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Java WebSockets (JSR-356) on Jetty 9.1

Jetty 9.1 is finally released, bringing Java WebSockets (JSR-356) to non-EE environments. It’s awesome news and today’s post will be about using this great new API along ...
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Using Maven Jetty plugin

Although I am using Maven since a long time I never used the Jetty plugin until recently. To be able to test a REST client I created a servlet which showed me all incoming parameters ...
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Most popular application servers

This is the second post in the series where we publish statistical data about the Java installations. The used dataset originates from free Plumbr installations out there totalling ...
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Going REST: embedding Jetty with Spring and JAX-RS (Apache CXF)

For hardcore server-side Java developer the only way to ‘speak’ out to the world is by using APIs. Today’s post is all about JAX-RS: writing and exposing RESTful services ...
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Jetty and Eclipse Integration in 3 Steps

This tutorial will walk you through out how to integrate Jetty and Eclipse and how to run a web application on Jetty server inside Eclipse. Steps:Install Jetty Eclipse plugin Create ...
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Setting up JNDI with Jetty (Embedded)

I was running embedded Jetty on my developmentwork-space saving some time on vicious cycle of compiling and deployment. I have not worked with Jetty much and the ease of use made me ...
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How to use SPDY with Jetty

SPDY is a new protocol proposed by Google as a new protocol for the web. SPDY is compatible with HTTP but tries to reduce web page loading by using compression, mulitplexing and prioritization.To ...
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Embedded Jetty, Vaadin and Weld

When I develop web applications I like to be able to quickly start them from Eclipse without having to rely on all kinds of heavy-weight tomcat or glassfish plugins. So what I often ...
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