Jersey 2.29 is a compatible implementation of the JAX-RS 2.1 / Jakarta RESTful Web Services 2.1 Specification
Type A - License Compatibility Certification
All third-party content is reviewed and certified as license-compatible with the project license.
The 2.4.0 release is the fourth minor release in the 2.x line. New features include:
- Upgrade to GeoTools 21 and GeoServer 2.15
- Spark support for Google Cloud Bigtable stores
- Feature expiration (time-to-live) for the Redis data store
- Support for renaming feature types
- Command-line tools for generic data stores (e.g. Postgis)
- Support for converting and ingesting Parquet files
- Distributed export through the command-line tools
First release from Eclipse. No API or implementation changes, just new Maven coordinates, updates to javadoc and spec to use Jakarta EE names
This release will encompass the following sub-project versions:
Jakarta Dependency Injection: 1.0
Jakarta Contexts and Dependency Injection 2.0.2
Eclipse Wild Web Developer 0.4.1 fixes some bugs from 0.4.0 and updates some language servers to more recent versions.
MicroProfile follows a train model for its Platform releases. Three Platform releases are planned for each year in February, June, and October. MicroProfile Component releases that are ready and have been approved for inclusion will be part of the Platform release.
The MicroProfile 3.1 release is a minor release that incorporates updated components that maintain backwards compatibility:
- Metrics 2.1
- Health Check 2.1
This release focuses primarily on stabilization and performance of the Vorto Repository and APIs.
In addition it comprises a few enhancements:
New Repository Features
- Content - Assist in Web Editors when writing vortolang models
- Backup & Restore of Vorto models per tenant
- REST API Endpoint to allow the import of Vorto Models (or 3rd party models) in the Repository
New Device Integration Features
This release adds significant functionality for deployment, management, and integration with existing infrastructure. In this version we add integration with Kubernetes and introduce the ability to orchestrate from the cloud down to the edge seamlessly. Additionally, this release introduces the new command line tool called "iofogctl" for deploying and configuring ioFog software remotely, managing and deploying microservice applications and remotely monitoring your Edge Compute Networks. Lastly, Controller now includes a new web based visualizer for all ioFog state.
This is a minor release of Linux Tools to work with Eclipse 2019-09 and licensed under the EPL 2.0. The release is mostly bug fixes.