Nerot schedules execution of a Java instance or static method (with arguments you provide) and stores the result in-memory for quick asynchronous retrieval. Basically, it is like traditional response caching, only faster. You never wait on a request after cache expires, because cache never expires. Cache is only refreshed when the scheduled task executes without error. You can wrap any class or Object instance in a GenericTask to call it and store the result in cache. If you are interested in getting an RSS feed, you can use the built-in RSS feed retrieval task. If you are interested in just doing an HTTP GET request (without authentication), you can use the built-in HTTP GET task. Tasks and Stores are fully customizable and extensible.
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