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Short Take: W3C releases Jigsaw Java Web server

The W3C has released Jigsaw 2.0, the standards body's Web server written in Java. Jigsaw, introduced in 1996, is an open source product shepherded by the W3C and designed to make it easier to evaluate Web technology specifications. For example, users can add new protocol parts without restarting the server or affecting served content.

The W3C has released Jigsaw 2.0, the standards body's Web server written in Java. Jigsaw, introduced in 1996, is an open source product shepherded by the W3C and designed to make it easier to evaluate Web technology specifications. For example, users can add new protocol parts without restarting the server or affecting served content.