Requires Java 7 or above.
A simple World Clock accessible from the system tray. Shows the time in cities arround the world.
Double click on worldclok(.jar) in the extraction directory or java -jar worldclock.jar in that directory
- see the application subproject
The application requires a configuration file. That file is a simple XML file that can be easily edited via a text editor or via the editor application. Basic structure of the file:
<config> <planes> <plane name="ufo" horizontal="gauche" vertical="haut" image="pathto/ufo.png"/> </planes> <cities> <city name="Tours" lat="47.27" long="0.43" timezone="Europe/Paris"/> </cities> </config>
name: name of the plane
horizontal: direction of the horizontal movement of the plane, gauche: towards the left, droite: towards the right
vertical: direction of the vertical movement of the plane, haut: towards the top, bas: towards the bottom
image: plane's image path relative to the configuration file
lat: latitude, positive values: north, negative values: south
long: longitude, positive values: east, negative values: west
timezone: time zone in which the city is located (list)
See the config.xml for some samples.
An editor for the above configuration file.
Double click on worldclokeditor(.jar) in the extraction directory or java -jar worldclockeditor.jar in that directory
- see the editor subproject
A World day and night JPanel to be used in Swing applications.
- see the panel subproject
Jürgen Giesen, for his Day & Night Applet that serves as the base for the world clock board
NASA, for the Earth pictures (more at NASA's Visible Earth website)
In the attic:
a desklet for Glossitope
a widget for WidgetFX
an OpenTool for JBuilder
a module for Netbeans
a plugin for Eclipse
see the attic for the source code