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Today, after almost 4 years of in and out works(*), I’m really happy to announce the immediate availability of the Atmosphere Framework version 1.0, the only Asynchronous JavaScript/Java Portable framework running on the JVM!

The Atmosphere Framework ships with multiple components, and can be used with JRuby, Scala, Groovy and Java:

  • Atmosphere Javascript: The client side of Atmosphere, supporting by all browsers. Supports Websockets and HTML 5 Server Sides Events when available, transparently fallback to Http Streaming/Long Polling or JSONP when not supported. Available for JQuery and Ext JS. Supports sharing/multiplexing a single connection amongst browser’s windows/tabs.
  • Atmosphere Runtime: The server side of Atmosphere, supporting all major WebServers. Supports WebSockets and HTML 5 Server Sides Events when available, fallback to WebServer’s Native Comet Implementation or the ugly Servlet 3 Async API at last. Also works transparently on top of the Netty and Grizzly Framework (no Servlet Container required). It…

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