NioSax (pronounced ‘Neo-Sax’) provides a Java NIO friendly XML push parser similar in operation to SAX. Unlike SAX, with NioSax it is possible for the xml source to contain partial content (i.e. only part of the XML stream has been received over the network). When this occurs, instead of failing with an error, NioSax simply stops. As soon as your application receives more data you simply call the same instance of the parser again and it will resume parsing where it left off.
It’s been a couple of busy months with most of my time being taken up with my day job. Most … More
retepTools Concurrency Support The retepTools library provides additional concurrency support to that provided by the java.util.concurrency package of JDK 1.5 … More
A common use case is the routing of messages from one component within a system to another. The standard API … More
The release of retepTools 9.2 this week introduces a new annotation processor which validates the use of some of the … More
In annotation processors one common use case is to read the values contained within an Annotation. In most cases this … More