Release Notes: A regression in the Web Socket encoder has been fixed. An intermittent critical bug where write operations stall when a user calls Channel.setReadable() was fixed. This release also adds proper support for the HTTP "Expect: 100-continue" header.
Release Notes: This release contains the cumulative fixes for the various bugs reported since the previous version.
Release Notes: This release includes various bug fixes and support for the latest WebSocket draft version 76.
Release Notes: Protobuf integration now works with MessageLite types. This release also includes various small bug fixes.
Release Notes: NIO transport now supports zero-copy file transfer. The number of I/O threads has been doubled for better out-of-the-box performance. The performance regression in the NIO transport has been fixed. SslHandler became more secure by disabling renegotiation by default.
Release Notes: NIO write throughput has been improved even further. RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) support has been added. Dealing with NUL-terminated strings was made easier. A port unification example has been added.
Release Notes: Web Sockets protocol support has been added. Various performance improvements were made in the core.
Release Notes: Deprecated types and methods were removed. ChannelBuffer has more convenience methods. The HTTP codec now supports trailing headers and the PATCH method.
Release Notes: A new compression handler has been added to support GZIP, ZLIB, and DEFLATE compression of a connection. More convenience methods have been added to the codec embedder for easier unit testing. A bug was fixed where the ChannelFuture of a connection attempt is not notified when a user closes the associated channel before the connection attempt is finished.
Release Notes: A critical regression that occurred in 3.1.4 was fixed. Google Protocol Buffers were upgraded to 2.2.0.