. The user interface was built using Apache Pivot. Screen shots Click to enlarge. Download the software Download the sources (eclipse project) View on github Instructions No need to install. To start the program execute Html image maker.bat. Optional – Insert input image path. If you won’t insert input image than the image will be generated from the screen shot. Insert an output path for the Html file. Optional – You can enter text to be inserted inside the image. Select foreground if you would like to color the text itself instead of the background. Continue reading HTML image maker
I just got to know to Pivot and I have to say, I love it. Pivot is a technology to create Java applets for RIA or desktop applications with the use of XML and/or code. When I write applications at home I don’t want waste time writing swing or applets myself. Pivot helps me designing the GUI with use of XML. It is that simple and the cool thing is that you can run it as a web page and a desktop application. An example of a Pivot XML (WTKX): After creating the XML, you can refer to the GUI components from the code. Actually the entire GUI can be built just from the code, but I like the XML way better. The application can be run from the IDE or can be referred from a web page as an applet. All you have to do is refer to the Pivot jars + your jar and give the full name of your application class you have created. The result: The Pivot web site contains loads of examples with the use of their components. download sample project for Eclipse but don’t forget also to download Pivot jars. See also Pivot website Continue reading Apache Pivot. Making Java GUI is easy.