I recently released a new version of my network library and I would like to know what you think about it.
It is a "messaging" library, it means that it is used only to encode function calls into a DataStream, it doesn't send data over the network by itself. This way, it can be used in any program, on the top of any existing server of network library which is handling the transportation of the data from 1 host to the other one.
My messaging library is pretty advanced. It is used by defining the messages via a some special java interfaces. Those interfaces are read by an annotation processor which generate the source code for the proxies which encode the function call, and which generate the source code to decode those messages into local function call on the remote host.
The library is able to work between jse programs, and also has an implementation which work on the top of the Project Darkstar Server.
The library has a lot more features that makes the network programming really easy. I invite you to discover them via the few Jnag samples available on the kenai website.
For more info, see please http://www.le-moulin-studio.com