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Blog Archive for jfarcand during December 2007

GlassFish v2 ur1 is out today (and new Grizzly as well!), and as for v2.0, here is a list of cool features the official documentation might not talk about: Comet support: Our Comet support has been improved to support asynchronous content handler when reading and writing. Technically, it means a Servlet can execute asynchronous read (when loading a large file) or asynchronous write (when...
Grizzly 1.7.0 is out, and this is our biggest release ever in term new functionality, new Grizzlies fans, code contributions, adoption etc. This release is quite impressive in terms of feedback we got from the community, and the new features we added in order to make the community happy: Framework: Added out-of-the-box support for Asynchronous Read and Write for TCP, UDP and TLS Framework:...
After 3 days in JavaPolis, let me share some observations from the sessions I've attempted. The first one I need to mention is JRuby on Rail...as expected, seems the only Web Server discussed was Mongrel....hum, I think Charles forgot about his blog called "The end is near for Mongrel". Well, I have to admit I didn't spend too much time on the Grizzly JRuby extension recently, and so I'm the...
After Prague, Stockholm and Paris, I've arrived yesterday in Antwerp for the 2007 JavaPolis edition. As Fabio described, this is a really exiting conference with a lot of peoples. As usual with me, I didn't care looking at the schedule and guess what, all my talks were happening the same day! Kind of interesting to jump in that fast! My first session was Enabling Real-Time RIA applications with...
Deja 10 ans que je n'avais pas foule le sol Francais:-) This time I was in the middle of Paris to visit two new Grizzly Comet customers....quite interesting to talk in French (and see them smile every word I say!)....I keep repeating myself, but did I say Comet was more and more popular? In only one week I almost talked four times on Comet, and only one time on Grizzly...the Comet revolution has...
After Prague, here comes Stockholm! This time I'm here to work on Sailfin. As I recently blogged on, Sailfin implement the SIP protocol on top of Grizzly 1.Next (1.5/6...and soon 1.7). Having worked with both Comet and SIP, I can clearly see an overlap between the two approaches. I'm not sure how the adoption of the SIP protocol is going on, but one thing I know is Comet is more and more popular...
First, congratulation to the Netbeans team for their new release! One day I'm gonna leave the vim world....And thanks to see so many peoples for the Grizzly Framework talk....and the Comet one! I have to admit, I was happy to see that many peoples listening to an NIO boring talk! Now on Comet, this is great to see that peoples internally @ Sun are starting being interested (always like that......