We are pleased to announce the Eclipse Vert.x 3.6.0 release.
We have just released Vert.x 3.5.4, a bug fix release of Vert.x 3.5.x.
In the previous step we have successfully implemented the first endpoint of the RSS reader app.
This tutorial is dedicated for users who’d like to know how to use the Eclipse Vert.x Cassandra client with in practice.
We have just released Vert.x 3.5.3, a bug fix release of Vert.x 3.5.x.
TL;DR As of 3.5, managing database transactions with Vert.x requires a lot of boilerplate code. Vert.x 3.6 will provide helpers and
Observable transformers to easily make a reactive flow transactional.
We have just released Vert.x 3.5.2, a bug fix release of Vert.x 3.5.x.
I this blog post I would like to give you a preview on native image generation of Vert.x applications using GraalVM.
In Eclipse Vert.x 3.6.0 the RabbitMQ client will get a new consumer API. In this post we are going to show the improvements since the previous API and how easy it is to use now.
If you visited the Eclipse Vert.x website recently, you might have noticed a couple of novelties on the community page:
Vert.x has already been providing metrics for some time, through the vertx-dropwizard-metrics and vertx-hawkular-metrics modules. Both of them implement a service provider interface (SPI) to collect the Vert.x metrics and make them available to their respective backends.
It’s this time of year again! Google Summer of Code 2018 submission period has just started!
We have just released Vert.x 3.5.1!
Recently I stumbled upon Vertx. Event-driven, asynchronized, lightweight, reactive, highly performant, polyglot application framework. Ideal for writing micro-services. I played around with it for a while and really enjoyed the concept of serverless applications.
As part of my hobby project to control RaspberryPi using Google Home Mini and/or Alexa, I wanted to write a very simple TCP client that keeps a connection open to one of my custom written server in cloud (I will write another blog post to cover the server side on a later date). The requirement of the client is to send a shared secret upon connecting and then keep waiting for message from server. Vert.x, Kotlin and Gradle allow rapid development of such project. The generated jar can be executed on Raspberry Pi. These steps outline the project setup and related source code to showcase a Vert.x and Kotlin project with Gradle.
I recently added GraphQL support to Gentics Mesh and I thought it would be a good idea to boil down the essence of my implementation in example so that I could share it in a simpler form. The example I’m about to show will not cover all aspects that I have added to the Gentics Mesh API (e.g. paging, search and error handling) but it will give you a basic overview of the parts that I put together. GraphQL does not require a GraphDB even if the name might suggest it.
The Vert.x team is pleased to announce the release of Eclipse Vert.x 3.5.0.