Spring Tools 4.6.1 released

Releases | Martin Lippert | April 22, 2020 | ...

Dear Spring Community,

I am happy to announce the 4.6.1 release of the Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse, Visual Studio Code, and Theia.

Highlights from this release include:

  • (Spring Boot) improvement: Spring yaml validation doesn't understand the "<<:" syntax (#440)
  • (Spring Boot) improvement: YAML Property completion: Superclass properties not detected in case of List or Map (#449)
  • (Spring Boot) improvement: improved performance for content-assist for Spring XML config files
  • (Spring Boot) bugfix: Quick Fix for unknown properties broken (#442)
  • (Eclipse) improvement: early access builds on Eclipse 2020-06 milestone builds available
  • (Eclipse) improvement: reduced timeout for ls-based content-assist for the Java Editor, so broken or slow language server behavior should not…

Spring HATEOAS brings you new ways to configure clients

Engineering | Greg L. Turnquist | April 22, 2020 | ...

Dear Spring community,

With Spring HATEOAS’s recent 1.1.0.M3 release, we bring you a new way to configure clients!

The first step in building hypermedia-based services may be configuring your server, which Spring HATEOAS has provided for a long time through its @EnableHypermediaSupport().

The next major step is building a client that can parse that hypermedia output. This has always been available, but it required you to know some of the deepest innards of the Spring Framework.

Until today.

With the latest version of Spring HATEOAS, it has been made much easier to configure RestTemplate, WebClient, or WebTestClient

This Week in Spring - April 21st, 2020

Engineering | Josh Long | April 21, 2020 | ...

Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! It's been another fun-filled week since we last spoke. I just finished presenting an online talk for the Norwegian jaavBin Java User Group association - that was a ton of fun! - and now I'm preparing tomorrow's "Spring Tips" installment.

And, without further ado, let's get to it!

Spring Boot for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire 1.3.0.M4 Available

Releases | John Blum | April 20, 2020 | ...

On behalf of the Spring, Apache Geode and Pivotal GemFire communities, it is my pleasure to announce the release of Spring Boot for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire (SBDG) 1.3.0.M4.

SBDG 1.3.0.M4 builds on Spring Boot 2.3.0.M4 and is based on Spring Framework 5.2.5.RELEASE, Spring Data Neumann-RC1, Spring Session for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire (SSDG) 2.3.0.RC2 and Spring Test for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire (STDG) 0.0.14.RELEASE.

Additionally, SBDG 1.3.0.M4 is now based on Apache Geode 1.12.0 and Pivotal GemFire 9.10.0.

You can find the 1.3.0.M4 release bits in the Spring Milestone Repository as well as on start.spring.io by using the Spring Initializer to create a Spring for Apache Geode

Spring Session for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire 2.3.0.RC2 Available

Releases | John Blum | April 20, 2020 | ...

On behalf of the Spring, Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire communities, it is my pleasure to announce the release of Spring Session for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire (SSDG) 2.3.0.RC2.

SSDG 2.3.0.RC2 builds on Spring Framework 5.2.5.RELEASE, Spring Data Neumann-RC1 and Spring Session core 2.3.0.RC1

SSDG 2.3.0.RC2 pulls in transitive dependencies determined by Spring Boot 2.3.0.M4. Indeed, SSDG 2.3.0.RC2 is suited to be used with Spring Boot 2.3.0.M4.

Release bits are available in Spring’s Milestone Repository.

Please see the changelog for further details.


As always, any feedback is…

Spring Cloud App Broker 1.0.5 released

Releases | Roy Clarkson | April 17, 2020 | ...

We are pleased to announce the release of Spring Cloud App Broker 1.0.5. This release includes the following fixes and improvements:

  • Upgrade to Spring Boot 2.1.13.RELEASE
  • Allow a ServiceInstanceService bean to be provided by a consuming application
  • Correct an issue where the backing app environment was not being updated when the service instance was upgraded
  • If specified, the routes property now takes precedence over host, hosts, domain and domains properties
  • Correct an issue where synchronous binding and unbinding requests were not being properly handled



Spring Cloud 2020.0.0-M1 Released

Releases | Spencer Gibb | April 17, 2020 | ...

On behalf of the community, I am pleased to announce that the Milestone 1 (M1) of the Spring Cloud 2020.0.0 (Code Name: Ilford) Release Train is available today. The release can be found in the Spring Milestone repository. You can check out the 2020 release notes for more information.

Notable Changes in the 2020 Release Train

We have changed our release train versioning scheme. We now follow Calendar Versioning or calver for short. We will follow the YYYY.MINOR.MICRO scheme where MINOR is an incrementing number that starts at zero each year. The MICRO segment corresponds to suffixes previously used: .0 is analogous to .RELEASE and .2 is analogous to .SR2. Pre-release suffixes will also change from using a . to a - for the separator, for example 2020.0.0-M1 and 2020.0.0-RC2. We will also stop prefixing snapshots with BUILD- -- for example 2020.0.0-SNAPSHOT

Spring Tips: The GraalVM Native Image Builder Feature

Engineering | Josh Long | April 16, 2020 | ...

speaker: Josh Long (@starbuxman)

Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of Spring Tips. In this installment, we're going to look at the new support just released for building Spring Boot applications with GraalVM. We've looked at GraalVM and native images in another Spring Tips when we looked at Spring Fu.

GraalVM is several things. It's a C1 replacement for a standard OpenJDK install. You can listen to this episode of my podcast, A Bootiful Podcast, with GraalVM contributor and Twitter engineer Chris Thalinger, for more details on this use of GraalVM. It lets you run regular Sring…

Announcing the Spring Authorization Server

Engineering | Rob Winch | April 15, 2020 | ...

I am pleased to announce the Spring Authorization Server project. It is a community-driven project led by the Spring Security team and is focused on delivering Authorization Server support to the Spring community.

A Foundation for Success

The story of how we got here is long, but the key takeaway is short and sweet: Spring would not be what it is without our amazing community.

Almost a decade ago, we brought in a community-driven, open-source project, Spring Security OAuth, and made it part of the Spring portfolio of projects. Since its inception, it has evolved into a mature project that supports a large portion of the OAuth specification, including resource servers, clients, login, and the authorization server. It is no wonder that it has become the basis for UAA, which, among other things, acts as the identity management service for all Cloud Foundry

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