If your familiar with GWT RPC, then you you know that it’s it’s provides a very nice client side framework for doing AJAX requests against Java Servlets. The sad part is that it uses a binary protocol. That protocol is not easily understood by other languages or frameworks.
I’m pleased to announce the release of RMI via JMS 1.0! RMI via JMS allows you do RMI style remoting over any JMS provider. It combines the ease of RMI development with flexibility and loose coupling that JMS provides.
I promised I would follow up on my previous post on how the “The ActiveMQ Protobuf Implementation Rocks!”.
While reading Comparing the Java Serialization Options I ran across the a cool google code project which has done an excellent job benchmarking a wide variety of serialization options for java.
Last weekend I got a little spare time an through together a small little library while should help with the problem of boring Java console applications on Windows.