Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! It’s already almost mid October and I can’t believe we’re almost in 2017! Time is sure flying quickly!
- It’s an honor that today at the JAX London event, the JAX community voted Spring Boot as most innovative contribution to the Java ecosystem. I’m sure I speak for the whole Spring team when I say, Thank You very much!
- Martin Lippert just announced Spring Tool Suite 3.8.2 featuring smarter integration with the Spring Initializr and updates to Eclipse Neon 1 as well as bugfixes.
- I published the first installment of what I hope will be a recurring series of hot-take, live-coded looks at different aspects of the Spring and Pivotal ecosystem.
- Spring Cloud Data Flow ninja Eric Bottard just announced that Spring Cloud Data Flow for Cloud Foundry 1.1M1 and 1.0.1 have ben released
- Spring founder and Atomist CEO Dr. Rod Johnson has a new tool called Atomist which seeks to make your project development lifecycle easier. In this post, Rod looks at how to use Atomist with Spring Boot code
- RedMonk analyst James Governor has some interesting insights in his JAX London talk on the new world of Java, which are summarized in this nice summary blog from JAX
- I did an interview with JAXenter talking about the motivations behind microservices
- I liked this post by Biju Kunjummen on how to customize Spring web suppports
- Boom! Save the date my friends! SpringOne Platform 2017 will be held December 4-7, 2017, at Moscone West in San Francisco! I, for one, can’t freaking wait!
- MyBatis is up and available on the Spring Initializr, announced Spring ninja Stephane Nicoll. Enjoy!
- Cool! InfoQ has a post on the latest Spring Boot releases
- This post on Spring Boot’s embedded web containers, by Dave Burke, is a good read.