Grizzly is now a top level project on java.net.
Over the next couple of weeks, the development will be moved from the GlassFish workspace and all the current dependencies resolved. If you are interested to contribute to the project, just drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The project is just starting so this is a good opportunity to contribute right from the beginning! Contribution,...
Wow, today TAKAI Natao blogged about How to deploy JRuby on Rails app to GlassFish. Making JRuby on Rails application to run in GlassFish is very good, but making it working by extending Grizzly is fantastic! I'm not an expert at all with JRuby, but it seems this integration looks very promising. Read Charles Nutter's blog about why.
Technically, it required only two classes to makes that...
Since a couple of weeks I've been working with the Jetty team to investigate how we can front Jetty with Grizzly. Well, I'm happy to announce the collaboration worked very well and you can now get a preview of Jetty powered by Grizzly.
Recently I got an email from Greg Wilkins about exploring a way to use Grizzly in Jetty. The challenge was high because we had to learn each other code to see...
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A couple of months ago I've blogged about how to run AsyncWeb on top of GlassFish. Since then, Grizzly has been released as a standalone framework and it is now possible to run AsyncWeb directly on top of Grizzly.
Three simple steps:
Install AsyncWeb 0.8.2. You can get the bundle here. Unzip it.
Get the Grizzly framework and its asyncWeb extension here. This is Grizzly 1.0.4. I will soon push...