Quarkus 1.8.1.Final released - Bugfixes, RESTEasy Multipart extension
Today, we released Quarkus 1.8.1.Final with some bugfixes and documentation improvements.
We also introduced a new RESTEasy Multipart extension to fix an recurring encoding issues with multipart.
It is a safe upgrade for everyone using 1.8.0.Final.
This release is a maintenance release that fixes various bugs found in 1.8.0.Final and provides some documentation updates.
You can get the full changelog of 1.8.1.Final on GitHub.
The default encoding for multipart requests in RESTEasy is US-ASCII which is not very convenient in 2020.
Thanks to the
quarkus-resteasy-multipart extension, the default encoding is now UTF-8 and it can be configured if needed.
If working with multipart, make sure you use this extension.
More on this in the Writing JSON REST Services guide.
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