Bristleback is a Java/JavaScript complete WebSocket framework, built on Jetty/Netty/Tomcat as WebSocket protocol engines, perfect for Spring Framework users.
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This project is no longer maintained, if you would like to maintain it, please write an issue or create a pull request so I can add you.

Bristleback Framework version 0.3.5

Welcome,

Bristleback Framework has got a new homepage bristleback.pl. Several samples and tutorials can be found there.

If you like our project, please star or fork the project!

Latest Bristleback version: 0.3.5

Download section is no longer valid on GitHub. To download JavaScript client, visit bristleback.pl/download.html

Check our wiki pages for tutorials.

0.3.5 is now available in central Maven repository:

<dependency>
  <groupId>pl.bristleback</groupId>
  <artifactId>bristleback-core</artifactId>
  <version>0.3.5</version>
</dependency>

Few samples are available at github.com/bristleback/bristleback-samples

You can also test Bristleback by performing just few steps:

  1. Go to directory where your new Bristleback Project will be created and type:

    mvn archetype:generate
      -DarchetypeGroupId=pl.bristleback
      -DarchetypeArtifactId=webapp-archetype
      -DarchetypeVersion=0.3.5
  2. Enter additional information about the project.

  3. Go to newly created project directory and type mvn jetty:run - your first Bristleback Framework with Jetty as Server Engine is starting!

  4. Open your browser and type localhost:8080

  5. Have fun developing!