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While OSGi has been for a long time an important deployment environment for Restlet developers, including an innovative project lead by NASA JPL, we have seen a surge of interest in the recent years. The rise of REST, the addition of an Eclipse Public License option to Restlet and an increased effort from Restlet community is […]

- November 09, 2011
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Here is the first Release Candidate of 2.1 which freezes the features scope and the public Restlet API. It also marks the beginning of a stabilization and optimization phase. In order to reach 2.1.0 early next year, we want to fix as many issues reported in our tracked as possible and welcome any help on […]

- October 07, 2011
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Introduction The announce of Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet last week was not yet another tablet launch in this already crowded market. This tablet came with a new way of browsing the Web using limited mobile devices, leveraging the power of the cloud in term of network connectivity, processing power and storage capabilities. The most exciting […]

- October 06, 2011
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We are still on track for the 2.1 RC1 release in September, but so many enhancements and bug fixes were added since 2.1 M5 that we thought it would be useful to many users to have this intermediary milestone. Bug fixed First, the 2.0.9 version fixes 10 issues on the stable branch including: Inappropriate warning […]

- August 20, 2011
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Today was an exciting day for Restlet. First Manning has published a new version of the “Restlet in Action” book in MEAP, including a new chapter covering cloud computing usage of the framework, leaving only two chapters to write (plus some refactoring based on reviews) in order to complete this effort. In addition, we have […]

- June 21, 2011
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In order to adress several pressing issues, we are releasing those new versions one month after the previous release cycle. The good news is that we had time to add a couple of nice features to the 2.1 development branch! Bug fixed First, the 2.0.7 version fixes a couple of issues on the stable branch […]

- April 27, 2011
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Introduction When Google announced Secure Data Connector in 2009, it was welcomed with interest as it addressed people concerns regarding public cloud security and especially integration with their private information system. SDC solves this cloud integration dilemma without requiring to open new ports on your firewall by establishing a reverse web proxy, called SDC Agent, […]

- March 31, 2011
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Past months have been very intense for Noelios in a positive way and we are pleased to release those two new versions today. Our long running effort to develop our own non-blocking NIO connector into Restlet core, comparable in performance to Jetty/Netty/Grizzly but simpler and directly aligned to HTTP/SIP transport semantics is starting to give […]

- March 31, 2011
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Introduction Noelios Technologies is proud to announce the release of Restlet Framework version 2.1 Milestone 3, its leading RESTful web framework for Java. This version includes stable client and server connectors for SIP (see specifications and user guide section), the core protocol for VoIP applications that were co-developed with NetDev. NetDev’s point of view NetDev […]

- March 31, 2011
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Overview When we launched our “Restlet in Action” book project via the Manning Early Access Program (MEAP), we knew we had a long road ahead. This effort has been a source of intense work, an opportunity to step back, take the user seat and exchange in new ways with our community. For example, we have […]

- March 03, 2011
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