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Infinispan 14.0.0.Final

By Tristan Tarrant

Flying saucers are probably the most common type of UFO. They are sleek and shiny and, most importantly, they come in peace bringing lots of goodies from outer space! Just like Infinispan 14! Oh, and the fact that it’s also the is no sheer coinciden…

WildFly 27 Beta1 is released!

By Brian Stansberry

I’m pleased to announce that the new WildFly and WildFly Preview 27.0.0.Beta1 releases are available for download at . NEW AND NOTABLE As I noted in , the key new thing in WildFly 27 is compatibility with the . Thanks so much to all the great WildFl…

Quarkus 2.13.0.Final released - Cross site request forgery prevention filter, Kafka Dev UI

By Guillaume Smet

We don’t have a ton of big new features in Quarkus 2.13.0.Final but it comes with a ton of small enhancements that should improve your overall experience with Quarkus. It still comes with some exciting stuff: Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) preven…

Jakarta Persistence 3.1 new features

By F.Marchioni

This tutorial introduces Jakarta Persistence API 3.1 as a standard for management of persistence and O/R mapping in Java environments. We will discuss the headlines with a simple example that you can test on a Jakarta EE 10 runtime. New features add…

Infinispan Node.js client supports query

By Neeraj Gartia

NODE.JS CLIENT 0.9.0 Infinispan Node.js client version 0.10.0 was released last week with added support of query with application/x-protostream data format. Up until now, our Node.js client only supported text/plain and application/json data formats…

RESTEasy 6.2.0.Final Release

By Resteasy

Creating your first cloud-agnostic serverless application with Java

By Helber Belmiro

If you are new to Serverless Workflow or serverless in general, creating a simple application for a serverless infrastructure is a good place to start. In this article, you will run through the steps to create your first serverless Java application …

Jakarta EE 10 is released; WildFly is compatible!

By Brian Stansberry

Congratulations to everyone involved with Jakarta EE for today’s announced ! It’s great to see continued advances in Jakarta EE, particularly with the new , along with the new . I’m particularly happy to announce that our hard work in the WildFly co…

This Week in JBoss - 22 September 2022

By Romain Pelisse

THIS WEEK IN JBOSS - 22 SEPTEMBER 2022 Hi everyone and welcome to the latest installment of JBoss editorial! Today’s stars of the show: Quarkus and KIE (Kogito/Drools) QUARKUS Quarkus is quite busy this month! Just yesterday, the project rel…

Efesto refactoring – technical details

By Gabriele Cardosi

This post is meant as a description of the APIs and other technical details of the Efesto framework. It continues the introduction made in the BASE CONCEPTS. There are some concepts around which the APIs are implemented: * Generated resource * Uniqu…

New visualizer for the Serverless Workflow Editor

By Roger Palleja

We’re happy to announce that a new diagram visualizer for the domain has been released, as part of the kogito tooling 0.23.0, and It becomes as default for the . Kogito – Serverless Workflow Editor – VSCode extension If you are not familiar with the…

Quarkus 2.12.3.Final released

By Guillaume Smet

Today, we released Quarkus 2.12.3.Final, with a new round of bugfixes and documentation improvements. It is a safe upgrade for anyone using 2.12. Migration Guide If you are not already using 2.12, please refer to our migration guide. Full changelog …

Transparent ML, integrating Drools with AIX360

By Matteo Mortari

Following up from about integrating Drools with the Open Prediction Service, in this new post we want to share the current results from another exploration work: this time integrating Drools with research on Transparent Machine Learning by IBM. INTR…

Quarkus Tools for IntelliJ 1.13.0 released!

By Jeff Maury

We are very pleased to announce the 1.13.0 release of Quarkus Tools for IntelliJ. This release improves the Qute developer experience. Improved Qute developer experience InlayHint support InlayHint is a new feature. It allows to add inline informati…

New Keycloak maintainer: Michal Hajas

By Stian Thorgersen

We are pleased to welcome as an official maintainer of Keycloak. Michal has been with the Keycloak project since September 2015, and since that period has to almost every component of Keycloak - core server, authorization services, adapters, javascr…

Multiple repositories Pull Request chaos, crawl them all in one single place

By Enrique Mingorance Cano

Flickr chaos – https://bit.ly/3Q2zfYS It is very frequent to find software engineering projects where multiple repositories are involved for the same or different projects, somehow related between them, a lot of people push their pull requests to an…

FAQ for New Contributors

By Farah Juma

How to implement a job queue with Redis

By Clement Escoffier

In how to cache with Redis, we implemented a simple cache backed by Redis. That’s just one use case of Redis. Redis is also used as a messaging server to implement the processing of background jobs or other kinds of messaging tasks. This post explor…

Getting started with Jakarta RESTful Services

By F.Marchioni

The latest release of RESTEasy (6.1.0) provides an implementation for Jakarta RESTful Web Services 3.1. which is a core component of Jakarta EE 10. Let’s review through this article which are the core features of Jakarta Rest Services. What’s new in…

Keycloak 19.0.2 released

By Keycloak Blog

To download the release go to . MIGRATION FROM 18.0 Before you upgrade remember to backup your database. If you are not on the previous release refer to for a complete list of migration changes. OPENID CONNECT LOGOUT PROMPT At Keycloak 18.0.0, the l…

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