GlassFish development continues, with the WebSocket component getting an update this week. But is it swimming or sinking?
Java EE 7 arrives today. We spoke to Oracle VP of Software Development Anil Gaur to discuss the major enterprise release in more detail
Steve Millidge gives us a WebSocket taster using a combination of languages and a popular Java server.
Next-generation protocols are the main focus of new release, bringing high speeds and low-latency connections.
Latest release of asynchronous server brings support for persistent connection protocol.
In this exclusive interview, Arun Gupta of Oracle discusses JAX-RS 2.0, WebSockets and GlassFish.
The latest version of the enduringly popular server has seen its guts re-architectured to expand its protocol support beyond HTTP.
JSR 356 just about made the cut for Java EE 7 specifications, bringing a Java API for WebSocket. More details within.
JAXenter speaks to Markus Karg, on the current status of JAX-RS 2.0.
PLUS, Metawidget 0.99 gets Mnemonics support in Swing and FakeReplace support, and a new release for Pinky Scala REST/MVC web framework.
Version 0.5 of the Faye publish-subscribe messaging system for Ruby, Node.js and web browsers, is out now. Faye is based […]
Pusher is a new Web service that allows users to collaborate in real time, add live status updates and messages, […]