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Restlet 1.0.0 released! April 16, 2007

Posted by Jerome Louvel in Restlet Releases.
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Today we announced the final 1.0 version of its Noelios Restlet Engine (NRE), the reference implementation of the Restlet API 1.0. The Restlet open source project was launched at the end of 2005 and was the first REST framework for Java. Since its launch, it has attracted an active and quickly growing community of users. With more than sixty different contributors and two core developers, the project went through an intense and fruitful collaborative design.

Several applications are already deployed in production within organizations of various sizes, including Overstock.com, an Internet leader for brand names at clearance prices. The Restlet project is also used as a support technology for various software architecture classes covering the REST architecture style, for example at University of California Irvine, or at the INSA Rouen engineering school.

NOELIOS, as the founder and leader of the project is now offering a complete professional support, including yearly subscription plans and a per-incident plan, with prices ranging from 350 € to 2850 €. It also offers some expert consulting services on Restlet and connected technologies such as Java, XML and REST.

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1. Avi Flax - April 16, 2007

Congrats!

2. License 2 Code » Restlet 1.0.0 released! « Noelios Consulting - April 16, 2007

[…] Congratulations to Jerome and his team for the 1.0 release of Restlets. I’ve been using this for a couple months now and have quite enjoyed the framework. I re-engineered the server APIs on a software project I maintained to use Restlets instead of the proprietary interfaces I had developed. Very nice! Restlet 1.0.0 released! « Noelios Consulting […]

3. Abubakar Gurnah - April 20, 2007

Good luck!!!!

4. Nancy - April 25, 2007

Congratulations Jerome and all on your release!

5. Coverage of the Restlet 1.0 launch « Noelios Consulting - May 20, 2007

[…] in Restlet. trackback The past weeks has been very exciting. After months of hard work, we finally released our 1.0.0 version of the Restlet project. We were very happy about the general reception of the news. Here is a summary of our […]


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