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The JSR for the next revision of Servlet specification - Servlet 3.1 is approved and we are now in the process of forming the expert group. If you would like to contribute to the development of the next version of the servlet specification, please nominate yourself and, if possible, please explain how you plan to contribute to the specification. If you would like to track the progress of the spec...
on Apr 8, 2011
Today we announced the general availability of GlassFish v2 and associated products notably the Java Application Platform SDK update 3. In the previous release of the SDK we had included the SWDP bits. We are no longer doing that with this release of the SDK. Instead you can get most of the components from the GlassFish update center. Already available via the update center are jMaki, Phobos,...
on Sep 17, 2007
Servlet 3.0 (JSR 315) was filed and approved by the JCP executive committee. See voting results here. Unlike some of the previous releases of the specification which were just maintenance of the specification we will be revising the servlet API to use some of the modern language features. One of the key features that is planned for this release is plugability and extensibility which is also...
on Jul 6, 2007
Sun recently announced two initiiatives at JavaOne 2006 to AJAX enable JSPs and JSF components - jMaki and JSF-Extensions. When we announced the efforts, there was confusion about the two and it was viewed as the two technologies were competing. This document helps resolve the confusion and show that the two technologies are complimentary. Before we move to the discussion of jMaki and JSF-...
on Jul 18, 2006