Author Archives: Ryan Lubke

Gracefully Terminating a Grizzly Transport

As of Grizzly 2.3.4, we’ve added the ability to gracefully shutdown the HttpServer (i.e., the server will shutdown once all of the current requests have been processed).  However, it seemed that this functionality could be generalized to Grizzly transports so … Continue reading

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Using JSP with Grizzly 2.3

Alexey has recently blogged on using JSP with Grizzly 2.3. See this entry for details.

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Grizzly 2.3+SPDY/3

We announced earlier in the week that we released Grizzly 2.3!  One of the major features of this release is the inclusion of SPDY/3 support. SPDY is, per the following quote from Wikipedia: The goal of SPDY is to reduce … Continue reading

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Wireshark – Dissecting WebSocket Conversations

I’ve been a long time fan of Wireshark for sniffing HTTP traffic between client/server.  I’ve even used it to track down the IP address of a host flooding a network with UDP packets.  It’s just a useful tool all around.  … Continue reading

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Grizzly, Async HTTP Client, Atmosphere, and Android

I’ve realized that this is only my second entry for 2012 – it certainly doesn’t seem like it’s been that long since January.  I’ll try to be better about posting more often.  That having been said, for some time I’ve … Continue reading

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Async HTTP Client 1.7.0 Released. Details on the Grizzly Side of Things…

Unfortunately, this blog entry is lagging behind in terms of when the release occurred. Earlier this month (1/11), Jean-Francois released Async HTTP Client 1.7.0. Quoting his release annoucement: This release is our first with the Grizzly 2 provider, which supports … Continue reading

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Grizzly 2.2 now available!

We’ve finally released 2.2! There’s a few features/changes I’d like to highlight here. I’ll start with the fact that this release is not binary compatible with 2.1. Items to be aware of: CloseListener interface updated in order allow developers to … Continue reading

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Grizzly 2.2 Async HTTP Client

Many of you may already be familiar with the Async HTTP Client Library project originally started by Jean-Francois Arcand during his tenure at Ning. One of the many nice features offered by this API is the ability to plug in … Continue reading

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Grizzly 2.1.2 has been released!

The Grizzly community has released 2.1.2! 2.1.2 Feature Guide Bundles! For developer convenience, we’ve added several bundles that are aggregates of existing modules. grizzly-core This bundle is comprised of the grizzly-framework, grizzly-portunif, and grizzly-rcm jars. Maven coordinates:  groupId: org.glassfish.grizzly, artifactId: … Continue reading

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Grizzly 2.1: Released into the Wild!

The Grizzly community has released 2.1. Interestingly enough, this was going to be the first patch release of 2.0, however, since this release has many new features it was deemed we should go straight to 2.1. 2.1 Feature Guide Apache … Continue reading

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