Finally: support for Java
Server Pages is here!
03/19/2000 - Elena Senin - We have released:
- our SAX-based XML, HTML and JSP parsers
- preview version our new JSP engine (check
Unfortunately, release of EasyThings Web
Server is delayed due to serious bug reported
against our RequestDispatcher implementation and
additional work we are doing to ease migration of
EasyThings Web Server to Servlets API version 2.2.
We changed the design of server, which currenty
supports Servlet API 2.1 to simplify migration to
JSDK 2.1 and JSP 1.1. Release delayed
to approximtely 2 weeks. Sorry about that.
03/11/2000 - Maxim Senin - Our new JSP
engine is on the way. We completely rewrote it
for high performance. This JSP engine is stable
and fast, and we will include it into upcoming
EasyThings Web Server release. Next release of
the server will also include:
- nonvaliating SAX-complient XML parser.
- we also used this high-performance parser
for our JSP engine.
- bug fixes for HTTP service and servlets
This release is planned for middle of March (most
probably, March 18, 2000)
Stay tuned for latest updates!
01/26/2000 - Maxim Senin - Looks like
Sun is trying to make JSP as close to XML as
us your opinion. Therefore we decided to
provide SAX-complient parser for XML, HTML and
JSP, which will probably replace current parser
API, and because it's faster, we will use it in
our JSP engine. The parser is simpliest
implementation of nonvalidating SAX-complient XML
parser. Will be available soon. Stay tuned for latest
12/17/1999 - Maxim Senin - We are proud
to present latest
version of the EasyThings Web Server(tm) with full
12/05/1999 - Maxim Senin - New
release includes caching HTTP proxy
11/06/1999 - Maxim Senin - We added
support for Server-side includes! API now also
incluses HTML parser. JSP support is on the way!
10/14/1999 - Maxim Senin - We ported
EasyThings Web Server to JDK 1.1. Check out here...
10/10/1999 - Maxim Senin - We
downloaded Sun's Secure
Sockets standard extension early access
implementation. We [probably] will use this API
to implement https service.
10/03/1999 - Maxim Senin - JSP support
is on the way
10/02/1999 - Maxim Senin - We planned
adding FTP service, servlets chaining and GUI for
EasyWeb. Latest API allows visual customizers for
10/01/1999 - Maxim Senin - Added
servlet aliases support to EasyWeb