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  • Java News Roundup: Helidon 4.0-Alpha4, Spring, GlassFish, Quarkus, Ktor, (Re)Introducing RIFE2

    This week's Java roundup for January 30th, 2023, features news from JDK 20, JDK 21, Spring Tools 4.17.2, GlassFish 7.0.1, Quarkus 2.16.1, Helidon 4.0.0.-ALPHA4, Hibernate Search 6.1.8 and 5.11.12, PrimeFaces 11.0.10 and 12.0.3, Apache Commons CSV 1.10.0, JHipster Lite 0.27.0, Ktor 2.2.3 and (re)introducing RIFE2 1.0.

  • A Real World Example of Using Terracotta: Clustering RIFE

    Terracotta's Jonas Bonér recently detailed how he and Geert Bevin (who was recently hired by Terracotta) clustered the RIFE web application framework. The article provides valuable insight into RIFE's continuations implementation as well as some of the challenges in clustering a non-trivial application like RIFE.

  • Terracotta improves failover support, adds clustering for 5 more frameworks

    JVM heap-level clustering solution Terracotta released v2.3 yesterday, adding TCP/IP-based active/passive failover, cluster-membership events, and a new pre-configured module system for quick clustering Tomcat, Weblogic, Spring, Lucene, RIFE, Struts 1, Cglib, and iBatis. Jetty has been working on clustering Ajax cometd apps. RIFE's Geert Bevin is also now working for Terracotta.

  • Geert Bevin on The Philosophy Behind RIFE

    A few weeks back InfoQ covered the 1.5 release of the RIFE Java web framework. This week Artima Developer featured an extensive interview with RIFE founder Geert Bevin which covers the project's history and new features.

  • RIFE Java Web Framework 1.5 Released

    The RIFE Java web framework has released version 1.5. RIFE is a full-stack web application framework with tools and APIs to implement most common web features. Each of its toolkits is usable by itself or as an integrated stack. The RIFE framework promotes itself as having many key differentiators versus other Java web frameworks including continuations and state handling without sessions.