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- December 26, 2012

We are happy to release two new versions of the Restlet Framework today. After a rather lengthy 2.1 release cycle due to the writing of the ‘Restlet in Action’ book, we want 2.2 development to last one year, with a release planned in summer 2013. See our detailed roadmap. Stable 2.1 branch We first released version 2.1.1 […]

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- October 19, 2012

Preface Early on, users of Restlet Framework asked for better and more complete documentation and it became clear that we needed to make serious efforts on this front. At the end of 2008, we started to look for a publisher that would support our idea of a Restlet book. When Guillaume Laforge, head of Groovy […]

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Categories: News, Restlet Framework
- September 27, 2012

After two years of development, we are proud to release version 2.1.0 of the Restlet Framework, in sync with the publishing of the ‘Restlet in Action’ book !! What’s new? Let’s step back and review the major enhancements introduced since version 2.0. For complete details, you can consult the related user guide page. Restlet API […]

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Categories: Restlet Framework
- August 23, 2012

The end of 2012 is full of exciting changes for Restlet at both the open source and the company levels, including the upcoming release of Restlet Framework 2.1.0, the printed version of ‘Restlet in Action’ book and the launch of a new product : APISpark! Restlet wins Mobilize LaunchPad Restlet is proud to be one […]

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Categories: APISpark, Products
- August 23, 2012

Moving closer to the 2.1.0 launch, we have just released two new versions : 2.1 RC6 and 2.0.15. Here is a recap of the main changes and other related news… Enhancements Versions 2.1 RC6 contain important enhancements including: Improved internal HTTP connector stability less CPU usage by reducing looping (using changes notification) less garbage collection […]

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- June 23, 2012

AWS is becoming the Windows of cloud era Thanks to its disruptive and fast-paced innovations, Amazon has built a comprehensive and dominant IaaS stack that inspires all of us. It started first with virtualized machines (EC2) and large scale file storage (S3) and has completed its offering both horizontally (DynamoDB, Elastic MapReduce, ElasticSearch, IAM, etc.). […]

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Categories: Ecosystem
- May 23, 2012

Since the last blog post related to releases in February, we have pushed a couple of new versions, including 2.1 RC5 and 2.0.14 today. It’s time to recap a little about the changes they bring  and other important news… Enhancements Versions 2.1 RC4 and RC5 contain minor enhancements including: Support for URI templates on the […]

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- February 25, 2012

Since the last release related post in October, we have released 2.1 RC2, 2.0.11 and more recently 2.1 RC3. It’s time to recap a little about the changes they bring  and other important news… Migration to GitHub After thinking about it for a while, active voices in Restlet community such as Andrei Pozolotin, Bryan Hunt […]

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- February 25, 2012

An exciting landscape The past few months have been intense for our company as we worked behind the scenes to prepare the next stages of our development. Thanks to the continuous adoption of REST principles, the web API market is quickly maturing and offering us new opportunities. A few days ago, the ProgrammableWeb directory announced […]

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