JPF is quite mature project that demonstrates great flexibility when being used as base for a Java application. We have prepared a short list of projects built around the JPF plug-in architecture.
If your application uses JPF, let us know and we'll add it to the list.
Home page: http://emersion.sourceforge.net
Status: alpha development, source code is available from the project CVS
Description: Emersion is a Java based web applications integration platform. This is a set of tightly integrated components (plug-ins) that can be used to build, deploy and maintain web sites quickly and easily.
Home page: http://www.openqrm.org
Description: openQRM is an open source systems management platform that automates enterprise data centers and keeps them running.
Home page: https://wiki.objectweb.org/salome-tmf/
Description: Salomé-TMF is an open source Test Management Tool, which helps you to manage your entire testing process - by creating tests, executing manual or automatic tests, tracking results, managing requirements and defects and producing HTML documentation. Salomé-TMF is compatible with Junit, Abbot and Beanshell to define your automatic tests, and with Bugzilla and Mantis to manage your defects. Salomé-TMF can also be extended by plug-ins according to your requirements.
Home page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/rubik
Description: JRubik is an Olap client developed in Java/Swing and based on JPivot project components.
Description: Samooha is World's first Integrated Peer-to-Peer Business Environment that simplifies the complex process of connecting your business with that of your customers, partners and vendors. Samooha provides a platform to establish Enterprise Resource Management infrastructure for small businesses while additionally enabling them in marketing their products and services, sourcing prospective vendors (suppliers) from anywhere in their region or from all over the world. The platform offers Enterprise Resource Management modules such as Sales, Purchase, Inventory, Basic Production and Accounts.
Description: MedImageSuite is a tool suite that aims in visualization and manipulation of medical images (DICOM format). MedImageSuite is a desktop application with an plugin-based architecture permitting easy addition of new functions.
Home page: http://xpontus.sourceforge.net
Status: Beta development, source code is available from the project Subversion
Description: XPontus is a free java based XML editor created towards text editing. It aims to provide a free alternative to commercial XML Editors.
Home page: http://contineo.sourceforge.net
Description: Contineo is a web-based Document Management System (DMS). It allows the archiving of electronic documents of various formats and their organization in a hierarchical tree of folders or the logical link between documents with keywords. It's possible to food the archive manually, importing automatically email from mail-boxes or by using a web-service interface like SOAP or REST. The documents can then be searched browsing the storage tree, using the integrated search engine (based on the latest Lucene 2.3.0) or with the research system for keywords.
Home page: http://www.blackdog-project.org
Description: Blackdog is a music player and playlist manager. It allows to manage your own music library by editing music tags, creating your playlists, listen to radio, get the lyrics of a song and even, configure your iPod or usb-key.
Here comes a list of articles related to JPF.
Author: Jean Lazarou
Annotation: Article that gives an overview on how to embed JPF in a Java application, based on an example.
Tools that extend JPF or simplify it's usage.
Author: Christopher Oezbek
Annotation: "JPF Code Generator" is a handy little tool that generates classes for accessing the attributes and extensions of JPF plug-ins from plugin.xml files. This has the advantage of providing a strongly typed access to the plug-in and simplifies working with plug-ins.