Posted by jfarcand
on September 4, 2008 at 1:57 PM PDT
The buzz around Google Chrome attacked me...just to make sure Chrome supports Comet, I did try using the monster implementation to see if sockets in Chrome works with Grizzly Comet (and Java). Guess what?
The buzz around Google Chrome attacked me...just to make sure Chrome supports Comet, I did try using the monster implementation to see if sockets in Chrome works with Grizzly Comet (and Java).
I've first downloaded Grizzly Comet OSGi bundle (buzzword invasion:-)) and the simple Flickr demo we are shipping. To launch the Comet demo, you just have to do:
java -jar grizzly-comet-webserver-1.8.5.jar -p 8080 -a grizzly-jmaki.war com.sun.grizzly.samples.comet.CometServlet
Running from: /tmp/grizzly-jmaki
Launching Servlet: com.sun.grizzly.samples.comet.CometServlet
4-Sep-2008 4:19:36 PM com.sun.grizzly.http.SelectorThread displayConfiguration
Grizzly configuration for port 8080
ByteBuffer size: 8192
Static File Cache enabled: true
Static resources directory: /tmp/grizzly-jmaki
Adapter : com.sun.grizzly.http.servlet.ServletAdapter
Thread Pool (Pipeline): com.sun.grizzly.http.LinkedListPipeline
Asynchronous Request Processing enabled: true
Server started in 359 milliseconds.
If you want to really have fun, just follow what is described here ...and install Grizzly on your iPhone. Just like that:
On the Google Chrome side, you get:
Nice to see Chrome works with Comet! And the same example works like a charm when deployed in GlassFish v3
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