On behalf of the community, I am pleased to announce that the General Availability (RELEASE) of the Spring Cloud 2023.0.0 Release Train is available today. The release can be found in Maven Central. You can check out the 2023.0 release notes for more information.
This release is based upon Spring Boot 3.2.0.
See all issues in 2023.0.0 here.
- Spring Cloud Gateway Server MVC, a Servlet/Spring MVC compatible gateway is included in 2023.0 (issue, initial PR)
- Gateway Actuator discovery enhancements (PR 3147)
Dear Spring Community,
I am happy to announce the 4.21.0 release of the Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse, Visual Studio Code, and Theia.
- (Spring Boot) Completions experience for request mappings on class method level has been improved
- (Spring Boot) Spring Boot 3.2 upgrade available via OpenRewrite integration
- updated to Eclipse 2023-12 release (new and noteworthy)
Detailed changes can be found in the release notes: https://github.com/spring-projects/sts4/releases/tag/4.21.0.RELEASE
To download the distribution…
Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring!
- today, Spring Cloud, based on Spring Boot 3.2, goes GA! Don't miss this!
- I love this blog by Spring Framework legend Sébastien Deleuze on CDS with Spring Framework 6.1
- I really enjoyed this discussion with Spring Security community legend Laur Spilca
- there's a very interesting blog post here on how Netflix increased application performance with Spring Boot 3 on Java 17
- Digma has a nice blog looking at the new features in Spring Boot 3.2
- I like this blog looking at the power of the
As a follow-up to the Runtime efficiency with Spring blog post, I am happy to share that our exploration of Project Leyden optimizations has led to some interesting discoveries regarding the JDK's little-used CDS ("Class Data Sharing") feature and has materialized into a new feature that we have been able to ship in Spring Framework 6.1.
As stated in the official documentation, Class Data Sharing (CDS) helps reduce the startup time and memory footprint of JVMs by caching class metadata in an archive file so that it can be quickly pre-loaded into a newly launched JVM. This accelerates class…
A Bootiful Podcast: Spring Security legend Laura Spilca joins us to talk Spring Authorization Server and upgrading to Spring Boot 3
Hi, Spring fans! This week, my first as an employee of Broadcom, I am joined by Spring Security community legend Laura Spilca and we talk about all things security, OAuth, and more.
Hi, Spring fans! I hope everyone who celebrated Thanksgiving had a wonderful time. Did you indulge in too much turkey? Anyway, let's jump into this week's edition of This Week in Spring—a particularly special one for a couple of reasons. First, it's our first issue after the launch of Spring Boot 3.2 last Thursday. Second, it's my inaugural post as a member of the Broadcom family. Exciting times!
Spring Boot 3.2: A Game Changer
Spring Boot 3.2 is nothing short of revolutionary. I've delved into its myriad features in an in-depth video, which you can watch here. This release includes:
- reactive cache/scheduled abstraction
- virtual threads (project Loom)
- improved GraalVM native image support
- Spring for Apache Pulsar support
- the new Spring Framework 6.1
- reloadable SSL
- Java 21
- Docker for Neo4J, ActiveMQ, etc.
- dependencies updates (of course)
On behalf of the team and everyone who has contributed, I'm happy to announce that Spring Shell
3.2.0-RC1 has been released and are now available from Maven Central and Spring Repos respectively.
Thanks to all those who have contributed with issue reports and pull requests.
- [11-27] Blog posts updated to refer to the CVE reports published
Users are encouraged to update as soon as possible.
On behalf of the community I am delighted to announce the general availability of Spring Modulith 1.1 and the 1.0.3 bugfix release. This rather short stint after our 1.0 GA release in just three months ago brings us back in sync with the Spring Boot release train which we are going to follow going forward. We still managed to package up quite a few great new features, most notably:
- Support for event externalization into AMQP, Kafka, JMS, AWS SNS and SQS (the latter two contributed by Maciej Walkowiak) #248 #344
- API to deal with completed and incompleted event publications #294
- Strengthened relationship constraints for code residing in the application root #317
Nowinterface extracted from
Momentsand additional methods to access today (
LocalDate) and the current point in time as
@ApplicationModuleListenermoved into the
eventspackage (in the
- Support for the actuators in native images #376, #375
- A Neo4j implementation of the Event Publication Repository (contributed by Gerrit Meier) …