Current Web Sockets Support in Browsers
- Google Chrome
- Apple Safari 5+
- Firefox 4 Beta
- Apple iOS 4.2+ for iPad & iPhone
What else is new in 2.2.9?
2.2.9 has come a long way since the popular stable 2.0.x branch. So, here's a complete set of release notes for those looking to upgrade from 2.0.x.
- Fixed (2.2.9): Web Socket handshake intermittent issues
- Fixed (2.2.8): Expensive debug string operation being performed on all log levels
- Fixed (2.2.7): Firefox 3.x Comet reconnection bug when hitting 300k limit
- Fixed (2.2.7): MAX_CLIENT_LIMIT was disconnecting most recent WebSocket client
- (2.2.7): HTTP file handling improvements
- (2.2.7): Logging improvements
- (2.2.7): Upgrade to support secure Web Socket handshakes
- (2.2.4): Performance improvements
- (2.2.4): HTML5 Web Sockets support
- (2.2.4): Ability to monitor number of connected clients via JMX
- Fixed (2.2.4): Possible NPE in Dispatcher
- (2.1.x-beta): Numerous performance improvements to the HTTP handling.
- (2.1.x-beta): Transparent failover to polling connections where firewalls/proxies prevent full duplex streaming.
- Fixed (2.1.x-beta): Ajax adapter was not reconnecting if no serverList was specified.
- Fixed (2.1.x-beta): 'Stopping polling' log message appeared even when not using a polling connection type.
- (2.1.x-beta): More control over HTTP headers for pages and comet content.
Important note when upgrading from 2.0.x
If you migrate any existing Ajax SDK apps from 2.0.x to 2.1 or 2.2 you will need to change your connection URLs to incorporate the new streamhub context. For example, if previously you were using:
You will now need to use:
Get the latest version
Find the latest 2.1.12-beta available to download below aswell as links to the most up-to-date documentation and tutorials:
- Download StreamHub HTML5 Web Sockets & Comet Server 2.2.9
- Latest 2.2.9 Javadoc
- Latest 2.2.9 AJAX SDK docs
- Getting Started with Reverse Ajax & Comet
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