Quarkus 2.10.0.Final released - Preliminary work on Loom's virtual threads and various refinements all over the place
New month, new Quarkus feature release, you know the drill: Quarkus 2.10.0.Final has landed.
This version is a mix of exploratory work and refinements on existing extensions:
Preliminary work on Loom’s virtual threads
GraphQL non-blocking support
Kubernetes service binding support for Reactive SQL Clients
CacheKeyGeneratorfor cache extension
And much more!
To migrate from 2.9, please refer to our migration guide.
The Quarkus team started experimenting with Loom’s virtual threads and a first pull request was merged.
It is still very rough and the API will be subject to change but if you are interested in Loom’s virtual threads, feel free to give it a try.
Expect more development and announcements in the coming months.
To learn more about this effort, check out the video of Clément’s and Arthur’s talk.
Quarkus offers both imperative and reactive programmatic paradigms and we work hard making sure both are exposed across the board.
The GraphQL extensions now support non-blocking workloads.
We added Kubernetes service binding support for the Reactive SQL Clients extensions.
quarkus-cache extension was automatically generating cache keys from method parameters without a way to customize them.
A new contract
CacheKeyGenerator was introduced in 2.10 to allow for this customization.
quarkus-bootstrap-maven-plugin has been deprecated in favor of the
This only has impact on extension developers who should switch to the new plugin.
We will keep publishing the deprecated plugin for a while so you it is not urgent to switch to the new one.
A contributor started working on a JDBC driver extension for SQLite and we improved the infrastructure for external JDBC driver extensions.
Most notably, it is now possible to indicate which Hibernate ORM dialect should be used by default even for external JDBC driver extensions.
When writing Quarkus extensions, it is often useful to decompile the generated source code to better understand what’s going on.
We used Fernflower for that until now but we have switched to Quiltflower which provides a better output.
The Quarkus community is growing and has now 656 contributors. Many many thanks to each and everyone of them.
In particular for the 2.10 release, thanks to Alexey Loubyansky, Alexey Sharandin, Amos Feng, andreaTP, Andy Damevin, Anthony Dahanne, Anton Kozlov, aona42, arnavarr, Auri Munoz, Bill Burke, Clara Fang, Clement Escoffier, Davide, Eddú Meléndez, Emanuel Alves, Eric Deandrea, Erik Åsén, Erin Schnabel, Fabricio Gregorio, Falko Modler, Fedor Dudinskiy, Felipe Henrique Gross Windmoller, Foivos Zakkak, franz1981, Geoffrey De Smet, George Gastaldi, Georgios Andrianakis, Greg Stewart, Guillaume Le Floch, Guillaume Smet, Gwenneg Lepage, Holly Cummins, Ioannis Canellos, Jacob Skillin, Jakob, James Netherton, Jan Martiška, Jason T. Greene, Jay, jeanphibaconnais, Jeff MAURY, Joel Mateus, Jose, Julien Gracia, Julien Ponge, Katia Aresti, kdnakt, Kevin Wooten, kioichiyoda, Knut Wannheden, Ladislav Thon, Loïc Hermann, Loïc Mathieu, luneo7, lyoff, Manyanda Chitimbo, Marc Wrobel, Marcin Kłopotek, Martin Kouba, Martin Panzer, Matej Vasek, Matthias Andreas Benkard, Max Rydahl Andersen, Michael Anstis, Michal Karm Babacek, Michal Vavřík, Michał Szynkiewicz, Mihai.Poenaru, mun711, Nathan Erwin, Neil Moffat, newur, Oleksiy Lukin, Ozan Gunalp, Pedro Igor, Peter Palaga, Phillip Krüger, Primož Hrovat, Robert Stupp, Roberto Cortez, Romain QUINIO, Rostislav Svoboda, Sanal Kumar, Sanne Grinovero, Sergey Beryozkin, Steve Ebersole, Stuart Douglas, Stéphane Épardaud, Thomas Segismont, Vinícius Ferraz Campos Florentino, Willem Jan Glerum, Wim Goeman, xstefank, Yoann Rodière and Yoshikazu Nojima.
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