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WildFly MicroProfile GraphQL Feature Pack 1.0.0.Final Released!

By Jan Martiska

I am happy to announce that the first Final build of the GraphQL feature pack has been released! It is fully compatible with MicroProfile GraphQL 1.0 and has been tested with WildFly 20 and 21, JDK 8 and 11. It bundles the latest available version o…

Stylish API

By Quarkus

In this blog post we are going to look at the new styling and other new options available in OpenAPI and Swagger UI Quarkus extensions (version 1.10+). Styling Default style The default style for Swagger UI has changed from the vanilla Swagger UI to…

I hate distributed locks!

By Bela Ban

I hate distributed locks! Adding distributed locks to JGroups has been the second biggest mistake that I’ve made (next to MuxRpcDispatcher). Unfortunately, a lot of people are using them in JGroups…​ Distributed locks don’t work. Or, at least, don'…

Installing Fedora 33 on Macbook Pro 13 inch (late 2011)

By Eric D. Schabell

This weekend I stumbled on an old Macbook Pro 13 inch from late 2014, with 125GB SSD and 8GB RAM. It’s a machine I’ve taken on trips around the world and back in the day ran many a session, workshop, or demo on sharing all that AppDev goodness you k…

Eclipse Vert.x 4 CR2 released!

By vietj

We are extremely pleased to announce the first release candidate of Vert.x 4.0 . We consider Vert.x 4.0 as feature complete and we will do a few release candidates to allow the community to test it and report issues. Vert.x 4 is the evolution of the…

Mutiny and the Reactiverse

By Quarkus

I had the question multiple times: how do I use Eclipse Vert.x in Quarkus? Indeed, you can use Vert.x in Quarkus. You can deploy verticles, communicate with the event bus, or use anything from the Vert.x ecosystem. But, you can also use the Mutiny v…

This week in JBoss - 20th November 2020

By Romain Pelisse

THIS WEEK IN JBOSS - 20TH NOVEMBER 2020 Welcome to another installment of our JBoss Editorial! Today, we’ll focus on some core project of our community. The first one is obviously Wildfly, our Jakarta EE application server whom predecessor (JBoss…

WildFly 21.0.1 is released!

By Brian Stansberry

WildFly 21.0.1.Final is now available . It’s been about a month since the WildFly 21 release, so we’ve done a small bug fix update, WildFly 21.0.1. The full list of issues resolved in WildFly 21.0.1 is available . Issues resolved in the WildFly Core…

Shift Remote 2020 - DevOps Heroes scheduled

By Eric D. Schabell

Previously I the virtual online series called Shift Remote for 2020.  The planning was pretty fluid when I first posted but has settled down on dates and times for the event in our series. I’ll be part of E11 (event 11) which is focused on DevOps, t…

WildFly 22 Alpha1 is released!

By Brian Stansberry

I’m pleased to announce that the WildFly 22 Alpha1 zips are now available . This includes the first release of a new 'WildFly Preview' distribution of WildFly, which we’re using to give our community a tech preview look at things we see coming down …

Open Source Monetization Ecosystem Review

By OFBizian

Open source is a distributed innovation model that lacks distributed funding. It allows individuals with a common passion to collaborate and produce value but not capture it. It is a production factory, without a sales counter. That is why many open…

Peeking at the streams

By Quarkus

Mutiny is an event-driven Reactive Programming library. Like other reactive programming libraries, it uses streams as the primary construct. These streams convey events, and your code processes these events. Most of the time, your code is only inter…

Contract first development - the event driven way!


Introduction:  Contract first application development is not limited to synchronized RESTFul API calls. With the adoption of event driven architecture, more developers are demanding a way to set up contracts between these asynchronous event publishe…

This week in JBoss - 6th November 2020

By Kevin Conner

THIS WEEK IN JBOSS - 6TH NOVEMBER 2020 Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Editorial where we search through the JBoss Community for interesting articles and updates OPTIMIZING CAMEL 3.7 Camel 3.7 continues the push to optimize camel cor…

WildFly MicroProfile Reactive Specifications Feature Pack 1.0.0.Final Released!

By Kabir Khan

I am happy to announce the 1.0.0.Final release of the MicroProfile Reactive specifications feature pack for WildFly. It is tested against both WildFly 20 and 21. The main changes since 1.0.0.Beta1 are essentially upgrades to the latest SmallRye impl…

Keycloak 11.0.3 released

By Keycloak Blog

To download the release go to . ALL RESOLVED ISSUES The full list of resolved issues are available in UPGRADING Before you upgrade remember to backup your database and check the for anything that may have changed.

Quarkus 1.9.2.Final released - Bugfixes

By Quarkus

Just a week after 1.9.1.Final, here comes 1.9.2.Final with some bugfixes and documentation improvements. Thanks a lot to everyone providing feedback and pull requests! It is a safe upgrade for everyone using Quarkus 1.9. If you are not using 1.9 alr…

Apache Camel 3.7 - More camel-core optimizations coming (Part 5)

By Claus Ibsen

I have previously blogged about the optimziations we are doing in the Apache Camel core. The first 3 blogs (, , ) were a while back leading up to the 3.4 LTS release. Now we have done some more work () and this part 5 that is coming up in the next 3…

KieLive: The ultimate beginners guide to rules and processes (episode 14)

By Eric D. Schabell

 I’ve been invited to join the of live streaming around how to get started with rules and processes on Tuesday, November 10th 2002. What is KieLives?  The KIE Live Series is composed of live streamings that bring technical information and updates ab…

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