JAX-RS 2.1.4 Available on Maven Central

The JAX-RS Committers are happy to announce that JAX-RS 2.1.4 is available on Maven Central! Ontop of 2.1.3 it provides additional fixes to the OSGi manifest and previously missing legal files. The full list of changes can be found on Github.

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EclipseCon Video on JAX-RS @ Eclipse

In you missed my ECE2018 talk with Kevin Sutter on JAX-RS @ Eclipse: Here is the Video footage.

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JAX-RS 2.1.3 Available on Maven Central

The JAX-RS Committers are happy to announce that JAX-RS 2.1.3 is available on Maven Central! Ontop of 2.1.2 it provides fixes to the OSGi manifest and now uses “Jakarta” branded dependencies, not “javax” anymore. The full list of changes can be found on Github.

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JAX-RS 2.1.2 Available on Maven Central

After being the first pushing a non-Oracle JAX-RS release on Maven Central, again we (i. e. the committers of Eclipse Project for JAX-RS) set the pace: I just uploaded JAX-RS 2.1.2 to Maven Central, which provides us two new world records. Not only have we been the first team pushing their own first service release to Maven Central (at least IIUC), apparently we are the first team pushing the very first artifact to Maven Central at all using the new group ID prefix jakarta.

After this marketing-triggered service release, our work concentrates on JAX-RS 2.2 now, and in the long term, on JAX-RS 3.0 which we want to publish in 2019.

If you are interested in more about the recent releases and upcoming features, listen to my talks at EclipseCon Europe 2018 and JavaLand 2019.

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JAX-RS Build Pipeline Webcast

This week I explained the JAX-RS Build Pipeline in a Web Cast hosted by Ed and Dmitry. If you missed it, you can watch the recording on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5qLpTcRgH0.

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JAX-RS 2.1.1 Available on Maven Central

I am very proud to announce that I just pressed the button: JAX-RS 2.1.1 was released by the committers of the Eclipse Project for JAX-RS and now is available on Maven Central. While this is just a collection of small bug fixes, it is a huge step for the community, as this is the first release of Java’s REST API under the auspices of the Eclipse Foundation, and the very first JAX-RS release technically performed by a non-Oracle committer. This proofs community is in control and able to deliver! Can’t wait to see which other EE4J subproject is next!

If you are interested in our next steps, follow my blog. BTW, if you have questions on JAX-RS 2.1.1 or the future, just use the comments function to ask!

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EclipseCon Europe 2018: I’m Speaking!

EclipseCon Europe 2018Come to Ludwigsburg / Germany if you are interesting in my co-talk with Kevin Sutter (IBM) about JAX-RS and Jakarta EE under the auspieces of the Eclipse Foundation.

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