JBoss Weekly 17 November 2017

Welcome back to another edition of JBoss Weekly, bringing you news from across the net relating to JBoss Middleware. Those of you who attended Devoxx Belgium, we hope you had the opportunity to speak with our engineers there.

Releases

We’ll kick off the editorial with the releases made in Middleware this past week:

As you can see, the Arquillian team has been on a roll this past week! Congratulations to the team and all those who helped to make it happen.

Releases aplenty this past week! A job well done to all our engineers and community contributors, thanks for all the help.

Blog Highlights

Those of you who are getting started with Docker and Java, you’ll want to check out Amit Nijhawan’s post about how to deploy Java applications with Docker. It’s a great primer.

React is a great thing, and becoming very popular. Samuel Mendenhall shares a plethora of advice from rebuilding an Angular app to a React app. Samuel’s post is a longer post, but if you’re getting started with React, or are experiencing some difficulties you’ll want to read it.

If you’re at the point of embracing Java 9 and the new modules system, you’ll be thrilled to know that starting with Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio 11.1 supports Java 9. Eclipse doesn’t have to be running on Java 9, but a Java 9 JDK must be on the build path for the project. JBDS 11.1 offers help to convert to Java modules as well. Read Jeff Maury’s post about the Java 9 support for full details.

Lastly, the Red Hat Developer Program has rolled out a new topic about secure programming. We all know security isn’t something to be taken lightly, however, it isn’t always the easiest of things to understand and get right. Lucy Kerner details the current tools on the website. Read both the blog post and the website and understand what’s being offered and how it can help.

Thanks everyone for another amazing week! We hope you’re prepared for the year-end holidays and hope you have a fantastic week.


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