|[jetty-announce] Jetty 9.3.5.v20151012 Maintenance Release|
On our 20th anniversary year of Jetty, the Jetty Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the latest version of Jetty 9.3.x
This release is considered a maintenance release for Jetty 9.3.x.
Users of WebSocket's and Http2 Client are encouraged to upgrade.
We kinda skipped over the Jetty 9.3.4 release due to a regression that broke Spring applications that use WebSockets.
The Highlights of this release:
[Fix] Selector Thread Starvation during errors from blocking write
[Fix] WebSocket open/close behavior
[Fix] WebSocket session upgrade request/response header availability
The Features of Jetty 9.3:
Introducing HTTP/2 (rfc7540) server & client support!
Overhauled scheduler - https://webtide.com/eat-what-you-kill/
Supporting SNI (Server Name Indications) during TLS/SSL negotiation
Java 8 minimum requirement
The artifacts are also available in the Global Central Repository.
Eclipse P2 repositories will be available later.
If you find an issue with this release you can open a bug through the
guided bugzilla page located here:
Documentation can be found at our documentation hub
Finally, a reminder that both dev and prod support are offered through
Webtide (www.webtide.com), feel free to contact us through that site
or ping jesse@xxxxxxxxxxx directly if you are interested in learning more.
Documentation PDF's are available for direct download on the
webtide.com website as well.
The Jetty Development Team
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