Slightly more than one year has passed since the last CometD 2 benchmarks, and more than three years since the CometD 1 benchmark. During this year we have done a lot of work on CometD, both by adding features and
CometD 2.4.0.beta1 has been released. This is a major release that brings in a few new Java API (see this issue) – client-side channels can now be released to save memory, along with an API deprecation (see this issue) –
It all started when my colleague Joakim showed me the results of some JSON libraries benchmarks he was doing, which showed Jackson to be the clear winner among many libraries. So I decided that for the upcoming CometD 2.4.0 release
In the last blog entry I talked about message flow control using CometD‘s lazy channels. Now I want to show how it is possible to achieve a similar flow control using specialized listeners that allow to manipulate the ServerSession message
The Codemotion conference slides of my talk on Comet and WebSocket web applications are available here: slideshare, download.
In the CometD introduction post, I explained how the CometD project provides a solution for writing low-latency server-side event-driven web applications. Examples of this kind of applications are financial applications that provide stock quote price updates, or online games, or