Finally, back... This post is the fifth post of the introduction to vert.x blog series, after a not-that-small break. In this post we are going to see how we can use JDBC in a vert.x application.
I'm pleased to announce the release of Vert.x 3.1!
We see a new trend in development where we are shifting from developing applications to APIs. More and more we see services being offered as REST APIs that we are allowed to consume.
This is a starting guide for securing Vert.x web applications. Standard rules and practices apply to Vert.x apps as if they would to any other web framework.
One of the interesting features of Vert.x is the SockJS event bus bridge. It allows external applications to communicate with Vert.x event bus using Websockets.