NM Dev has a number of quadratic programming solvers: Dual ActiveSet Minimizer and Primal Active Set
Alternatively, you can reformulate your problem as a Second Order Conic Programming (SOCP) problem and solve it using an SOCP interior point solver, or an implementation of SDPT3v4
For generating templates have a look at the Perl module MsOffice::Word::Template which is recent. To run it as a service, you could easily plug that into a Mojolicious webserver which also runs the Minion job queue to keep your server from getting flooded.
There is an open-source desktop library in devopvoid's GitHub repository called webrtc-java. It is a JNI implementation to enable development of RTC applications for desktop platforms running Java, so specifically it is not for Android.
The client can be found in the webrtc-demo folder. There, there is a webrtc-demo-api which could be extended to meet the ...
I recommend following 2 based on your requirements.
Both support syntax-highlighting and allow to compile & run from the graphical User-Interface.
Of course like Java itself they are free open source software and platform independent.
An IDE designed exclusively for learning Java is BlueJ
BlueJ is an integrated development environment for the Java ...
You can use Apache Solr or Lucene for that. Solr is very powerful full text search engine made on top of Apache Lucene giving many functionalities. In our project we had create fuzzy search by using solr SearchHandler.
Also we did create our own custom handler for that which used to fetch attributes from the pdf/book which is indexed. Performed Algorithm in ...
Many linters are available, and usually report at the method/function level.
A couple that are worth looking at for Java are:
Lint4j from jutils
It might even be worth taking a look at squale!
There is even a linter built into the Oracle Javac compiler (enabled with the -Xlint flags)
You could generate CAPTCHA images on your own server without connecting to any external servers as follows:
Draw text on an image that contains letters and/or numbers.
Use image processing to distort or camouflage the contents of the image to make it hard for OCR software to correctly read it.
Display the image on the website, possibly with a secondary ...
AdoptOpenJDK is now known as Adoptium, after moving to the Eclipse Foundation. But keep using the https://adoptopenjdk.net web site during their transition.
Adoptium offers many variations of Java implementations, for various CPU architectures, host OSes, and such. But none of them include the JavaFX libraries necessary to run a JavaFX (OpenJFX) app....
You can use LEADTOOLS Imaging Pro SDK technology in your application.
You can leverage the RasterCodecs class, to loop through each page of a multi-page TIFF file and export each page individually to any LEADTOOLS supported file format (PNG, JPEG, BMP, etc.).
DISCLOSURE: I am an employee of the company offering this ...
You can use esProc SPL (structured preprocessing language) to realize your requirements. Integrate several jar packages and call SPL. For quick understanding, refer to Java computing layer http://c.raqsoft.com/article/1586764200868
Both SPL and Pandas are professional structured data processing tools, but SPL is simpler and implemented in Java. It provides ...
Fast zooming, scrolling, panning etc. is supported, and OHLC, mountains, line ...
You can use Cloudmersive Convert API which is free for commercial use up to 1K conversions/month. Here is how you can call it in Java:
// Import classes: