This Week in Spring: Spring Framework 4.3, jOOQ with Spring Boot, and Yak-Shaving
Come check out what's new in the world of Spring this week!
Join the DZone community and get the full member experience.Join For Free
Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week I’m in London and Amsterdam (for the epic GOTO Amsterdam conference as well as the JDriven meetup and the Dutch Spring User Group). We’ve got a lot to cover, as usual, so let’s get to it!
- Spring framework 4.3, packed with all sorts of niceties, is now available. This release provides all sorts of cool updates to various libraries (Hibernate ORM, Jackson, Netty, Undertow, Tomcat) and supports two features I’m quite excited about: auto-injection in constructors of Spring-managed components whose parameters are unambiguously resolved by other types in the application context and the ability to inject types into a
- Marius Bogoevici just announced a critical update to Spring Cloud Stream, 1.0.2.RELEASE, is now available for immediate use
- The good Dr. David Syer posted the second in a series of posts looking at the reactive programming landscape. This post looks specifically at Project Reactor. Check it out!
- Spring Integration ninja Artem Bilan just announced that Spring Integration 4.3.GA is now available! This release is packed with all sorts of cool stuff so grab the bits and go ASAP!
- I really dig this blog on how Cloud Foundry will save the world from too much yak-shaving
- Want to quickly build a UI with which to edit data in MySQL? The Vaadin blog has a nice blog introducing a way to build one using Vaadin and Spring Boot
- This looks interesting: an
- As usual, our buddy Baeldung nails it again with this post on using JOOQ with Spring Boot
- This is an interesting post from Bartosz Jedrzejewskion isolating and reusing functionality with Microservices demonstrated in terms of Spring Cloud.
- The Apereo CAS application, which is meant to be an enterprise single-signon solution, just released CAS version 5.0.0.M2. This release is built on Spring Boot and Spring Cloud, and so a lot of the work in the evolution is providing intelligent auto-configurations. Check it out!
Published at DZone with permission of Josh Long, DZone MVB. See the original article here.
Opinions expressed by DZone contributors are their own.