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New features in gradle-download-task 3.4.0

March, 4th 2018

The new ver­sion 3.4.0 of gradle-down­load-task, a Gradle plug­in provid­ing a Download task that dis­play pro­gress in­form­a­tion, has just been re­leased. It con­tains many new fea­tures and up­dat­ing is re­com­men­ded for all users.

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gradle-download-task 3.3.0

September, 14th 2017

The new ver­sion of the Gradle plug­in gradle-down­load-task 3.3.0 has just been re­leased. The plug­in provides a Download task that dis­plays pro­gress in­form­a­tion while down­load­ing files, just like Gradle does when it fetches an ar­ti­fact from a re­pos­it­ory.

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GeoRocket 1.1.0

September, 12th 2017

I’m happy to an­nounce that we just re­leased the new ver­sion 1.1.0 of GeoR­ocket OSS. GeoR­ocket is a high-per­form­ance data store for geo­spa­tial files that we de­velop at the Fraunhofer In­sti­tute for Com­puter Graph­ics Re­search IGD in Darm­stadt, Ger­many. It can store GeoJSON files, 3D city mod­els (e.g. CityGML), GML files or any other XML-based geo­spa­tial data sets. GeoR­ocket provides the fol­low­ing fea­tures:

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gradle-download-task 3.2.0

January, 29th 2017

The new ver­sion of the Gradle plug­in gradle-down­load-task 3.2.0 has just been re­leased. The plug­in provides a Download task that dis­plays pro­gress in­form­a­tion while down­load­ing files, just like Gradle does when it fetches an ar­ti­fact from a re­pos­it­ory.

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Actson 1.2.0 with RFC 7159 compliance

November, 16th 2016

The new ver­sion of Act­son 1.2.0 has just been re­leased. Act­son is a re­act­ive JSON parser (some­times re­ferred to as non-block­ing or asyn­chron­ous). It is event-based and can be used to­gether with re­act­ive lib­rar­ies/​tool-kits such as Rx­Java or Vert.x.

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Actson: a reactive (or non-blocking, or asynchronous) JSON parser

August, 19th 2016

Today I’m happy to an­nounce the very first ver­sion of Act­son, a re­act­ive JSON parser (some­times re­ferred to as non-block­ing or asyn­chron­ous). Act­son is event-based and can be used to­gether with re­act­ive lib­rar­ies/​tool-kits such as Rx­Java or Vert.x. The lib­rary is very small and has no de­pend­en­cies. It only re­quires Java 7 (or higher).

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