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Last updated May 04, 2012 23:41, by dannycoward
* Java-WebSocket "A barebones WebSocket client and server implementation written in 100% Java" * jWebSocket "jWebSocket is a pure Java/JavaScript high speed bidirectional communication solution for the Web server and various clients" * Grizzly Framework for building web servers of various scales and types incl Web Socket client & server apis. * Apache Tomcat 7 Java Web Container new api & sup[port in 7.0.7: * Glassfish WebSockets via Grizzly and latterly WebSocket SDK also. * Autobahn Including Android web socket client * WeberKnecht Project with Java SE / Android clients * Jetty Java Web Container including WebSockets support, client and server apis. JBoss Java EE App server (in development) * Caucho Resin Java Server including web container with WebSockets support. see for example: * Kaazing WebSocket Gateway Gateway products, includes Java developer APIs for web sockets. e.g. * WebSocket SDK Prototyping high level APIs & annotations for Web Sockets. * Webbit A Java event based WebSocket and HTTP server / * Servlet 3.1 Proposing API for server side of Http Upgrade mechanism to enable websockets support to be build on the Servlet Container e.g.: *Atmosphere: "The only Portable WebSocket/Comet Framework supporting Scala, Groovy and Java" *websockets4j: "Websockets4j Is a simple implementation of the WebSockets protocol. Currently supports the plain text version of Drafts 75 and 76 of the protocol." *GNU WebSocket4J: "GNU WebSocket4J is a WebSocket protocol implementation in Java. It allows you to build Web applications that interact with applications running in a JVM. GNU WebSocket4J implements both server and client side of the protocol, so it can be used to build both WebSocket servers and clients." * Netty Asynchronous event-driven network application framework, including websockets amongst many other things. / TorqueBox Ruby application server built on JBoss AS7 and JRuby.
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