I am proud to announce the Helidon 2.1.0 release. It’s a new minor release which introduces new features such as MicroProfile 3.3 support, new FaultTolerance implementation and @HelidonTest annotation, as well as bug fixes and performance improvements. The new version is available in Maven Central. See the full list of changes in the release notes.Continue reading
After almost a year of development, three milestones, and two release candidates, Helidon 2.0 is finally out of the development cage and ready for GA. Yay!Continue reading
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
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.
Today is a great day. Today we introduce a new Java microservices frameworks and a new member of MicroProfile family. Please welcome Project Helidon — a new Java open source microservices framework from Oracle.
Helidon is a Greek word for “swallow”, a type of bird that according to Wikipedia has “a slender, streamlined body and long pointed wings, which allow great manoeuvrability and… very efficient flight”. Perfect for darting through the clouds.Continue reading