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Making HTTP content compression work in netty 4

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Netty is really a great framework providing all the things needed to build a high performance HTTP server. The nice thing is, that nearly everything comes out of the box and has just to be put together in the right way. And content compression (gzip or deflate) is no exception. However, when it comes to compressing static content I stumbled ...

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Netty: Using SPDY and HTTP transparently

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Most people have already heard about SPDY, the protocol, from google, proposed as a replacement for the aging HTTP protocol. Webservers are browsers are slowly implementing this protocol and support is growing. In a recent article I already wrote about how SPDY works and how you can enable SPDY support in Jetty. Since a couple of months Netty (originally from ...

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