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Blog Archive for jfarcand during February 2007

Grizzly Asynchronous Request Processing (ARP) is becoming more and more used. Brian McCallister already blogged about a very good example, Andreas Egloff implemented its SOA HTTP BC on top of it, and Jonas Jacobi and John Fallows were the first to implement the Bayeux protocol on top of ARP. They recently wrote an article about it called Enterprise Comet: Awaken the Grizzly!. If you are...
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Finally I've moved the Grizzly Framework 1.0.x out of GlassFish. I've got so many private emails on the topic I couldn't resist to start now instead of waiting for GlassFish v2 to go out! Starting now, all Grizzly development will happens outside GlassFish. The first module I've moved is the Framework classes. Next it will be the Grizzly HTTP WebServer. If you are interested to see what it looks...
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