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NIO Framework

The NIO Framework sits on top of the Java NIO library and hides most of the complexity of plain NIO and SSLEngine. With it, one can easily implement secure, high-performance Java network applications.

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Recent releases

  •  16 Mar 2009 12:04

    Release Notes: This release adds support for traffic shaping and dummy traffic. Many new Forwarders and Transformers (the new I/O building blocks of v1.1) have been added. Atomic counters were added to many places to support traffic accounting.

    •  18 Aug 2008 14:26

      Release Notes: The fixed I/O class hierarchy has been replaced by a group of flexible transformation classes which can be combined in almost arbitrary order. The Dispatcher now uses daemon threads so that applications can have a clean shutdown. The timeout handler in the Dispatcher uses weak references for better memory management. The HandlerAdapter now provides access to the channel.

      •  06 Jan 2008 15:46

        Release Notes: The API was simplified. Locking was simplified. Code cleanups were done. Some classes were renamed.

        •  16 Dec 2007 23:52

          Release Notes: Ant targets for running benchmarks. A simpler API. More annotations. Support for multi-homed systems. Bugfixes.

          •  30 Oct 2007 20:37

            Release Notes: This release adds support for user-defined timeouts for non-blocking socket connection operations. It adds some examples to the package.


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