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Tag Archives: HttpClient
Welcome to the last blog post of the HTTP blog post series, namely Server Push! The HTTP client API which came with JDK 11 supports HTTP/2 as a default but also HTTP/1.1. An interesting feature of HTTP/2 is the server … Continue reading
Have you ever thought about what the logic behind a chat application is? How could it be written and how does it work? If yes, here is the right place to look for an answer. It is called WebSocket! But … Continue reading
Wouldn’t it be great if there was any HTTP API that doesn’t block until an HttpResponse is available? I mean, a main thread that can execute other tasks in parallel and doesn’t block or wait for the completion of that … Continue reading