Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! I’m in Pleasanton, CA, visiting one of Pivotal’s large customers, and then tomorrow it’s off to New York City for my talk there at the Kafka Summit with the excellent Tim Berglund and James Watters. Join us! Then, next week it’s off to South Africa (for the SpringOne Tour shows in Capetown and Johannesburg) and then it’s off to Mauritius for the DevConf - if you’re in any of those places, don’t hesitate to say hi!.
Also, totally worth including that on Sunday Spring Framework marked the 15th anniversary of its release on the 25th of March, 2004! Happy 15th birthday, Spring!
- Spring Cloud Stream Germantown.M1 /2.2.0.M1 Release Announcement
- Spring Boot for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire 1.0.0.M4 Released!
- Spring Initializr updates
- In last week’s A Bootiful Podcast installment I talked all things Axon and CQRS with AxonIQ’s Steven van Beelen and Pivotal’s Ben Wilcock. Don’t miss it!
- In last week’s (extra, and extra short) Spring Tips I looked at reactive MySQL support with Jasync SQL and R2DBC. It’s fun to see all the new reactive options emerging.
- Announcing General Availability of Spring Cloud Function - 2.1.0.M1
- Want to learn all about Spring Cloud Contract from the source? Check out this OReilly media course by Spring Cloud Contract founder Marcin Grzejszczak
- The Spring Initializr now shows the dependencies again!
- Interesting insight from Roy T. Fielding, the creator of REST and one of the major contributors to HTTP itself, on what “REST” is: “I disagree that the popular understanding of the term is different. What is different is the desire of certain companies, authors, and speakers to say REST when they know it is just HTTP; not because they don’t know the meaning. Put another way: don’t say ”REST" when you’re not using things like hypermedia (HATEOAS). I need to do better here, too.
- Spring, Functions, Serverless and You, a nice post on The New Stack
- this is a nice post on OAuth security with Spring on the Java Code Geeks. Enjoy!