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  • Quarkus 1.11 Introduces State Preserving Reload in Development Mode

    Quarkus’ development mode, a hot redeploy mechanism through which code changes in an application will be recompiled and reloaded when refreshed in the browser, was improved with a new ability: state preserving reload. InfoQ reached out to Stuart Douglas, senior principal software engineer at Red Hat, for a deeper understanding of Quarkus’ development mode.

  • Java News Roundup - Week of March 29th, 2021

    This week’s Java roundup features news on: the proposed JDK 17 proposed release schedule; Confluent providing early access to KIP-500, an internal metadata store for Apache Kafka that will ultimately remove its dependency on Apache ZooKeeper; Red Hat and AWS announcing the Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS; and point releases for Quarkus, Micronaut and Spring Data.

  • Grails Foundation Established to Advance Adoption of Grails Framework

    Object Computing, Inc. (OCI) has announced the creation of the Grails Foundation, a not-for-profit company established to advance innovation and adoption of the Grails framework. The foundation will receive initial funding of $200,000 from OCI for development and evangelism. Jeff Scott Brown and Puneet Behl spoke to InfoQ about the formation of the foundation.

  • Micronaut 2.0 Enhances Tooling, Improves Support for Serverless and GraalVM

    Object Computing, Inc. (OCI) has formally released Micronaut 2.0, a major release of the full-stack JVM-based framework that helps create microservices-based, cloud-native and serverless applications utilizing languages such as Java, Groovy, and Kotlin.

  • Eventuate Platform Adds Support for Micronaut, Enhanced Developer Tooling and Improved Performance

    Eventuate.io has released a new version of the Eventuate platform, adding support for Micronaut, enhanced developer tooling, and improved performance. It also upgrades to Java 14 and Spring Boot 2.2.6.

  • Svelte Adds Official TypeScript Support

    The Svelte JavaScript framework leverages TypeScript, but until recently, it was challenging to use TypeScript to create Svelte web apps. The latest Svelte updates add official TypeScript support to Svelte.

  • Micronaut Foundation Established to Advance Adoption of Micronaut Framework

    Object Computing, Inc. (OCI) has announced the creation of the Micronaut Foundation, a not-for-profit company established to advance innovation and adoption of the Micronaut framework. The foundation will receive initial funding of $2M from OCI for development and evangelism. Jeff Scott Brown, Grails and Micronaut practice lead at OCI, spoke to InfoQ about the formation of the foundation.

  • Micronaut Servlet - a New Micronaut Project for Servlet API Developers

    Object Computing has introduced Micronaut Servlet, a new Micronaut project that runs applications on traditional servlet containers. This provides an alternative for Micronaut’s built-in HTTP server for developers who are already familiar with traditional servlet containers and have a significant investment in the servlet ecosystem. Micronaut Servlet supports Tomcat, Jetty and Undertow.

  • OCI Releases Micronaut 1.3 Featuring Micronaut Data 1.0

    Object Computing, Inc. released Micronaut 1.3 featuring the milestone release of project Micronaut Data 1.0, a database access toolkit using Ahead of Time compilation to pre-compute queries for repository interfaces executed by a lightweight runtime layer. Micronaut Data provides an API for translating a Query model into a query at compile time and provides runtime support for supported databases.

  • JakartaOne 2019: Livestream 7pm to 1am Summary

    The JakartaOne Livestream global virtual conference was held on September 10th, 2019, with 19 one-hour sessions. It provided insights into the current state and the future of Jakarta EE and MicroProfile technologies, focused on cloud native Java development. The sessions included keynotes, demos, panel discussions, and upcoming specifications delivered by an all-star cast of Java luminaries.

  • Vaadin 14 Simplifies Progressive Web App Development on the Java Platform

    Vaadin, an open source web framework for Java developers, recently introduced their latest long term support version 14. This release comes with multiple new UI components, simplified theming and support for npm as the frontend package manager. InfoQ spoke to Matti Tahvonen, developer advocate at Vaadin, about this release.

  • J2CL: A Java-to-JavaScript Transpiler

    J2CL is a source-to-source compiler that converts Java to Javascript. It attempts to solve a different problem than similar Java-to-Javascript frameworks such as GWT. Likewise, J2CL is not meant to compete with or replace existing JavaScript frameworks; J2CL is about interoperability and cross-platform code reuse.

  • Micronaut 1.1 Features Enhanced Support for Building Cloud-Native Applications

    During the recent Google Cloud Next conference, Object Computing, Inc. (OCI) announced the release of Micronaut 1.1 featuring support for gRPC, GraphQL, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), RabbitMQ and Amazon Web Services (AWS). There is also a new Bean Introspection API that replaces the JDK Introspector class and new templates for the Micronaut Test project.

  • Micronaut for Spring Allows Spring Boot Apps to Run as Micronaut Apps

    In conjunction with the minor release of Micronaut 1.0.1, Object Computing, Inc. (OCI) also released Micronaut for Spring 1.0 M1. Using Ahead-of-Time compilation, Micronaut for Spring allows for: integrating Spring components into a Micronaut application; running Spring applications as Micronaut applications; and exposing Micronaut beans to a Spring application.

  • The Road to Micronaut 1.0: A JVM-Based Full-Stack Framework

    A year in the making, the road to Micronaut 1.0 has accelerated within the past three weeks as Object Computing (OCI) has published release candidates RC1, RC2 and RC3. Micronaut is a full-stack JVM-based framework for creating microservice-based applications that can be written in Java, Groovy, and Kotlin. Graeme Rocher, principal software engineer at OCI, spoke to InfoQ about Micronaut 1.0.

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