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First Release Candidate of Spring Data Release Train Gosling Available

On behalf of the Spring Data team, I am pleased to announce the availability of the first and final release candidate of Spring Data release train Gosling. The release ships 121 fixes and enhancements, most notably the following ones:

  • Querydsl integration for Spring MVC and Spring Data REST (see the example for details).
  • Improved compatibility with Spring Framework 4.2 and Spring Boot dev tools.
  • Spring Data JPA now exposes a JpaContext to easily obtain an EntityManager per domain type.
  • RepositoryRestConfigurer for less invasive configuration in Spring Data REST.
  • Spring Data Redis uses Lettuce fork maintained by Mark Paluch.
  • Support for ReadPreference in Spring Data MongoDB aggregations.
  • Support for range facets in Spring Data Solr.
  • Dependency upgrades to Spring Framework 4.1.7, Guava 18 and Jackson 2.6.

We’re now heading towards a GA in roundabout 4 weeks. So it’s perfect timing to give the release candidates a spin and report any findings you might run into upgrading.

SpringOne 2GX 2015 is around the corner!

Only a few more days until the early-bird pricing runs out for SpringOne2GX in Washington, DC soon. It’s simply the best opportunity to find out first hand all that’s going on and to provide direct feedback. We’re going to showcase a lot of the work currently and progress and give an in-depth view into state of the art data access.

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