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Quarkus 3.2 introduced an experimental feature to ease the testing of CDI components and mocking of their dependencies.
We are introducing Quarkus Long Term Support releases, Quarkus 3.2.x will be the first.
We released Quarkus 3.2.0.Final with new security features and the ability to test CDI components with @QuarkusComponentTest.
Quarkus 2.16.8.Final is the eighth maintenance release of our 2.16 release train.
Quarkus 3.1.3.Final is the third maintenance release of our 3.1 release train.
Developers who use Windows workstations might face the challenge of running Linux-native workflows. One way to achieve this is by using Podman, a container engine that provides a command line capability to run Linux containers. Podman supports running containers both as "rootful" and as "rootless", with the latter being the default that doesn’t require elevated privileges. In this blog post, we’ll explore how to use Podman with Quarkus Native to build and run applications on...
New Quarkus CLI features in 3.0 that will simplify your workflow and make your life easier
Quarkus 3.1.2.Final is the second maintenance release of our 3.1 release train.