Welcome to PSCode! We provide
software for end users, as well as
tools and programming tips for Java programmers.
Most software can be used as either an applet or application. Being Java based, the apps. will
generally run on Windows, most Linux/Unix variants, and Apple Macintosh PCs. See the System Requirements for
each application for specific details.
All PSCode software is freeware.
- Image tools.
- Sound tools
- Audio Trace an oscilloscope style sound trace.
- Tracker is an app. for playing sound files.
- DukeBox is a JukeBox that will load M3U format playlists and
play any compatible sound files listed therein.
Development tools & tips
- For applet deployment.
- Java Version Checker applet.
An alternative to
deployJava.js and the HTMLConverter.
- Wrapplet, the applet wrapper that provides a number of
handy improvements on standard applet methods.
- Appleteer is a development tool for loading and testing
Java applets which supports web pages with multiple applets.
- For webstart deployment.
- The JaNeLA application provides comprehensive checking of JWS based
- Web Start tips and examples.
- JavaHelp. WebStart based examples of using the JavaHelp API.
- Testing/validation tools.
- XML tools - an XML well formedness checker, and an XML validator.
- TWC the Text Width Checker is a handy little tool for
checking line width.
- Property Probe allows URL based access to some of the
most useful properties defined in the client Java runtime.
- The Mime-Type applet is an easy way to check if servers are providing the
correct content-type for documents.
- STBC the SSCCE Text Based Compiler is a good way to check
that an SSCCE compiles, or at least shows the same compilation errors for you,
that it will for others!
for experimenting with the only scripting engine provided 'built-in'
to the J2SE 6 - ECMAScript.
- Tame Swing. The complete tame Swing Examples, with downloadable development file
- Media suitable for testing Java based applications.
The Short, Self Contained, Correct Example. How it can work for you.
- The PScode's own Java
- The GUI
by Thomas Weidenfeller.
- Ryan Stewart's excellent tutorial on
Tomcat installation and set-up for Netbeans development.
- RFC 1855 - Netiquette guidelines.