darkware.org

Open Source software development with a focus on exploration, experimentation and a healthy desire to avoid spending too much effort on anything that can be done faster and easier with code.

Projects Understand Why

Software From Curiosity

Projects

A collection of various software projects developed here including source code and documentation.

Library

Collections of project documentation and other resource materials.

Articles

A mildly unimpressive library of articles related to software development and IT in general.

Services

Links and descriptions of various related services used for the projects mentioned here.

About Darkware.org

Darkware.org is not a corporation. It's not even a company. There are no profits, no employees, no offices. It is simply a name that I've given to my hobby. This is where I've decided to share whatever code I've deemed suitably useful to the rest of the world. Or perhaps not even useful, but at least decent enough quality that I shouldn't feel embarrassed to slap my @author tag on it.

Recent Projects

Here are a few of the most recent projects which have been added.

ObjectPortal

Java, Projects

ObjectPortal

Posted By darkware

ObjectPortal is a modular dependency injection and context management library. It’s designed to be easily extensible and simply to use while still supporting reasonable testability.

Dependency injection via standardized @Inject annotations and most of the assumed usages developers expect from its use.
Support for

WPManager

Java, Projects

WPManager

Posted By darkware

WPManager is a standalone application for external management of a multisite WordPress installation. It aims to automate many of the standard tasks involved with WordPress administration while providing an extra layer of control and monitoring. While the WordPress Dashboard already provides many of these functions,

SSL Redirect

PHP, Projects

SSL Redirect

Posted By darkware

SSL Redirect is a fairly simple WordPress plugin designed to redirect HTTP connections to an equivalent HTTPS URL in an efficient way with minimal external configuration required.