Tuesday, Mar 26, 2019
As Java EE moves into the Eclipse Foundation, it’s important to keep an eye on various milestones along the way. Today, Arjan Tijms of Payara explains how the transfer is going and explores some of the proposals for future EE releases.
Monday, Mar 18, 2019
Those of you following Jakarta EE probably know that the upcoming Jakarta EE 8 release will be functionally equivalent to Java EE 8. The reason for this is that we want to prove that the transfer from Oracle is complete and that we are able to produce the processes, specifications, test suites and a compatible implementation through the Eclipse Foundation.
Thursday, Mar 7, 2019
Apache Kafka is a community-distributed streaming platform that has three key capabilities: publish and subscribe to streams of records, store streams of records in a fault-tolerant durable way, and then process streams as they occur. Apache Kafka has several success cases in the Java world. This post will cover how to benefit from this powerful tool in the Jakarta EE/MicroProfile universe.
Wednesday, Jan 30, 2019
The Eclipse Foundation yesterday announced the release of GlassFish 5.1, considered a major milestone release belying the modest increase in its version number.
Tuesday, Jan 29, 2019
The release of Eclipse GlassFish 5.1 is an important milestone for Jakarta EE!
I am very excited to bring you some great news. Today Eclipse GlassFish 5.1 has finally been released and available
Oracle is very pleased that Eclipse GlassFish 5.1 has been released and certified as Java EE 8 compatible.
Saturday, Jan 26, 2019
That’s right, Eclipse Glassfish 5.1.0.RC2, the Jakarta EE implementation, has been published in maven central. Eclipse Glassfish 5.1.0 release is terribly close.
Tuesday, Jan 22, 2019
Jersey 2.28-RC4 is available in maven central! Jersey 2.28-RC4, the first Jakarta EE publicly available version of Jersey, is an almost final version of Jersey 2.28.
Monday, Jan 21, 2019
One key difference between Eclipse open source software projects as defined by the Eclipse Development Process (EDP), and open source specification projects as defined by the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP) is that specification projects must be aligned with exactly one specification committee.
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