drasyl 0.9.0 released with C and Python Bindings and support for Publish/Subscribe Messaging, Remote Message Invocation, and more!

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Today, we are excited to announce the release of drasyl 0.9.0. This release will bring drasyl natively to C and Python! In addition, drasyl now ships with optional components allowing you to utilize the publish/subscribe messaging pattern, remote message invocation, decentralized membership management, and a distributed lookup service.


drasyl 0.8.0 released with improved Hole Punching, Remote Controlling for CLI, and increased TUN Device performance

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Today, we are excited to announce the release of drasyl 0.8.0 with improved hole punching protocol, remote controlling via JSON-RPC for node and tun CLI commands, and increased TUN device performance.


drasyl 0.7.0 released with TUN Device Support and Faster UDP Hole Punching

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Today, we are excited to announce the release of drasyl 0.7.0 with TUN device support, faster UDP hole punching, IP broadcast-based peer discovery, and identity generation utility.


drasyl 0.6.0 released with Support for Netty Handlers, Backpressure Mechanism, and Tunnel Utility

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Today, we are excited to announce the release of drasyl 0.6.0 with support for Netty channel handlers, backpressure mechanism, option to disable data plane encryption, file transfer for wormhole utility, and port tunneling utility.


drasyl 0.5.0 released with E2E Encryption, LAN Discovery, and TCP Fallback

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Today, we are excited to announce the release of drasyl 0.5.0 with end-to-end encryption, an IP multicast-based peer discovery, and TCP-fallback if UDP is blocked.


drasyl 0.4.0 released with UDP Hole Punching, Message Chunking, and Bandwidth Measurement Utility

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Today, we are excited to announce the release of drasyl 0.4.0 with UPD hole punching, message chunking, in-process discovery, static routes, and network bandwidth measurement utility.


drasyl 0.3.0 released with Network Separation, and Groups Plugin

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Today, we are excited to announce the release of drasyl 0.3.0 with network separation, groups plugin, and some performance tweaks.


drasyl 0.2.0 released with Plugin Support, Message Marshaling, and a Wormhole!

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Today, we are excited to announce the release of drasyl 0.2.0 with plugin support, message marshaling, port forwarding, a filesystem-based peer discovery, and an ominous wormhole 🕳️.


drasyl goes Maven Central

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Today we are releasing drasyl 0.1.2. Apart from some bug fixes, this release comes with a pleasant change: Starting with this version, we’re publishing drasyl releases to Maven Central. This means adding our Maven repository to pom.xml is no longer necessary.


drasyl 0.1.0 released - The Journey Begins!

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Today, we are excited to announce the very first release of drasyl 0.1.0. drasyl is an open-source, general-purpose overlay network that is concurrent, resilient, flexible, and automated. It presents itself to the user as a transparent system that offers suitable discovery and awareness methods, mainly focusing on smart city and IoT devices. Nevertheless, drasyl is not limited to smart city and IoT but is intended for universal use in all decentralized Java-based projects.