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As usual the Camel community continues to be very active. For the
upcoming Camel 2.11 release
we already have five new components in the
All five components started by members of the community and not by
people from the Camel team. For example, the camel-neo4j, and
camel-couchdb components were kindly donated to ASF by Stephen Samuel.
Bilgin Ibryam contributed the camel-cmis component, Cedric Vidal
donated the camel-elastichsearch component, and lastly Scott Sullivan
donated the camel-sjms component.
Since then Scott and Bilgin have been invited into the Camel team, and
both are Camel committers today. Scott will continue to improve and work
on camel-sjms. At this time we are looking for people who wanna give the
current code a test-spin. It will take some time to harden this
component to become as stable as the current camel-jms
component. We anticipate this will be ongoing work over the next couple of
You can click on the links in the bulleted list to get to the Camel
documentation for each of these components, which has some sample code
Also, expect much improved CDI support from Camel in 2.11.
The 'in-progress' release notes of Camel 2.11 can be seen here
Thanks a lot to the very active Camel community and for people who took the time to write components that benefit all of us. Keep up the great
And in case you did not know, Apache Camel comes with a lot of
components out of the box. The screenshot below is a directory listing
from my laptop with the trunk code.
|Camel Components Galore|
PS: There are 133 components.
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