Eclipse Vert.x RabbitMQ client gets a new consumer API!

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Eclipse Vert.x goes Native

This blog post introduces native image generation of Vert.x applications with GraalVM. Generated executables can be run without a JVM.

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New community channels

In order to better support the community, we (the core team and module maintainers) now also provide help on Stack Overflow and Gitter.

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The expectations of users for interactivity with web applications have changed over the past few years. Users during bidding in auction no longer want to press the refresh button.

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Using the asynchronous SQL client

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