Eclipse Vert.x 4.2.1 released!

We are ex­tremely pleased to an­nounce that Eclipse Vert.x ver­sion 4.2.1 has been re­leased.

Since the re­lease of Vert.x 4.2.0, quite a few bugs have been re­ported. We would like to thank you all for re­port­ing these is­sues.

The 4.2.1 re­lease notes can be found on the wiki.

You can boot­strap a Vert.x 4 project using start.vertx.io.

The re­lease ar­ti­facts have been de­ployed to Maven Cen­tral and you can get the dis­tri­b­u­tion on Maven Cen­tral.

The Vert.x 4 event­bus JavaScript client li­brary is now avail­able in a sin­gle lo­ca­tion and it now us­able stand­alone or it can eas­ily be in­te­grated with any fron­tend build tool.

The Vert.x dis­tri­b­u­tion is avail­able from SD­KMan and our Home­Brew TAP.

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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