Eclipse Vert.x 4.0.2 released!
We are extremely pleased to announce that Eclipse Vert.x version 4.0.2 has been released.
Since the epic release of Vert.x 4.0.0, quite a few bugs have been reported. We would like to thank you all for reporting these issues.
This release supersedes Vert.x 4.0.1 that was released a couple of days ago but not announced due as it was containing potential memory leaks. Due the nature of the issue we decided we should offer another release (with a fix) ASAP.
You can bootstrap a Vert.x 4 project using start.vertx.io.
Docker images are available on Docker Hub.
That’s it! Happy coding and see you soon on our user or dev channels.
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