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This Week in JBoss - 18 November 2021

Alex Porcelli

Hello! Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Editorial that brings you news and updates from our community.

Release roundup

Test-driven development with Quarkus

Test-driven development with Quarkus, by Eric Deandrea

Eric’s article provides a detailed walkthrough of how to take advantage of Quarkus continuous testing and Dev UI for test-driven development. Eric also provides a sample repository that you can use to follow along with the article.

Boost throughput with RESTEasy Reactive in Quarkus 2.

Boost throughput with RESTEasy Reactive in Quarkus 2., by Daniel Oh

Daniel shows how some simple changes in your REST endpoints can boost the throughput of your application using RESTEasy Reactive. He also shows how to use the Endpoint score dashboard to assess the performance of your endpoints.

Low Code Camel

Low Code Camel - How Kamelets enable a low code integration experience., by Nicola Ferraro

This excellent post shows how Kamelets is driving a deeper transformation towards "low code" development with Camel. Nicola Ferraro shows that you can use Kamelets directly with yaml or take advantage of the Karavan tool to design and visualize your integration flows graphically.

Getting started with Hibernate reactive on Quarkus

Getting started with Hibernate reactive on Quarkus, by F. Marchioni

Reactive everywhere! In this post, F. Marchioni helps us get started with Hibernate reactive, providing a step-by-step from project creation to configuration and coding.

The post covers the "classic" Hibernate ORM, but Hibernate Reactive can also be applied to Panache.

Java LTS - perspective of a library author

Java LTS - perspective of a library author, by Emmanuel Bernard

Oracle is proposing a change to the Java LTS lifecycle from the current 3 years for 2 years. In this post, Emmanuel Bernard put some light on the challenges, from the perspective of a library author, that such changes may bring to the complex Java ecosystem.


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Latest Upstream Posts

1 December 2021 | Sadhana Nandakumar

Implementing the Filter EIP using Camel-k and Kogito

1 December 2021 | Guillaume Smet

Quarkus 2.5.1.Final released - Maintenance release

30 November 2021 | Rob Geada

TrustyAI SHAP: Overview and Examples

30 November 2021 | Eric D. Schabell

Edge Medical Diagnosis - Example architecture with GitOps

30 November 2021 | Galder ZamarreƱo

Inspecting the Quarkus Native call path universe with Neo4j

29 November 2021 | F.Marchioni

Upcoming news from Java 18

25 November 2021 | Andrew Dinn

Byteman 4.0.18 has been released

25 November 2021 | Eric D. Schabell

Edge medical diagnosis - Example predictive analysis

25 November 2021 | Toshiya Kobayashi

Drools basic examples

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