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java.net's Project Atmosphere Integrated into Atlassian JIRA Studio

Jean-Francois Arcand informs us that the new Atlassian JIRA Studio Activity Bar is powered by the Atmosphere Framework. Atmosphere is a java.net project that Jean-Francois has frequently written about in the past, as he has been a major contributor to the project. Jean-Francois tells us: Last week Atlassian released their new JIRA Studio, which is a hosted software development suite that supports every role of a high-performing development team throughevery stage of your development process.. One of the new feature is called the Activity Bar and it is powered by Atmosphere! Jean-Francois shows us the new JIRA Studio "Recent Issues" window (see above), and continues: Atmosphere is hidding inside the « Recent Issues » window above . You can read the official annoucement here and why Atmosphere was choosen instead of Servlet 3.0 or private implementation like Jetty and Grizzly. If you're not familiar with Project Atmosphere it's a subproject of GlassFish. Here's the project introduction: Atmosphere is a POJO based framework using Inversion of Control (IoC) to bring push/Comet to the masses! Finally a framework which can run on any Java based Web Server, including Google App Engine, Tomcat, Jetty, GlassFish, Weblogic, Grizzly, JBossWeb and JBoss, Resin, etc. without having ...


Date: April, 15 2010
Url: http://www.java.net/blog/editor/archive/2010/04/15/javanets-project-atmosphere-integrated-atlassian-jira-studio


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