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Mar202008

Paper: Asynchronous HTTP and Comet architectures

Comet has popularized asynchronous non-blocking HTTP programming, making it practically indistinguishable from reverse Ajax, also known as server push. This JavaWorld article takes a wider view of asynchronous HTTP, explaining its role in developing high-performance HTTP proxies and non-blocking HTTP clients, as well as the long-lived HTTP connections associated with Comet.

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