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Remotely Exploitable Java Zero Day Exploits through Deserialization

by Alex Blewitt on  Nov 07, 2015 7

According to a recent security analysis by Foxglove Security suggests that applications using deserialization may be vulnerable to a zero-day exploit. This includes libraries including OpenJDK, Apache Commons, Spring and Groovy. InfoQ investigates.

JavaOne 2015 Preview

by Matt Raible on  Oct 25, 2015

In preparation for JavaOne 2015, InfoQ held a Q&A session with a number of speakers at this year's conference that caught our eye.

Ratpack 1.0 Launches Aiming to make Asynchronous Programming Easier on the JVM

by Charles Humble on  Sep 25, 2015 13

Ratpack, a high performance Java web framework, has reached 1.0 status. The 1.0 release is API-stable and can be considered production ready. The main thing that makes Ratpack interesting is the execution model, which aims to make asynchronous programming on the JVM easier.

SpringXD being Re-architected and Re-branded to Spring Cloud Data Flow

by Charles Humble on  Sep 25, 2015

Pivotal announced a complete re-design of Spring XD, its big data offering, during last week’s SpringOne2GX conference, with a corresponding re-brand from Spring XD to Spring Cloud Data Flow. The new product is focussed on orchestration.

Groovy and Grails Plans Announced at SpringOne2GX

by Charles Humble on  Sep 23, 2015

During the second technical keynote at SpringOne2GX last week Guillaume Laforge talked about plans for Groovy 2.4.x and 2.5. Perhaps the most significant is improved compiler performance with a new Abstract Syntax Tree (AST) class reader in place of using class loading tricks.

High Level Plans for Spring 4.3 and 5.0 Announced at SpringOne2GX

by Charles Humble on  Sep 18, 2015

During the opening night keynote at SpringOne2GX Juergen Hoeller, Principal Engineer at Pivotal Inc and Spring Framework project lead, outlined the company's high level plans for the Spring Framework.

QCon SF 2015 Update: Workshops at a glance (Nov 19-20)

by Wesley Reisz on  Aug 13, 2015

At QCon San Francisco, we offer two days of workshops (Nov 19-20). Workshops focus on developing the technical skills that leverage technologies you heard about from our expert practitioners during the conference sessions. Here is a glimpse at some of the experts you can learn from QCon SF ‘15 workshops.

Grails 3.0: Built on Spring Boot and Gradle

by Matt Raible on  Apr 22, 2015

The Grails team released Grails 3.0, a complete rewrite of the popular MVC framework now based on Spring Boot. Grails 3.0 contains a number of new features including Groovy 2.4 and Android support, Spring 4.1, and Gradle replacing the old Gant-build system.

Spring Security 4.0: WebSocket, Spring Data and Test Support

by Matt Raible on  Apr 21, 2015

The Spring Security team released Spring Security 4.0.0, adding several new features as well as more default security. Major themes include WebSocket Security, Spring Data integration, better testing support and the introduction of Spring Session as a new (Apache licensed) open source project.

Spring XD 1.1: Simplifying Big Data like Spring Did for Java EE

by Matt Raible on  Mar 05, 2015

Pivotal recently released Spring XD 1.1 GA with new features including stream processing with Reactor, RxJava, Spark Streaming and Python. Additionally support for Kafka, batching and compression with RabbitMQ, and support for container group management when running on YARN are now featured.

JHipster 2.0 Released with AngularJS improvements, Liquibase diffs, and Spring WebSockets

by Matt Raible on  Jan 29, 2015

JHipster, the Yeoman generator for Spring Boot/Angular projects, released version 2.0 earlier this month, with some notable changes: 1) the AngularJS code has been modularized, making it easier to use JHipster for larger projects and 2) Liquibase is now able to create "diffs" between the JPA code and the database, making it easier to update your database schema.

Spring Boot 1.2.1 Released

by Simon Maple and Victor Grazi on  Jan 20, 2015

InfoQ speaks to Spring Boot co-creator Phil Webb about the latest release of Pivotal's convention over configuration offering for bootstrapping Spring based projects.

Pivotal Pulls Groovy/Grails Funding

by Victor Grazi on  Jan 19, 2015 10

Pivotal Software today announced that it will be withdrawing funding for the popular Groovy and Grails frameworks after March 31, 2015. Pivotal cited their larger strategy to concentrate resources on accelerating both commercial and open source projects that support its growing traction in Platform-as-a-Service, Data, and Agile development.

Spring Framework 4.1 Release Supports JCache (JSR-107) Annotations

by Abhishek Sharma on  Oct 06, 2014

Spring Framework 4.1 provides comprehensive support for JCache (JSR-107) annotations using Spring's existing cache configuration and infrastructure abstraction. The new release also supports JMS and performance enhancements and WebSocket refinements.

Spring Data Release Train - Spring 4.0, Limiting Queries, SpEL, ALPS

by Bienvenido David on  Sep 26, 2014

Spring Data release train Evans is now generally available. The release train includes 11 Spring Data modules that help developers build data access layers on top of both relational and non-relational data stores.

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