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Eclipse Vert.x 4 milestone 1 released!

This is the first milestone of the upcoming Vert.x 4. It extends the 3.x callback asynchronous model to a future/callback hybrid model and introduces a Tracing API.

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VS Code Vert.x Starter Extension

Today, we are really excited to announce the Visual Studio Code Vert.x Starter extension. It allows you to create a Vert.x project, customize the creation, and search for dependencies.

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