[jsr362-experts:] Re: [jsr362-observers:] Re: Asynchronous processing support
- From: Martin Scott Nicklous <
- Subject: [jsr362-experts:] Re: [jsr362-observers:] Re: Asynchronous processing support
- Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2013 16:52:34 +0100
Support for websocket is on the list of new stuff for JSR 362, so I think
we should address websocket support in any case.
The question is whether we need to specify it as part of the Ajax support.
portlet support on the client is considered to be part of the
vendor-specific implementation. If we go that route, we would only need to
describe the transport mechanism between the client and the server. We
would specify neither the messages nor the transport protocol, so we would
not need to mention websocket as part of the Ajax discussion.
But we would need to address it separately.
wrote on 23.10.2013 13:00:00:
> From: Julien Viet
> Date: 23.10.13 13:00
> Subject: [jsr362-observers:] [jsr362-experts:] Re: Asynchronous
> processing support
> it is also in the air according to last week discussion.
> my opinion is that websocket covers other use cases that important too.
> On Oct 23, 2013, at 12:15 PM, Werner Keil
> I know it's often a buzzword, but given it is a HTML5/W3C standard
> allowing other languages than just Java to communicate, how about
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> On Wed, Oct 23, 2013 at 11:30 AM, Julien Viet
> Hi Scott,
> I would welcome asynchronous processing support in Portlet 3.0
> (including JSR 286 API) pretty much like it exists since Servlet 3.0
> This would align portlet 3.0 with servlet 3.0 and improve the
> portlet programming model for use cases that are not covered today.
> Is it something we are planning to work on soon ? can you tell us in
> which position it is on the roadmap.