I don’t usually make a lot of noise about a beta release, but there’s some new security features I’d like everybody to test drive (along with a bunch of bug fixes). Also, there’s a few backward incompatibilities to be aware of. New features?
- SMIME integration. You can now send/receive SMIME encrypted and/or signed messages over HTTP. This is great if you have the requirement of encrypting message bodies.
- Subresource locator support for client proxy framework. Thanks Peter Murray for this!
- Jackson 1.8.5 upgrade
As always, to download and see documentation follow the links from our website. Take a look at our Jira release notes. You might also want to check out the Migration guide to view what has broken as far as backward compatibility.