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User guide

User Guide

The MINA 2.0 User Guide can be found here : User Guide

Presentation Materials

These presentation materials will help you understand the overall architecture and core constructs of MINA

Versions & References

There are currently three branches in MINA:

JavaDoc

Source Code

Description

2.0.x

main, test

The officially recommended production-ready branch.

1.0.x

main, test

The old branch, not any more maintained.

1.1.x

main, test

The old branch Java 5 port of 1.0 without any new feature addition.

You might also want to read the frequently asked questions and learn how to contact us before getting started.

Tutorials

The tutorials are provided for two branches, 1.x and 2.x, due to the backward incompatibilities between the APIs.

Version 1.x - Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World

Version 2.x - Norweigian Wood

  • MINA v1.x Quick Start Guide - Creating your first MINA based program
  • Logging Configuration - Configuring your MINA-based application for logging
  • Transport-specific Configuration
    • UDP Tutorial - Writing a User Datagram Protocol (UDP) client and server using MINA
  • Advanced Topic
  • Coming soon! (not written yet)
    • Overall Architecture
    • Basic Constructs
      • IoBuffer
      • IoService
      • IoHandler
      • IoFilter
      • IoFuture
    • Advanced Topic
      • Unit-testing
      • Performance Tips

For Developers

Examples

You can browse all examples here.

Name

Feature it demonstrates

Side

Reverser

Text protocol based on a protocol codec

Server

SumUp server

Complex binary protocol based on a protocol codec

Both

Echo server

Low-level I/O and SSL

Server

NetCat

Client programming

Client

HTTP server

Stream-based synchronous I/O

Server

Tennis

In-VM pipe communication

Both

Chat server

Spring integration

Both

Proxy

Resending received bytes on another session.

Both

Other Resources

Older Presentation Materials

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