Archive from July 2020
In this tutorial, I will explain how to create, run and debug a Payara Micro application in Visual Studio Code. (If you're interested in learning more about using Payara Server in VSCode, please checkout ourprevious blogs.)
With an estimated third of the global population under “lockdown” during the peak of COVID-19, organizations were forced to rapidly shift to remote working environments - prepared or not. The unplanned change in operations put significant pressures on existing systems and tested business continuity plans.Check out this whitepaper with the results of a recent survey of the community to learn about COVID-19 business challenges and how open source technology has helped.
Payara Platform 5 brought with it an implementation of Servlet 4.0, which itself contains support for the HTTP/2 standard. HTTP/2 support in Java has been fairly obscure for JDK 8 users, causing issues for many depending on their JDK minor version. This blog hopes to clarify the state of HTTP/2 in Payara Platform 5.
If you just want a quick answer to which Payara versions support HTTP/2 on which JDK version, jump ahead to Does Payara Server Support HTTP/2?
We're happy to announce that Payara Platform Community (5.2020.3) and Payara Platform Enterprise (5.21.0) Editions are out today!
The Enterprise Release (request here) features 13 improvements, 11 bug fixes & 1 component upgrade, while the Community Release (direct download here) includes 11 bug fixes, 9 improvements and 1 component upgrade.
Here's some detail of what's new in the Community & Enterprise Editions:
The Payara Platform 5.2020.3 release (coming soon!) introduces major refactoring and architectural changes to the underlying implementation of MicroProfile OpenAPI 1.1.2.
The goal of the OpenAPI specification is to provide a standard format for documenting REST API services which is extremely useful, as it follows a standard and it can be used in a range of tools such as those provided by the Swagger suite. These let you do all sorts of things such as design, edit, and test a REST API documented by an OpenAPI document.
本日、Payara Platform Community (5.2020.3) および Payara Platform Enterprise (5.21.0) Editionsのリリースをお知らせできることを嬉しく思います。
では、Community & Enterprise Editionsの最新情報について、いくつか詳しくお伝えします。
Recently we rebranded the Community and Enterprise Editions of the Payara Platform to clarify and strengthen the differences between our Community software and our Enterprise subscriptions for customers.
Securing your application is a very important aspect of the development of your application. You not only need to make sure that the application has the intended functionality but also that this functionality can only be executed by the appropriate people. You not only need to make sure that updates to data are restricted to the correct people, but it is also important that end users only see data they are allowed to see. And in case of sensitive data, this is even more important.
Securing your application is a very important aspect of development. You not only need to make sure that the application has the intended functionality but also that this functionality can only be executed by the appropriate people. It is critical to ensure that updates to data are restricted to the correct people, and that end users only see data they are allowed to see. And in case of sensitive data, this is even more important.
As usual, it was a busy month. With some big announcements from Microsoft and Oracle (see News section), the Jakarta EE 9 release, as well as Developer Survey results published by JetBrains, Eclipse and Snyk. We also had a major release ourselves. Sifting through the content I had a sense of renewed optimism and progress in the Java community.
Below you will find a curated list of some of the most interesting news, articles and videos from the last month. Cant wait until the end of the month? then visit our twitter page where we post all these articles as we find them!