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Grizzly 1.9.18 is out

We have been quiet for awhile with the monster…but we keep making improvements, and this week the team is proud to announce the GA availability of 1.9.18

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This version doesn’t contains any new features as we have focused on performance and fixing bugs. The change logs can be found here. Note that we are more and more to work on the Grizzly Servlet Container and make it pass the Servlet 2.5 TCKs. Hopefully before the end of the year we will have it working on both Grizzly 1.9.x and 2.0.0! On The Grizzly 2.0.0 side, we have been swamped by the upcoming GlassFish v3 release all summer (hopefully Oracle allow us more resources :-))….but 1.9.18 should be the last one integrated in v3, hence we will resume our full time work on completing Grizzly 2.0.0. GlassFish v3 is a heavy user of the Grizzly HTTP Framework: ALL Scripting language support: JRuby, Python and Groovy, the Admin CLI, Monitoring/Management REST API (with the help of Jersey’s GrizzlyAdapter), EJB WebServices, Java WebStart, etc…..

Finally, one interesting use of Grizzly can be seen with the Atmosphere Framework, which offer an end to end stack for writing Comet and REST applications with the help of Jersey.

For any questions or to download samples and tutorials, go to our main site and use our Nabble forum (no subscription needed) or follow us on Twitter and tweet your questions there!

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  1. June 10, 2010 at 11:54 am

    I hope your monster is still alive and kicking, because I have picked it for a little project that embeds the Grizzly Servlet Container in a HTTP proxy server. I use Grizzly to deploy Jersey (for adding a REST interface) and Vaadin (a GWT based RIA technology Vaadin to create a dashboard). It works great. I wrote a blog piece about it: http://blokmark.blogspot.com/2010/06/using-vaadin-with-embedded-grizzly.html

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