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Net4j is an extensible client-server system. You can easily extend the protocol stack with Eclipse plugins that provide new transport or application protocols. Net4j's focus on performance and scalability is featured by non-blocking I/O, zero-copy signals and multiplexed binary protocols. Net4j was originally developed to support the [[CDO]] technology for distributed shared and persistent EMF models but can also multiplex your own user-supplied application protocols through the same socket connection.
 
Net4j is an extensible client-server system. You can easily extend the protocol stack with Eclipse plugins that provide new transport or application protocols. Net4j's focus on performance and scalability is featured by non-blocking I/O, zero-copy signals and multiplexed binary protocols. Net4j was originally developed to support the [[CDO]] technology for distributed shared and persistent EMF models but can also multiplex your own user-supplied application protocols through the same socket connection.
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Wikis: [[CDO]] | [[Eclipse]] | [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nio NIO]

Revision as of 16:22, 18 October 2007

Net4j is an extensible client-server system. You can easily extend the protocol stack with Eclipse plugins that provide new transport or application protocols. Net4j's focus on performance and scalability is featured by non-blocking I/O, zero-copy signals and multiplexed binary protocols. Net4j was originally developed to support the CDO technology for distributed shared and persistent EMF models but can also multiplex your own user-supplied application protocols through the same socket connection.


Wikis: CDO | Eclipse | NIO