Ratpack - A toolkit for JVM web applications

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Ratpack is a set of Java libraries for building modern HTTP applications. It provides just enough for writing practical, high performance, apps. It is built on Java 8, Netty and reactive principles. It is similar to NodeJS, helps to implement non blocking HTTP apps in Java.

https://ratpack.io/
https://github.com/ratpack/ratpack

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