Jakarta Commons HttpClient 3.0 RC1 Now Available

HttpClient 3.0 RC1 is now available for download.

"HttpClient is an attempt to provide a simple Application Programming Interface (API) that Java developers can use to create code that communicates over HTTP."


>> HttpClient 3.0

>> HttpClient 3.0 RC1 relelase notes

>> TSS Article on HttpClient and FileUpload


>> Efficient J2EE development using Jakarta Commons

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0 thoughts on “Jakarta Commons HttpClient 3.0 RC1 Now Available

  • January 15, 2006 at 11:39 am

    [LIST] The foremost point is that JBoss suite is a comprehensive platform with products like jBPM, JBoss App Server(Web, EJB and Java EE), JBossTransactions(supports TX in WS), JBoss Potal, Hibernate, JBoss Cache to name a few. Jonas application server is just another pluggable component where if you wish you can replace Tomcat in JBoss for this. Comparing JBoss with just the app server is pointless.
    [LIST]JBoss 4.0.3 supports EJB3.0 and the Java Annotation language. One factor for the ‘light years’ phrase.
    [LIST]Has a robust-easy-integration clustering technology based on JGroups.
    [LIST]Being just Open Source does not make best products. The support process is the key thing. JBoss customer support is excellent!
    [LIST]Yes it is an Open Source product and that’s your base for sure. Thanks for your contribution.
    [LIST]Dude, talking about reputation, your comment too will not do any bad to Fluery’s reputation, so cut the crap.
    [LIST]Partner program is exhaustive. Its not true that THEY are arrogant. Their support and turn around time is way ahead in the OS and the commercial industry today. Please see [URL=http://www.jboss.com/partners/locator]JBoss Partners[/URL].

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