<dependency> <groupId>org.springframework.geode</groupId> <artifactId>spring-geode-starter</artifactId> <version>1.1.0.RC1</version> </dependency>
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On behalf of the community, I’m pleased to announce the release of Spring Security 5.2.0.M4! You can find the complete details in the changelog and the highlights below:
gh-5300 - Allow configuration of SessionAuthenticationStrategy for CSRF
gh-5557 - DSL nested builder for HTTP security
gh-7082 - Add Chinese Traditional localized messages
gh-7042 - Allow upgrading between different BCrypt encodings
gh-7057 - Allow upgrading between different SCrypt encodings
For more information about the nohttp project see this blog post.
On behalf of the team, I’m pleased to announce Spring Data releases Moore RC2, Lovelace SR10, and Ingalls SR23. All releases pick up the most recent Spring Framework releases and will be picked up by Spring Boot 2.2 RC1, 2.1.7, and 1.5.22 respectively.
Amongst many dependency upgrades, we migrated almost all of our Spring Data core project to use AssertJ assertions. As per our previous annoucement, Ingalls SR23 is the last release of the Spring Data 1.x line to reach its end of life. We highly recommend migrating to Spring Data Lovelace SR10 for all users who still use Spring Data 1.x.
On behalf of the team and everyone who has contributed, I am pleased to announce that a feature-complete Spring Framework 5.2 release candidate is available from our milestone repository now! Find a comprehensive list of new features and refinements on our wiki: from major core container optimizations to reactive transactions and RSocket support.
We are working towards 5.2 RC2 with fine-tuning and performance improvements in August, preparing for 5.2’s general availability in mid September. We’ll also release Spring Boot 2.2 M5 later this week at which point you’ll be able to consume Spring Framework 5.2 RCs through start.spring.io!
It is my pleasure to announce the release of Spring Boot for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire/Pivotal Cloud Cache (SBDG)
This is the 1st of 2 release candidates before the final GA, tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, August 14th, 2019. Be on the lookout for the SBDG 1.1.0.RELEASE then.
You make acquire the new SBDG
1.1.0.RC1 bits from Spring’s
libs-milestone repo here, or by declaring the following dependency declaration in your Maven POM:
On behalf of the team and everyone who has contributed, I am pleased to announce that Spring Framework
4.3.25 are available now.
5.1.9 includes 38 fixes and improvements and is a recommended upgrade for all 5.x users. Spring Framework
5.0.15 includes 16 selected fixes while Spring Framework
4.3.25 includes 10 selected fixes.
Next up is Spring Framework 5.2 RC1 coming up early next week followed by the usual Spring Boot releases, stay tuned!
Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring. This week I’m in sweet San Francisco, soaking up the sun and enjoying the fun of summer. Sure, I’ve got a few meetings, and appearances, etc., but it is very nice to be home. By the by, I’ll be speaking at the upcoming San Francisco Java User Group - come hang out and say hi!
Anyway, lots of good stuff (as usual), so let’s get to it.
- Spring Cloud Data Flow 2.2.0 Released
- Do not miss this extra special episode of A Bootiful Podcast with Spring team legend Oliver Drotbohm
- Simplifying the Spring Cloud Release Train
- Check out this great demonstrationn of Spring Cloud Task / Spring Batch-job executions and the monitoring of it using Spring Cloud Data Flow 2.2 with InfluxDB and Grafana in Spring Cloud Data Flow 2.2
- Hey Milwaukee, come hear Spring Cloud lead Spencer Gibb talk about Spring Cloud Gateway
- Good news everyone! Spring Boot supports Java 13
- Happy Sys-Admin appreciation day!
- I love the possibilities of Spring Cloud Gateway, as is well illustrated in this tweet
- A nice post on Mkyong.com with Spring Boot JDBC Examples
- We love our community members; thanks Vedran Pavic!
The Spring Cloud Data Flow team is pleased to announce the GA release of 2.2.0.
In this GA release, Spring Cloud Data Flow team has worked on some of the key features including task application management, stability on the product by increasing the acceptance tests coverage across platforms (local, Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry), bug fixes and enhancements.
Task Application Management
It is now possible to stop and delete task executions using the SCDF Dashboard and the Shell.
We have added support for task application monitoring using micrometer integration. The core of the Micrometer integration landed in Spring Cloud Task’s 2.2.0 release-line, which by the way is a requirement if you are going to try out the Task-metrics and the SCDF integration.