I really want to thank Ron Sigal, Weinan Li, and the rest of the Resteasy community for having my back the last 5 months while I was focused on other things. Thanks for your hard work and patience. 3.0.9.Final is a maintenance release. There are a few minor migration notes you should read before you upgrade, but most applications shouldn’t be affected. We’ll try and do another maintenance release in like 6-8 weeks. Check out resteasy.jboss.org for download links, jira release notes, and documentation.
August 20, 2014
Many bugs fixes and cleanup. Not much for features although we did add a ton of tooltips to the admin console. We’re getting very close to a final release and are still on schedule to release 2nd week on September.
See keycloak.org for links to download and documentation.
March 31, 2014
Ron fixed a few bugs in validation. Netty improvements. A few other bug fixes here and there.
As usual, follow links from jboss.org/resteasy to download and view documentation and release notes.
February 27, 2014
John Ament, a long time lurker on resteasy-dev list has put together a lightweight combination of Undertow + Resteasy + Weld called Hammock. We’ve gotten in some PRs from him to help make this a reality, hope to get more. I’m hoping somebody puts together this combination with Netty too and contributes it.
December 12, 2013
Resteasy 3.0.6.Final has been released today. This is a maintenance release. Netty 4 JAX-RS 2.0 Async APIs actually work now! As usual, check out http://jboss.org/resteasy for how to download the distro and view documentation.
September 5, 2013
Resteasy 3.0.4.Final has been released today. Besides some bug fixes, this ended up being a major feature release specifically:
- Netty 4 integration thanks to Kristoffer Sjoegren
- Undertow integration
- JOSE JSON Web Encryption (JWE) Support
- A new Servlet 3.0 ServerContainerInitializer for Resteasy. This allows you to take advantage of JAX-RS integration within a standalone Servlet 3.0 environment. This means you can work solely with Application classes, use automatic scanning, and not have to write anything in your web.xml files for Tomcat and Jetty deployments!.
- I also published the new revised examples for my up-and-coming Restful Java With JAX-RS 2.0 book revision.
As usual, check out http://jboss.org/resteasy for how to download the distro and view documentation.