We are proud to announce a new version of Helidon 1.3. The main feature of this release is MicroProfile 3.0 support, but it also includes additional features, bug fixes and performance improvements. Let’s take a closer look.Continue reading
This week Mike Milinkovich announced that Oracle and the Eclipse Foundation agreed that the javax package cannot be evolved by Jakarta EE community and Java trademarks cannot be used in Jakarta EE specifications. How critical is it to Jakarta EE community? Can Jakarta EE survive without javax namespace? Here are my thoughts about it.Continue reading
GraalVM is an open source, high-performance, polyglot virtual machine developed by Oracle Labs. GraalVM offers multiple features, including the ability to compile Java code ahead-of-time into a native executable binary. The binary can run natively on the operating system, without a Java runtime.Continue reading
I am proud to announce that Helidon 1.0 is released. This version brings full MicroProfile 1.2 support in Helidon MP, support for Yasson and Jackson in Helidon SE, and contains bug fixes and performance improvements. We have finished the API changes that we’ve been working on over the last few months. From this point on we will have much greater API stability.
More details are in release notes.
I am very excited to bring you some great news. Today Eclipse GlassFish 5.1 has finally been released and available
on Maven Central:
or can be downloaded from Eclipse web site:
A huge milestone has been reached. Eclipse GlassFish 5.1 is a pure Eclipse release. All components formerly supplied by Oracle have been transferred to the Eclipse Foundation from Oracle Java EE repositories, have passed the Eclipse release review, and have been released to Maven Central with new licensing terms. Eclipse GlassFish 5.1 has passed all CTS/TCK tests (run on Oracle infrastructure) and has been certified as Java EE 8 compatible.Continue reading