Writing Portable HTML5 Server Side Events Applications using the Atmosphere Framework

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The Atmosphere Framework easily allow the creation of HTML5 Server Side Events (SSE). Better, any existing Servlet based application can add SSE support without any changes to their existing application.

HTML5 Server Side Events (SSE) are getting more and more adopted and support for it starts to appear. As an example,  the GlassFish Application Server recently added support for it,  the upcoming release of the Jersey Framework is also adding some sort of support, and framework like jQuery-Socket has sample supporting SSE as well. Both GlassFish and Jersey suffer major issues: First, you need to use non portable API to start using SSE (will only work in GlassFish or Jersey) and second, they expose special API to support SSE, which is a major mistake in my opinion. Just take a look at how simple it can be to implement SSE using the jQuery-Socket sample. Why would you use heavyweight…

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