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Networking libraries

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  • OkHttp

    9.9 9.5 L2 Java
    HTTP+SPDY client.
  • Dubbo

    9.9 9.6 Java
    High-performance RPC framework.
  • Netty

    9.8 9.4 L2 Java
    Framework for building high performance network applications.
  • gRPC

    9.2 9.6 L2 Java
    RPC framework based on protobuf and HTTP/2.
  • Finagle

    9.1 9.4 Scala
    Extensible RPC system used to construct high-concurrency servers. It implements uniform client and server APIs for several protocols, and is protocol agnostic, which simplifies the implementation of new protocols.
  • Async Http Client

    8.9 7.8 L3 Java
    Asynchronous HTTP and WebSocket client library.
  • Undertow

    8.2 8.5 L2 Java
    Web server providing both blocking and non-blocking API’s based on NIO. Used as a network layer in WildFly.
  • KryoNet

    7.2 2.0 Java
    Provides a clean and simple API for efficient TCP and UDP client/server network communication using NIO and Kryo.
  • sshj

    7.1 5.1 Java
    Programatically use SSH, SCP or SFTP.
  • Bt

    6.9 6.2 Java
    Java BitTorrent library with DHT, magnet links, encryption and more
  • Nifty

    6.6 0.0 L2 Java
    Implementation of Thrift clients and servers on Netty.
  • MINA

    6.2 0.0 L3 Java
    Abstract event-driven async I/O API for network operations over TCP/IP and UDP/IP via Java NIO.
  • Comsat

    5.1 0.0 L3 Java
    Integrates standard Java web-related APIs with Quasar fibers and actors.
  • NFS4J

    3.4 8.1 Java
    Pure Java NFSv3 and NFSv4.1 implementation
  • Riptide

    3.2 9.0 L5 Java
    Client-side response routing for Spring's RestTemplate.

    2.6 6.8 Java
    Pure Java implementation of ONCRPC/SUNRPC
  • Grizzly

    2.6 8.6 L4 Java
    NIO framework. Used as a network layer in Glassfish.
  • jetty-helloworld-webapp

    2.5 0.0 Java
    Annotated Helloworld webapp
  • urnlib

    2.1 5.4 L4 Java
    Java library for representing, parsing and encoding URNs as in RFC 2141.