What is Jigsaw?
The Jigsaw software provides the Consortium's
Java-based Web server. With a modular architecture and full
HTTP/1.1 compliance, the Jigsaw server is a premier experimental
platform for W3C and the Internet community. The server uses an
object-oriented approach when it comes to the storage of files
and the processing of incoming requests, making it both more
efficient and easily extensible.
Goals of this site
Demonstrate some of Jigsaw capabilities
Demonstrate some HTTP/1.1 features
Testing Jigsaw server in real life (See some
statistics on this server usage).
Early access to experimental versions of
Distribution of Jigsaw releases.
It also completes the main
Jigsaw home page with latest
Running as a servlet
A set of Jigsaw features demos.
Automatic extraction of RDF comment, as described in note
retrieving photos using RDF and HTTP , here is a picture and its
metadata. Also, index
pages can be generated automatically from the embeded
Some HTTP/1.1 tests
HTTP/1.1 Put tool
A tool to embed RDF description in pictures
20010116 - Hardware upgrade,
see the Status page.
20000911 - Updated jdk
20000828 - Patched the kernel