localisation. Now with support for
300+ Unicode world locales.
No more ugly JSONp hacks! Serve cross-domain
requests to all modern CORS-aware
The most secure passwords-based authentication
over unencrypted connections.
Open up to the web!
Five unique software libraries and tools, initially created as part of successful real world projects, then spun out, refactored and documented for general use, and now available to you:
Java CORS Filter - adds Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) support to your Java web apps.
JSON-RPC 2.0 - simple Java libraries and tools for developing nimble web APIs and clients using the JSON-RPC 2.0 protocol.
JSON-RPC 2.0 Shell - a must-have tool for serious JSON-RPC 2.0 development.
Nimbus SRP - the most complete and versatile Java implementation of the Secure Remote Password (SRP-6a) authentication protocol.
20 May 2013
Another major upgrade to the CORS Filter
in version 1.7: Handling of same-origin requests that include an
Origin header is corrected; You can now use an asterisk (*) in the
cors.supportedHeaders configuration property to allow
any author request header; The filter can now also be configured
using an external properties file.
18 April 2013
CORS Filter 1.6 was updated to
permit any URI scheme. Earlier versions supported
https://, but now you can also use other URI schemes
fb://. Cheers to
Edraí Brosa for initiating
this important change. The filter artefacts should appear in Maven
Central later today.
30 March 2013 Switches the build process from Ant to Maven for all JSON-RPC 2.0 libraries and tools. Publishing to Maven Central is on the to-do list.