[aerogear-dev] Fwd: [pushy] Pushy v0.11 has been released

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[aerogear-dev] Fwd: [pushy] Pushy v0.11 has been released

Matthias Wessendorf
It's quite a change, and needs code to get it working 

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Date: Wed, Sep 20, 2017 at 4:26 AM
Subject: [pushy] Pushy v0.11 has been released
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Friends,

I'm pleased to announce that Pushy v0.11 has been released and is on its way to Maven Central.

This release represents a significant architectural shift. ApnsClient instances now maintain their own internal connection pools, connect on demand, and will manage all of the reconnection timing on their own. This should make life much simpler for most users, and should open the door to performance gains for industrial-scale users who were previously constrained by running clients on a single thread. This should also fix a host of reported bugs around reconnection and resource usage.

Other changes include:
  • Updated to Netty 4.1.14 for the latest bug fixes and performance improvements
  • Restored reference-counted SSL providers, which should resolve issues around direct memory usage and reclamation
  • Added support for building MDM payloads
For a complete list of changes, please see the v0.11 milestone.

Cheers!

-Jon

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Re: [aerogear-dev] [pushy] Pushy v0.11 has been released

Matthias Wessendorf

On Wed, Sep 20, 2017 at 8:28 AM, Matthias Wessendorf <[hidden email]> wrote:
It's quite a change, and needs code to get it working 

-M


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From: <[hidden email]>
Date: Wed, Sep 20, 2017 at 4:26 AM
Subject: [pushy] Pushy v0.11 has been released
To: pushy <[hidden email]>


Friends,

I'm pleased to announce that Pushy v0.11 has been released and is on its way to Maven Central.

This release represents a significant architectural shift. ApnsClient instances now maintain their own internal connection pools, connect on demand, and will manage all of the reconnection timing on their own. This should make life much simpler for most users, and should open the door to performance gains for industrial-scale users who were previously constrained by running clients on a single thread. This should also fix a host of reported bugs around reconnection and resource usage.

Other changes include:
  • Updated to Netty 4.1.14 for the latest bug fixes and performance improvements
  • Restored reference-counted SSL providers, which should resolve issues around direct memory usage and reclamation
  • Added support for building MDM payloads
For a complete list of changes, please see the v0.11 milestone.

Cheers!

-Jon

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Pushy is an open-source Java library for sending APNs (iOS and OS X) push notifications. Pushy is brought to you by the engineers at RelayRides.
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