The intent is for an extremely fast, light and simple XML to Java binding.
Jbxml will read a bean graph from XML with a dynamic binding onto local classes. There's a couple strategies, starting from xmlns package names and maps.
Jbxml has first class functions. Functions are beans, too.
Jbxml includes the Jela scripting language by default, or can employ any javax script engine for interpreted or compiled engines.
TKX is a jbxml application with java collections.
Fv3 and jnlp-loader are jbxml-lxl applications with lxl collections.