On behalf of the community, I am pleased to announce that Spring Security 5.1.1 (changelog) Spring Security 5.0.9 (changelog) and 4.2.9 (changelog) have been released. The releases primarily deliver bug fixes and dependency version updates along with some minor improvements. The releases will be found in the upcoming Spring Boot maintenance releases coming this week.
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If you’re interested in helping out, check out the “ideal for contribution” tag in the issue repository. If you have general questions, please ask on stackoverflow.com using the
spring-boot tag or chat with the community on Gitter.
On behalf of the Spring Data team, I’d like to announce the availability of the Lovelace SR1, Kay SR11, and Ingalls SR16 maintenance releases. All of these releases pick up the latest Spring Framework maintenance releases: 5.1.1, 5.0.10, and 4.3.20, respectively. Spring Boot is going to pick up Kay SR11 and Ingalls SR16 for easier consumption with its Spring Boot releases 2.0.6 1.5.17 releases, respectively.
The service releases ship with mostly bug fixes and a few dependency upgrades and with over 70 issues fixed in total. You can find the complete list of issues by following the links below:
On behalf of the team, I am pleased to announce that Spring Framework 5.1.1, 5.0.10 and 4.3.20 are available now.
The first maintenance release of the 5.1 line includes over 30 fixes and improvements. Spring Framework 5.0.10 also includes a wide range of 20 fixes and improvements while Spring Framework 4.3.20 is a rather minimal patch release.
The first release candidate of Spring Boot 2.1, based on Spring Framework 5.1.1, is around the corner! We’ll also follow up with corresponding Spring Boot 2.0.6 and 1.5.17 releases later this week.
We’re please to announce the release of Spring Cloud Open Service Broker 3.0.0.M1. The 3.0 release introduces full reactive support and builds upon 2.1.0.M1, which will support additions and changes in the Open Service Broker API v2.14. This release includes:
- First class support for Spring WebFlux and Project Reactor
- The starter has been renamed because it now supports both Spring web frameworks
- Introduces several reactive life cycle hooks for performing additional operations
Include the following Spring Boot starter:
We’re please to announce the release of Spring Cloud Open Service Broker 2.1.0.M1. The 2.1.0 release will support additions and changes in the Open Service Broker API v2.14. This release includes:
- Support providing an updated
dashboard_urlwhen updating a service instance
- Resolves issues with deserializing the model objects that were converted to the builder pattern
View the closed issue list on GitHub. The next release, 2.1.0.M2, will include support for asynchronous bindings. Watch for it in the coming weeks.
On behalf of the community, I’d like to announce the general availability of Spring Vault 2.1. Spring Vault 2.1 requires JDK 8 or higher and specifically supports JDK 11 as the next long-term support release. The most notable changes of Spring Vault 2.1 are:
- Extending infrastructure-based authentication to support Google Cloud IAM and Azure Managed Service Identity.
- Integrating Vault’s versioned Key-Value backend.
- Wrapping API support.
- Java 11 compatibility.
This release is compatible with Vault versions from
0.5.2 up to
On behalf of the Spring Batch team, I’m pleased to announce that Spring Batch 4.1.0.RC1 is now available on Github and the Pivotal download repository.
In this release, we worked mainly on making Spring Batch build and run correctly on Java 8, 9, 10 and 11! This release is based on Spring Framework 5.1 GA as well as the latest versions of Spring Integration, Spring AMQP and Spring Data. For a complete list of changes, please refer to the change log.
Our plan is to release Spring Batch 4.1 GA by the end of October right in time for Spring Boot 2.1 GA. The focus will be on making this release candidate as stable as possible so please help us by testing new features and submitting your feedback on JIRA, StackOverflow or Gitter. You can consume Spring Batch 4.1.0.RC1 with Spring Boot 2.1.0.M4.
After a decade of rolling out updates and improvements to the famous Spring Tool Suite and the Spring IDE components for Eclipse, a new era of Spring tooling starts today and we welcome you to the all-new Spring Tools 4. After an intensive period of public betas, we are happy to announce the first official release today.
Spring Tools 4 is a completely new set of tools for working with Spring projects in your favorite IDEs and editors. They are re-built from scratch with the goal in mind to provide the best support for implementing enterprise-grade applications based on Spring and Spring Boot across development environments and lightweight editors. They provide a unique editor-centric experience for working with Spring projects, ranging from smart and Spring-aware content-assist to a unique new way of connecting your source code with and enriching it with detailed information and insights from your running Spring Boot applications. This puts your source code editor side-by-side with your running boot applications.