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Blog Archive for jfarcand during May 2007

The very tiny JRuby on Grizzly module is now shipping and will soon be part of the Grizzly official distribution. You can now start testing it and eventually replace your Mongrel or WEBrick native WebServer with the pure Java Ruby Bear :-). You can download the JRuby on Grizzly ready server here. Then just do: % unzip jruby-on-grizzly-1.5-SNAPSHOT.jar% cd jruby-on-grizzly% java -jar ruby-1.5-...
The "Tricks and Tips with NIO, Using the Grizzly Framework" session presented at JavaOne 2007 is now online. You can also find the Embedding the Grizzly Framework BOF here. If you are interested to contribute to Project Grizzly, just start here! technorati: grizzly nio glassfish _uacct = "UA-3111670-1"; urchinTracker();
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The Project Grizzly team is proud to announce the immediate availability of Grizzly 1.5.0 beta. This build is our first community release and it is the results of severals public reviews. This release contains the following components: Grizzly Framework: The root of all NIO based Project Grizzly HTTP based server: A tiny/embeddable web server Grizzly HTTP utils: http protocol utils classes...