This release includes tons of updates and fixes. The highlights include:
- Uses content negotiation to determine how to prompt user for authentication when multiple authentication mechanisms (i.e. HTTP Basic and Form login) enabled
- AbstractSecurityWebApplicationInitializer allows registering Java Configuration directly
- A number of bugs fixed
Refer to Spring Security 3.2.0.RC1 preview for more details about this release.
To learn about all the new features within Spring Security 3.2 attend my Getting Started with Spring Security 3.2 presentation at SpringOne2GX September 9-12, 2013. If you haven't already gotten your tickets, do so now before its too late!