Eclipse Vert.x 4.2.0.CR1 released!
We are extremely pleased to announce the first candidate release of Vert.x 4.2.
Reactive SQL Client
This client is in tech preview and we are eager to hear any feedback you may have.
MSSQL client TLS and Azure support
Our MSSQL client now supports TLS encryption as well as Azure support.
MQTT Server V5 supports
The MQTT Server has been upgraded to support the version 5 of the protocol partially (the auth message remains to be implemented).
Our Cassandra client now supports tracing, you can use it either with your favourite tracer.
Web Client enhancements
Our Web Client supports now Oauth2 security.
WebClient client = WebClient.create(vertx); OAuth2WebClient oauth2 = OAuth2WebClient.create( client, OAuth2Auth.create(vertx, new OAuth2Options(/* enter IdP config */))) // configure the initial credentials (needed to fetch if needed // the access_token .withCredentials(new TokenCredentials("some.jwt.token"));
It also offers an HTTP response caching facility.
WebClient client = WebClient.create(vertx); WebClient cachingWebClient = CachingWebClient.create(client);
Deprecations and breaking changes can be found on the wiki.
For this release, there are no Docker images.
You can bootstrap a Vert.x 4.2.0.CR1 project using https://start.vertx.io.
The documentation has been deployed on the web-site: https://vertx.io/docs/4.2.0
That’s it! Happy coding and see you soon on our user or dev channels.
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