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Quarkus 2.4 brings new features and a host of refinements and improvements across the board.

This release adds support for CodeLens for REST endpoints and enhances MicroProfile Fault Tolerance and Metrics supports

2.3.1.Final is a maintenance release for our 2.3 release train.

The latest curated online stories, articles, and videos in and around Quarkus.

Quarkus 2.3 brings new features and a host of refinements and improvements across the board.

Why does Quarkus detect and remove unused beans by default?

Moving to Quarkus from a large SpringBoot ecosystem seemed overwhelming at first, but in the end, it was a simple straight-forward transition. Quarkus not only made Java development fun again but also drastically improved the developer experience and Logicdrop's ability to deliver features faster.

Java is used by millions of developers worldwide and is the second most popular language, and they all need a Java runtime. Adoptium, the most popular Java distribution, needed to offer a way for developers to programmatically discover and access pre-built Java binaries across many different variants, and produced an end-user API with Quarkus to improve performance and developer productivity.

Quarkus Newsletter #12

The latest curated online stories, articles, and videos in and around Quarkus.

VCStream: a new messaging platform for DECATHLON’s Value Chain, built on Quarkus.