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  • Spring Boot 2.2 Reaches First Milestone Release with Performance and Memory Improvements

    The Spring Boot team recently released v2.2.0 M1, the first milestone release of Spring Boot 2.2. It includes performance and memory improvements, Kubernetes-detection, and third-party library updates. Over 140 issues were resolved with this release. Starting with this release, JMX is now disabled by default.

  • 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.

  • Spring Boot 2.0 Nears GA

    The release of Spring Boot version 2.0 general availability came a step closer with release candidate 1 (RC1) being announced on January 31st. Even at this late stage some noteworthy additions are still being released, alongside a huge number of issues and pull requests closed.

  • Spring Boot 2.0 Will Feature Improved Actuator Endpoints

    The upcoming release of Spring Boot 2.0.0 M4 will feature an improved actuator endpoint infrastructure featuring new mapping, easier creation of user-defined endpoints, and improved security. Stéphane Nicoll, principal software engineer at Pivotal, spoke to InfoQ about these actuator endpoints.

  • Solving Fat JAR Woes at HubSpot

    Spring Boot 1.4 and Dropwizard 1.0 were both released at the end of July, using fat JARs. As adoption of such frameworks and microservices increases, fat JARs are becoming a more common deployment mechanism. Earlier HubSpot cited issues where Fat JARs deployments experienced problems with the maven-shade-plugin, and efficiency problems when packaging 100,000 tiny files as a JAR.

  • Spring Cloud Brixton.RELEASE Reaches General Availability

    On May 11th, 2016 Pivotal announced that their latest release of Spring Cloud has reached General Availability (GA). InfoQ recently had the chance to chat with Pieter Humphrey, consulting product marketing manager at Pivotal, to gain further insight into this release and the state of their platform.

  • JHipster 3.0 Released with Microservices Support

    The JHipster team has released JHipster 3.0 with new support for microservices, and with new options to generate a complete microservices architecture.

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

    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.

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

    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

    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.

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

    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

    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.

  • Spring Boot Goes GA

    Pivotal, last week, announced the first general availability release of the Spring Boot framework.

  • Spring 4 Enhances Support for Java 8, Java EE 7, REST and HTML5

    Last Thursday, Pivotal released Spring 4.0, the first major release since 2009. The new release supports Java 8 with expression of callbacks using lambdas, JSR 310 Date and Time API, and parameter name discovery.

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