This Week in JBoss - 11 March 2022
Happy Friday, everyone!
Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Editorial that brings you news and updates from your favorite communities.
Here are the most recent releases for this edition:
Quarkus 2.7.4 maintenance release with a new round of bugfixes and documentation improvements. This should be a safe upgrade upgrade for anyone already using 2.7.
Quarkus Tools for IntelliJ 1.10.0 release that adds support for Quarkus run/debug configurations and provides several fixes (including security related!).
Kogito 1.18.0 release includes a number of new bug fixes and new features, especially for Serverless Workflows.
Camel 3.14.2 LTS new patch release with 27 improvements and fixes.
Hibernate ORM 6.0.0.CR2 is expected to be the last release candidate before the 6.0 final release.
Hibernate Validator 6.2.2.Final, 7.0.3.Final and 8.0.0.Alpha1. Maintenance releases for Hibernate Validator 6.2 and 7.0 branches - both versions bring back support for validating java.sql.Date. The 8.0.0.Alpha1 targets specifically the upcoming Jakarta EE 10.
Testing Jakarta EE applications with CDI-test
Testing Jakarta EE applications with CDI-test, by Gunnar Hilling
In this post, Gunnar presents the CDI-Test JUnit 5 extension, which provides a clever mechanism for unit, component, and integration Jakarta EE application tests at scale.
Gunnar provides a sample repository with a fully functional application and its test so you can use it to follow along with the article.
Narayana Community Priorities
This excellent post from Narayana outlines the project’s near-term priorities based on the community’s feedback.
The topics covered by the post include Community Engagement, Java Versions, Integrating with contemporary services, Cloud strategy, and more.
Camel K Roadmap
Camel K Roadmap, by Pasquale Congiusti
One more great example of what’s planned for the project published in the open! This time Pasquale provides a comprehensive roadmap for the Camel K project for 2022.
Although these plans aren’t commitments, they provide an excellent understanding of where the project is heading.
WildFly on the Cloud with Helm
WildFly on the Cloud with Helm, by Francesco Marchioni
The popularity of Helm charts among developers is great. In this article, Francesco provides a step-by-step guide on how to deploy a WildFly application on OpenShift using bootable-jar and source to image.
New to Helm Charts? No worries, Francesco also covers a basic Helm setup.
Editing Serverless Workflow Definitions with VSCode
Editing Serverless Workflow Definitions with our new VSCode Extension, by Paulo Martins
Here we have Paulo introducing the new VSCode extension for Serverless Workflow provided by Red Hat, which allows users to have a side-by-side real-time preview of their workflows while editing JSON and YAML files inside VSCode.
Serverless Workflow is a CNCF based specification for workflows that Kogito already supports; check this out!
Content based routing with Quarkus and Kogito
Content based routing with Quarkus and Kogito, by Matteo Mortari
One more post about the Kogito technology! This time we have Matteo presenting a content-based router using DMN, Quarkus, Kogito, Camel, Atlas Map, Managed Kafka, and OpenShift Sandbox! Ohh my!
The post is very detailed, covering content with code examples and, more interesting, a link for a youtube video where Matteo explains the concepts and shows a live demo!
That’s all for today! Please join us again in two weeks for another round of our JBoss editorial!