Restlet Blog


By: | Date: May 17, 2014 | 1 comment

After the shock wave following the recent legal decision at Federal level on the Java copyright case between Oracle and Google, I decided to read the 69 pages of the court decision and extract the most interesting quotes, from a Java technologist point of view.

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By: | Date: May 06, 2014 | 5 comments

The sun is shining, Summer is approaching and it’s time to share all the cool stuff we’ve added in this APISpark Beta 2.1 release!

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By: | Date: April 27, 2011 | Write a comment

In order to adress several pressing issues, we are releasing those new versions one month after the previous release cycle. The good news is that we had time to add a couple of nice features to the 2.1 development branch! Bug fixed First, the 2.0.7 version fixes a couple of issues on the stable branch […]

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Categories: GAE, Restlet Releases, SDC, Security
By: | Date: March 31, 2011 | 2 comments

Introduction When Google announced Secure Data Connector in 2009, it was welcomed with interest as it addressed people concerns regarding public cloud security and especially integration with their private information system. SDC solves this cloud integration dilemma without requiring to open new ports on your firewall by establishing a reverse web proxy, called SDC Agent, […]

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Categories: Restlet, Restlet General, SDC
By: | Date: March 31, 2011 | Write a comment

Past months have been very intense for Noelios in a positive way and we are pleased to release those two new versions today. Our long running effort to develop our own non-blocking NIO connector into Restlet core, comparable in performance to Jetty/Netty/Grizzly but simpler and directly aligned to HTTP/SIP transport semantics is starting to give […]

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Categories: NIO, Restlet, Restlet Releases, SDC, SIP
By: | Date: May 06, 2010 | Write a comment

Two years ago, we announced that NASA launched Restlet on the OSGi orbit by developing an integration of Restlet 1.1 with OSGi, based on Equinox extension points. This effort was presented at EclipseCon 2008 & 2009, and the code was contributed to the Ensemble project under a special license as explained by Bryan Hunt in […]

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By: | Date: March 15, 2010 | Write a comment

OData adoption Since the release of our Restlet extension for ADO.NET Data Services in September 2009, many changes happened on this front. Microsoft has been busy enhancing their technology, splitting it into an open specification for the REST API called OData, for Open Data Protocol, and using WCF Data Services for the server-side framework. This […]

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Categories: GData, OData, RDF, Restlet
By: | Date: December 17, 2009 | 5 comments

The Web is taking multiple shapes with the Mobile Web, Cloud Computing and RIA being hot topics recently. If you follow this blog frequently, you are certainly aware that the Restlet Framework, the first RESTful web framework for Java developers, is available in five consistent editions since version 2.0 M4. Each edition targets a special […]

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