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- February 29, 2008

After two months of intense work we are finally releasing our next milestone. In addition to the numerous bug fixes and API enhancements, we would like to underline the following features: Addition of a HTTP server based on the Grizzly NIO framework. This connector is the first to provide end-to-end NIO support, for example with […]

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- February 29, 2008

Last year, I saw a presentation from Guillaume Laforge (Groovy‘s project manager) on Domain Specific Languages (DSL). I was intrigued by the idea of DSL and eager to understand how easily the Groovy scripting language could support their development. The demonstration was quite convincing and clearly showed the potential of Groovy, as a dynamic language, […]

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- February 22, 2008

With the recent release of the Oracle 11g, Oracle has added support for Java 5 to OracleJVM. This lets database developers write Java Stored Procedures and execute their Java code right inside the database. This embedded JVM also supports their XML DB feature which provides the storage and manipulation of XML right inside Oracle databases. […]

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- February 21, 2008

We have been very busy over the past 8 months with consulting work, supporting our users and the preparing the next Restlet version. Fortunately, the Restlet community has kept growing, some users becoming technical leads of new extensions : Stephan Koops is actively implementing the JAX-RS API (specified by the JSR-311 experts group) on top […]

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