We are continuing our review this Wednesday. Like the first meeting, everybody interested to contribute are welcome!
Grizzly and daddy GlassFish are going to Brazil to make noise at the 8th International Free Software Forum...Same for the Sun Tech Days 2007.
Recently we have done an 'open source' architectural review of Grizzly 1.5 recently. Here is a summary of what we have discussed.
As promised, I'm making available the JMaki Comet demo I did at AjaxWorld 2007.
The number of available JDBC 4.0 drivers is continuing to expand.
The Grizzly community is currently discussing the first official release of 1.5.0. We gonna do an extensive architectural review Thursday 03/29. Everybody interested can join the call and influence the future of the animal!
Courtesy of Stacy Thurston, community advocate for Sun Learning Services.
An unadulterated look at The ServerSide Java Symposium 2007 held in Las Vegas, NV.
How to run servlet-like JRuby scripts on top of Phobos.
I'm getting more an more questions about how to migrate a poll based Web application to a Comet based Web application, how the application will scale, etc. Let's start blogging about my new adventures in Comet!
For peoples flying to AjaxWorld 2007, The GlassFish Grizzly Comet implementation will be demonstrated ... in two sessions!
New on SDN is an article with a step-by-step guide.
Phobos is now available as part of the Sun Web Developer Pack!
The highlight is a new Java servlet container from GlassFish.
This blog explains the differences in the various download bundles for Java EE technologies.
This blog announces the new version of Java Application Platform SDK and Java EE SDK, Update 3 Preview. The SDK contains Updated Application server 9.1 with clustering support, Sun Web Developer Pack for developing Web 2.0 applications, and a major overhaul to OpenESB.
This time I will give some recommendations when configuring the Grizzly http engine in GlassFish.
I relate an experience where the compiler was helpful, and use the experience to caution those considering heavy use of scripting languages in enterprise projects.
Do you want to learn how to run PHP applications in a pure Java and Java EE 5 environment? Yes, it is now possible with Quercus and GlassFish...
No DLLs, no Shared Libraries, only jars and wars and PHP code...Imagine the benefit of the JVM based PHP engine regarding security, performance, ease of installation and deployment, clustering, access to Java EE resources including JPA, JMS, Web Services.
Recently I've had the opportunity to visit companies that build their product on top of GlassFish Grizzly's Comet API and brainstorm about what improvement we should add to the current Comet API, what limitation, etc. The most interesting idea I got from what I've seen is what I call Asynchronous Comet Processing. But wait, since Comet is already asynchronous, what does that means?