If you’re looking for a fast and easy way to run your webapp, without needing to install and administer a Jetty distro, then look no further, the Jetty Runner is here! The idea of the Jetty Runner is extremely simple
In one of those cosmic coincidences, no sooner do I blog about OSGi and J2EE containers, but Glassfish announces that they are moving to OSGi. As OSGi gains more attention in the enterprise, the future is looking very interesting for
OSGi is a set of specifications published by the OSGi Alliance for modular Java-based services. OSGi has been around for a number of years, and was originally targeted at the network device market, but has increasingly been moving into the
Roberto Chinnici has posted a blog entry discussing the idea of introducing “profiles” in the JavaEE 6 specification(aka JSR-316). Essentially, a profile is a subset of the enormous number of APIs/specs etc that a JavaEE platform supports. Over time, EE
I’ve modified the application is bundled into Jetty on adroid so that instead of a simple "Hello World" message, you can now use the phone’s browser to look at content stored on the phone itself. Here’s a few screen shots
I’ve recently been working on porting Jetty to Google’s mobile platform called Android. It’s early days still, but I’ve succeeded in running a minimal setup with a connector (I’ve tested both bio and nio connectors) and a simple Handler. If
I just came across a very cool use of Jetty. The folks at IBM alphaWorks have come up with an Eclipse plugin that translates your Eclipse UI into XUL and vice-versa so that you can effectively use your Eclipse from
Version 1.0.1 of the Jetty Plugin for Eclipse is available from: www.webtide.com/eclipse/ This minor release fixes a problem whereby the automatic redeploy of a Dynamic Webapp project by the Eclipse environment did not trigger Jetty to redeploy.
Terracotta is an infrastructure that allows you to pretty much transparently cluster any code in a jvm. We’ve already successfully used it to cluster the channels in Jetty’s Bayeux (aka Cometd) implementation, so we thought it was high time we
Jetty has a sexy new plugin for Ant that has the same features as the Maven plugin. So if you didn’t want to move from Ant to Maven, but you still want fast webapp development, now you can have it!