As promised on my last post on HTTP/2, we have implemented and deployed the HTTP/2 Push functionality on this very website, webtide.com. For the other HTTP/2 implementers out there, if you request “/” on webtide.com, you will get “/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery.js” pushed.
A couple of months ago the CometD Project released its third major version, CometD 3.0.0 (announcement). Since then I wanted to write a blog about this major release, but work on HTTP 2 kept me busy. Today CometD 3.0.1 was
Following my previous post, several players tried their HTTP/2 implementation of draft 14 (h2-14) against webtide.com. A few issues were found and quickly fixed on our side, and this is very good for interoperability. Having worked many times at implementing
The IETF HTTP working group has issued a last call for comments on the proposed HTTP/2 standard, which means that the process has entered the final stage of open community review before the current draft may become an RFC. Jetty
Greg Wilkins (@gregwilkins) and I (@simonebordet) have been working on implementing HTTP/2 draft 14 (h2-14), which is the draft that will probably undergo the “last call” at the IETF. We will blog very soon with our opinions about HTTP/2 (stay
The httpbis working group of the IETF has release RFC7230 (HTTP/1.1) which obsoletes the long serving RFC2616 (HTTP/1.1), which itself obsoleted the ill fated RFC2068 (HTTP/1.1), which had attempted to replace RFC1945 (HTTP/1.0). So with the 4th version of
The Webtide Jetty development team is pleased to announce that we have released Jetty 9.2.0, which is available for download from eclipse or maven central. Along with numerous fixes and improvements, this release has some exciting new features. Java 8
I wrote in the past about the support that was added to Jetty 9.1 to proxy HTTP requests to a FastCGI server. A typical configuration to serve PHP applications such as WordPress or Drupal is to put Apache or Nginx
The auto discovery features of the Servlet specification can make deployments slow and uncertain. Working in collaboration with Google AppEngine, the Jetty team has developed the Jetty quick start mechanism that allows rapid and consistent starting of a Servlet server.
Jetty has always been a highly modular project, which can be assembled in an infinite variety of ways to provide exactly the server/client/container that you required. With the recent Jetty 9.1 releases, we have added some tools to greatly improve