This Week in Spring: Releases, Spring Cloud, JVM, and More
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Hi, Spring fans! What a week! I’m in Seattle, Washington, where I’ve been spending time with Pivotal partner Microsoft talking about all things Spring, Cloud Foundry, and Azure, and then, tonight, I spoke at the Seattle Java User Group on Reactive Spring.
Tomorrow morning, I’m off to jolie Montreal, Canada, for the epic ConFoo conference. Are you going to be around? Say hi!.
Anyway, without further ado, let’s get to this week’s roundup!
- Memory footprint of the JVM
- Spring Boot 2.2 M1 is out!
- A Bootiful Podcast: Matt Raible and James Ward at Devnexus 2019
- Spring Cloud Greenwich.SR1 is now available
- Spring Data Moore M2 released
- Has there ever been a better time to become a Java developer?
- Spring Cloud Data Flow and Skipper 2.0 GA Released
- I love this post on the nuances of assembly versus subscription in Reactor: Flight of the Flux (part 1)
- Good news, everybody! Today marks the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web! Tim Berners Lee, who created the HTTP web, has a stark warning for us that's worth our attention.
- This is an interesting third-party project that generates HTTP request snippets for SpringFox, which integrates Swagger with Spring.
- The Codecentric blog has an interesting approach to spotting mismatches between your specification and your REST API with hikakug.
- Have you seen this? A gorgeous Kotlin DSL that lets you build piplines in Kotlin code for the Spinnaker, the continuous delivery pipeline.
- Spring HATEOAS now supports reactive and Spring WebFlux.
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