In November of last year, the team released major versions across the Spring portfolio, shepherding in a new foundation for enterprise application development on the JVM for the next decade. With that round of major versions, the Java baseline for the projects was increased from Java 8 to Java 17 as well as the migration from Java EE to Jakarta EE. Beyond the new baseline, we introduced new native compilation capabilities via GraalVM as well as improved observability across the portfolio. We realize that, while we put a lot of work into making the upgrade as seamless as we possibly can within…
The Spring team is out in force here at Devnexus! I hope you'll come see us. Here's my annotated look at what sessions I want to see over the oh-so-brief three days of the show.
The fun starts today, with the Spring Boot 3 workshop with Spring Boot cofounder Phil Webb and Micrometer and observability ninja Jonatan Ivanov
Tomorrow, the fun continues! At 10am, our friends over at Vaadin will have a talk, Full Stack Reactive with Spring Boot and React, that looks mighty interesting! My friends and Nate Schutta and Dan Vega have a talk, Spring Recipes: A Collection of Common-Sense Solutions…
A critical piece of infrastructure, the Spring Artifactory instance lies at the heart of the Spring portfolio development work. Since 2013, JFrog, Inc., has generously sponsored the instance for the Spring developer community.
In October 2020, we announced some permissions changes to our Artifactory instance to restrict anonymous access to the platform for third-party dependencies.
At that time, we asked the Community to source Spring releases from Maven Central. Today, we are announcing some changes to our infrastructure in alignment with that request so that we can better position repo…
Here are the results of the survey (which is now closed): https://tanzu.vmware.com/content/ebooks/the-state-of-spring-2022. Thank you for your participation.
Spring fans, our annual survey of the Spring community is back! Last year, we dived into the biggest projects and the most popular app patterns built with Spring, and a whole lot more! You told us your views about Spring Native, Data, and what…
We ran the State of Spring survey last year, and it was a huge success. Spring community members across the globe, like you, shared their views and experiences, and it all made for fantastic reading.
The survey is back this year, and we want to hear from you! How can Spring help you build new apps and experiences this year? What would you like us to change? This year, we have new sections on Spring Native, building & sharing APIs internally…
A critical piece of infrastructure, the Spring Artifactory instance repo.spring.io, lies at the heart of the Spring portfolio development work. Since 2013, JFrog, Inc. has generously sponsored the instance for the Spring developer community.
The Artifactory repository streamlines our project development by acting as a single location where Spring engineers can point their builds and by providing the community with early access to our snapshots and milestones.
Today, we are providing notice of some upcoming changes to the repository.
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The following CVE reports were published today:
- CVE-2020-5403 affecting Reactor Netty
HttpServer0.9.3 and 0.9.4.
- CVE-2020-5404 affecting Reactor Netty
HttpClientfor all 0.8.x and 0.9.x versions in applications where the automatic following of redirects is explicitly enabled.
The fixes are in Reactor Netty 0.9.5 and 0.8.16. If using the reactor-bom, you can upgrade to Dysprosium-SR5 or Californium-SR16.
Reactor Netty is used internally in many frameworks including Spring WebFlux and its
WebClient. If you have a Spring Boot application, you can upgrade to Spring Boot 2.2.5 or 2.1.13.
Spring is constantly evolving and always innovating while being consistent where it matters: delivering a reliable framework to help you build maintainable software, faster. In the last few years, the Spring contributors have worked hard to bring the predictable Spring experience to microservices, serverless, streams, reactive, batch, data, and new languages like Kotlin. Over the coming year, you'll see many more examples of this, including some cool new features that we're just dying to share with you.
However, there was one area of Spring that we felt was desperately in need of some love and…