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
I have presented the advanced features of Jetty at the Eclipse Summit Europe 2010. Highlights of the features that I presented are: Jetty & OSGi, showing the full integration of Jetty with the OSGi world Jetty’s asynchronous HTTP client Jetty’s
In July I participated in London to the Comet Panel, organized by the London Ajax User Group. Me and a bunch of other Comet experts talked about our own Comet projects, and I talked about CometD. Here you can watch
A new feature that has been recently added to the upcoming CometD 2.1.0 release is the support for annotated services, both on server side and on client side. Services are the heart of a CometD application, because allow to write
The CometD project has finally released its 1.0 version ! I have already posted here about new features of the CometD project, but the 1.0 release is a further step forward in usability, stability and documentation. For those of you
The release of Firefox 3.5 included several new features for developers. One of the most interesting new features is the support for cross-domain HTTP requests made with XMLHttpRequest objects (see here for details) or, by using Mozilla’s terminology, cross-origin requests.