What’s up with Grizzly code and examples?

I was excited to read that the Grizzly Java server framework has had an update as I am currently trying to evaluate embeddable HTTP servers for several projects. I downloaded the grizzly http server jar and clicked through to the associated “Getting Started!” page of example code. It seemed so simple: knock together a fresh …

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MINA: Building a scalable server in 20 lines

This looks very interesting, even though I have a few questions to answer when I evaluate it properly. @me&java ยป Building scalable server in 20 lines I’m particularly interested how MINA stacks up against Grizzly, as they both seem to be addressing the same problem – a high-performance Java server using newer IO facilities. Currently …

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Grizzly and the New Atmosphere Comet Framework: Q&A with Project Lead Jean-Francois Arcand

Every now and then I wander round to a point where I think I should take a look at Grizzly (Sun’s new server framework which makes extensive use of advances in non-blocking Java IO). Here’s another article which reminded me once again. InfoQ: Grizzly and the New Atmosphere Comet Framework: Q&A with Project Lead Jean-Francois …

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