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12 October 2012, 16:45

Developer Break: JMeter, CXF, Nashorn, SpringSource and Azure

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Developer Break Developer Break – catch up on the smaller but important notes for developers, from libraries to APIs and from people to postings. This week: Apache JMeter and CXF, Nashorn blogs, Mobile framework selection, SpringSource tool updates and Azure on Windows Server.

  • Load testing tool Apache JMeter 2.8 has been released with new delayable thread creation, IPv6 support in the Cookie Manager, better memory use with scripting languages via JSR223 and more.

  • Apache CXF, the open services framework, has been updated to version 2.7.0; the new version adds support for UDP transport and SOAP/UDP, WS-Discovery, a new implementation of the HTTP transport and some JAX-RS 2.0 support.

  • Oracle has created a blog for Nashorn with information about the new JavaScript implementation for Java.

  • Mobile developers may, or may not, find EclipseSource's Mobile Technology selector useful. It asks a number of questions about developers' mobile objectives for a project and, at the end, recommends a framework to work with.


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