Vert.x 3.2.0 is released!

We are pleased to an­nounce the re­lease of Vert.x 3.2.0!

Some of the high­lights of this re­lease in­clude:

The re­lease also con­tains many bug fixes and a ton of im­prove­ments. Full re­lease notes can be found here:​x3/wiki/wiki/3.2.0-​—Release-Notes

Break­ing changes are here:​x3/wiki/wiki/3.2.0-​Breaking-changes

The event bus client using the SockJS bridge are avail­able from NPM, Bower and as a We­b­Jar:

Dock­ers im­ages are also avail­able on the Docker Hub The vert.x dis­tri­b­u­tion is also avail­able from SD­KMan.

Many thanks to all the com­mit­ters and com­mu­nity whose con­tri­bu­tions made this pos­si­ble.

Next stop is Vert.x 3.3.0 which we hope to have out in March 2016.

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

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