Spring Session 1.0.0.RELEASE
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This release was published by Rob Winch
I’m pleased to announce the release of Spring Session 1.0.0.RELEASE. You can find the release in Maven Central.
At this time search.maven.org has not yet indexed spring-session yet, but it will resolve as a maven dependency from Maven Central.
Spring Session provides the following features:
- API and implementations (i.e. Redis) for managing a user’s session
- HttpSession - allows replacing the HttpSession in an application container (i.e. Tomcat) neutral way. Additional features include:
- Clustered Sessions - Spring Session makes it trivial to support clustered sessions without being tied to an application container specific solution.
- Multiple Browser Sessions - Spring Session supports managing multiple users’ sessions in a single browser instance (i.e. multiple authenticated accounts similar to Google).
- RESTful APIs - Spring Session allows providing session ids in headers to work with RESTful APIs
- WebSocket - provides the ability to keep the HttpSession alive when receiving WebSocket messages
- Lot’s of sample applications with Guides to get you started fast!
A special thanks to all the community feedback and support. I’d like to especially thankChristopher Smith for all of his great feedback. If you find an issue or what a new feature, please report it or better yet create a pull request.
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