Jetty 9.1.0 has entered round 8 of the Techempower’s Web Framework Benchmarks. These benchmarks are a comparison of over 80 framework & server stacks in a variety of load tests. I’m the first one to complain about unrealistic benchmarks when
Introduction One of the big refactorings in Jetty 9 is the complete rewrite of the HTTP client. The reasons behind the rewrite are many: We wrote the codebase several years ago; while we have actively maintained, it was starting to
The SPDY protocol will be the next web revolution. The HTTP-bis working group has been rechartered to use SPDY as the basis for HTTP 2.0, so network and server vendors are starting to update their offerings to include SPDY support.
Jetty 9’s NIO code is a nearly complete rewrite with improved architecture, cleaner and clearer code base and best of all it’ll be even faster and more efficient than jetty 7/8’s NIO layer. Detecting concurrent code issues is usually not
Jetty 9 milestone 0 has landed! We are very excited about getting this release of jetty out and into the hands of everyone. A lot of work as gone into reworking fundamentals and this is going to be the best
Development on Jetty-9 has been chugging along for quite some time now and it looks like we’ll start releasing milestones in around the end of September. This is exciting because we have a lot of cool improvements and features coming
SPDY, Google’s web protocol, is gaining momentum. Intending to improve the user’s web experience it aims at severely reducing page load times. We’ve blogged about the protocol and jetty’s straight forward SPDY support already: Jetty-SPDY is joining the revolution! and
SPDY is Google’s protocol that is intended to improve user experience on the web, by reducing the latency of web pages, sometimes up to a factor of 3. Yes, three times faster. How does SPDY accomplish that ? SPDY reduces
The websocket protocol specification is approaching final and the Jetty implementation and API have been tracking the draft and is ready when the spec and browsers are available. More over, Jetty release 7.5.0 now includes a capable websocket java
I have done some very rough preliminary benchmarks on the latest cometd-2.4.0-SNAPSHOT with the latest Jetty-7.5.0-SNAPSHOT and the results are rather impressive. The features that these two releases have added are: Optimised Jetty NIO with latest JVMs and JITs considered.