The Ajaxian has covered a study of push vs pull Ajax communication techniques. The original report was produced by Delft University. I welcome this report as a good start on objectively measuring the communication techniques needed for web 2.0 applications,
The Java Community Process has proposed JSR-315 to consider the 3.0 servlet specification. In this blog entry, I look at the Async and Comet considerations listed in the JSR-315 and discuss how 3.0 servlets might address them. From JSR-315 –
I’m just fresh out of a session at JavaOne where Sun have revealed their road map for the servlet 3.0 specification. My initial reaction is that it contains both some good and bad items as well as quite a few
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!
Jetty now supports annotations on managed beans with Sun’s JSF RI version 1.2_04. For the curious, the magic happens in the Jetty6InjectionProvider class that is distributed in the RI jars. However, that’s just an implementation detail. All you need to
I recently attended a Torino JUG meeting and saw Jonas Bon
So Marc Fluery has left JBoss/Redhat and thus brings to an end a chapter of the story of professional open source. One would have to say it has been a very successful chapter and has shown that OS can produce
Hightide is a versioned, optimized distro of Jetty, with many J2EE/JavaEE features pre-integrated in a lightweight manner so you can enjoy their benefits but without needing a heavyweight JavaEE Application Server. We’ve also included state-of-the-art, scaleable backend support for Ajax.
The Jetty 6.1.0 release is now available via http://jetty.mortbay.org. It represents both a stabilization of the features already released in 6.0.x, plus a raft of new features. For a full description of Jetty 6.1, see http://docs.codehaus.org/display/JETTY/. Stabilization The core protocol