On behalf of the community I’m pleased to announce the release of Spring Session 2.0.0.RC1. This release puts some final touches to preparing for 2.0.0.RELEASE. You can find the complete changelog in github, with the highlights below:
The Spring Blog
On behalf of the community, I’m pleased to announce the release of Spring Security 5.0.0.RC1. This release resolves 150+ issues. Below are the highlights of this release:
WebFlux Security Highlights
OAuth 2.0 Highlights
On behalf of the community, I am pleased to announce that the Milestone 3 (M3) of the Spring Cloud Finchley Release Train is available today. The release can be found in Spring Milestone repository. You can check out the Finchley release notes for more information.
A common theme among many of the projects included in the Finchley release train is adding support for WebFlux, WebClient, Micrometer or other integrations within the Spring Reactive theme.
On behalf of the Spring Cloud team, it is my pleasure to announce a new milestone release of Spring Cloud Pipelines -
This release adds a lot of new features and quality and testing improvements. As for main features, we’ve added Kubernetes support for Jenkins and Concourse. As for quality and testing, we’ve written over 150 Bash tests, added Shellcheck, EditorConfig and written more Jenkins tests. We’ve also unified the project’s documentation that now can be available for each milestone under Spring Cloud Static gh-pages. The docs for
1.0.0.M7 are available here - http://cloud.spring.io/spring-cloud-static/spring-cloud-pipelines/1.0.0.M7/
On behalf of the team, I am pleased to announce the release of Spring Cloud Skipper 1.0 M1.
Skipper is a lightweight tool that allows you to discover Spring Boot applications and manage their lifecycle on multiple Cloud Platforms. You can use Skipper standalone or integrate it with Continuous Integration pipelines to help implement the practice of Continuous Deployment.
The main features in Skipper 1.0 M1 are:
- Define multiple platform accounts where Spring Boot applications can be deployed. Supported platforms are Local, Cloud Foundry, and Kubernetes.
- Substitute variables in Mustache templated files that describe how to deploy applications to a platform.
- Search Package Repositories for existing applications.
- Upgrade/Rollback a package based on a simple blue/green workflow.
- Store the history of resolved template files (aka ‘application manifests’) which represent the final description of what has been deployed to a platform for a specific release.
- Use via a standalone interactive shell or web API.
On behalf of everyone who contributed, it’s my pleasure to announce that Spring REST Docs 2.0.0.RC1 has been released and is available from https://repo.spring.io/milestone/.
Spring REST Docs 2.0 is the latest generation of the project and requires Spring Framework 5.0 and Java 8.
The main highlight of the 2.0 release is support for using Spring WebFlux’s
WebTestClient to document an API.
WebTestClient can be used for lightweight testing and documentation of APIs implemented using WebFlux Fn and WebFlux’s annotation-based programming model. It can also be used to document any API that’s accessible via HTTP, something that was previously only possible when using REST Docs’ REST Assured support.
A shipment of fixes and goodies has arrived and it is brought to you by the new
Bismuth-SR3 Bill Of Material. This version is now used by Spring Framework 5.0.1 ! Our site projectreactor.io reflects those latest updates.
A quality update including more than 20 fixes and just a couple new features: Kotlin extensions for Reactor conversion from
Publisher and the
Flux#limitRequest operator alternative to
Flux#take with an explicit upper limit to the produced demand.
We are now working on
3.1.2.RELEASE. Have a look at our issues backlog for a more detailed scope.
On behalf of the community, I am pleased to announce that the Release Candidate 1 (RC1) of the Spring Cloud Edgware Release Train is available today. The release can be found in Spring Milestone repository. You can check out the Edgware release notes for more information.
A number of starters did not follow normal Spring Cloud naming conventions. In Edgware, use of the deprecated starter will log a warning with the name of the new starter to use in its place. Below is a table of the deprecated starters and their replacements
We are pleased to announce that Spring Batch 4.0.0.M5 is now available via Github and the Pivotal download repository. This release represents the fifth milestone for the Spring Batch 4.0 release. Many thanks to all that contributed to this release.
This milestone continues the work laid out in the previous 4.0.0 milestones. Specific updates include:
- Dependency updates
- Continued updates to documentation
As the dependency graph of Spring Boot 2 evolves, we have been updating our dependencies to be in line with them. This round includes updates to pull in the GA release of Spring Framework 5 as well as Spring Data Kay. Spring Integration 5.0.0.M7 was also pulled in for this release.
Dear Spring community,
In addition to addressing various user-reported bugs, we’ve applied minor refactorings to clean up unintended leftovers from the 5.0 GA release, e.g. for the reactive codec configurers.
This release upgrades Reactor to Bismuth SR3, based on Reactor Core 3.1.1, picking up essential fixes in Reactor Netty. Furthermore, AspectJ 1.8.12 brings some welcome performance improvements to Spring AOP’s pointcut expression evaluation at runtime.