New blog posts on latest releases, GitHub migration, Apache license and Restlet SAS

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New blog posts on latest releases, GitHub migration, Apache license and Restlet SAS

Jerome Louvel-2
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Re: New blog posts on latest releases, GitHub migration, Apache license and Restlet SAS

Xavier Méhaut
Hi Jerome

I saw in your latest news that you aim to deliver a js version of restlet... It seems there will be two parts, ie a client part  and a server part(based uppon nodejs)... For my own interest, is the client part maybe communicate seamlessly with a server part written in pure java? For instance to be able to share restlets between a web application written in gwt and in js?
When do you intend to provide the developpers with the js version?

best regards
Xavier
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RE: New blog posts on latest releases, GitHub migration, Apache license and Restlet SAS

Thierry Templier-2
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Hello Xavier,

At the moment, only the client part is usable but we're actively working
on the server part. Yes, of course, this aim is to communicate with any
REST application (Restlet or other, regardless of the application
languages). So if you have problems with this aspect, it's a bug that we
need to fix!

A first version of the client part is available on the GitHub site for
the project and also within NPM if you use Node. See this page:
https://github.com/restlet/restlet-framework-js/downloads.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions...
Thierry

 > Hi Jerome
 >
 > I saw in your latest news that you aim to deliver a js version of
restlet... It seems there will be two parts, ie a client part  and a
 > server part(based uppon nodejs)... For my own interest, is the client
part maybe communicate seamlessly with a server part
 > written in pure java? For instance to be able to share restlets
between a web application written in gwt and in js?
 > When do you intend to provide the developpers with the js version?
 >
 > best regards
 > Xavier

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