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Webtide started many years ago when the idea of asynchronous servlets was in its infancy and the Jetty project created its Continuations library. This library, in conjunction with the CometD project, allowed for some of the first truly asynchronous java server support for the then-emerging Web 2.0 AJAX growth in traffic. Webtide’s goal then remains the same today, to create great software and support it with great service.
Comprised of the primary active developers of both the Jetty and CometD projects, Webtide provides unparalleled services and support for both technologies. Clients receive direct support from the developers themselves, not through an intermediary or escalation process. Ask us a question or seek us out for support and you will be answered by a contributor to the open source projects themselves.
Webtide is entirely owned and operated by the developers of Jetty and CometD.