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This release adds support for Quarkus streams in the new project/module wizard

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

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We are very pleased to announce the 1.4.0 release of Quarkus Tools for IntelliJ. This release enhances codestarts support in the Quarkus project wizard. Codestarts The Quarkus project wizard now highlights codestarts enabled extension with a specific icon (right to the extension name), similar to code.quarkus.io, allowing users to better identify codestarts enabled extensions. Moving Forward If you have any questions, suggestions or feedback, by all means please open an issue. Thank you for reading...

We are very pleased to announce the 1.3.0 release of Quarkus Tools for IntelliJ. This release brings codestarts support in the Quarkus project wizard. Codestarts The Quarkus project wizard adds a new codestarts option, allowing to enable/disable codestarts generation for Quarkus extensions that support this feature. Moving Forward If you have any questions, suggestions or feedback, by all means please open an issue. Thank you for reading and stay tuned for the next release! Links...

Micrometer is the recommended approach for metrics with Quarkus.

We are very pleased to announce the 1.2.0 release of Quarkus Tools for IntelliJ. This release brings enhanced support for Eclipse Microprofile. Eclipse Microprofile Reactive Messaging If your application is based on Eclipse Microprofile Reactive Messaging, properties are enabled for: @Connector annotation @Outgoing annotation @Incoming annotation Here is an example of a Kafka based application: Eclipse Microprofile JWT If your application is based on Eclipse Microprofile JWT, the following properties will be enabled for your...

We are very pleased to announce the 1.1.0 release of Quarkus Tools for IntelliJ. This release brings support for YAML configuration files and bug fixes. application.yaml support Code completion (Ctrl + ENTER) Property documentation Select a property and press Ctrl+Q Syntax validation Wrong property key names or values are reported Moving Forward If you have any questions, suggestions or feedback, by all means please open an issue. Thank you for reading and stay tuned for...

The Supersonic, Subatomic Quarkus Hackathon winners have been announced!

Hackathon Finalists Announced!

We are very pleased to announce the 1.0.0 release of Quarkus Tools for IntelliJ. This release brings enhanced code completion and syntax validation for application.properties and better support for Microprofile in Java files. It is not based anymore on the LSP Support plugin in order to increase stability. In order to install it, search for Quarkus Tools in the JetBrains marketplace or download from here. Here is an overview of the major features: application.properties support...

Quarkus global hackathon is Live!

Quarkus Insights is a live streaming channel where we and guests will talk to get insights on how Quarkus works and how it is used.

In a previous post, we announced the first version of Quarkus Tools for Eclipse. We’re now announcing a new version for Quarkus Tools for Eclipse, including better support for Eclipse Microprofile, Java 11 and enhancements to the wizard. Language support for Kubernetes, Openshift, S2i and Docker properties There is now completion, hover, documentation and validation for kubernetes., openshift., s2i., docker. properties Enter kubernetes prefix: Enter openshift prefix: Enter s2i prefix: Language support for MicroProfile REST...

You have probably already heard about tooling for Microsoft VSCode or JetBrains IntelliJ. Last week the first version of Quarkus Tools for Eclipse was released. It’s free and open source and we encourage you to use it. Let’s see how you can get it and play with the features. Installation There are several ways to get Quarkus Tools inside the Eclipse IDE. Quarkus Tools is part of JBoss Tools. So if you are already a...

With the announcement that Quarkus 1.3 is now available, we’re pleased to additionally announce that Quarkus 1.3 passes the TCKs of all Eclipse MicroProfile 3.3 specifications. MicroProfile 3.3 includes the following specification updates: Config 1.4 Fault Tolerance 2.1 Health 2.2 Metrics 2.3 REST Client 1.4 Config The Config update includes fixes to prevent the incorrect caching of ConfigProviderResolver and classloader issues related to it as well. It also adjusted the priority of implicit converters and...

On January 22, 2020, we were informed that Quarkus had won the DeveloperWeek DEVIES Awards in the category of Best Innovation in: Code Frameworks/Libraries. As a Kubernetes-native Java stack, Quarkus represents a fundamental shift in modern application development that makes Java a great fit for cloud-native application architectures, such as containers, microservices and serverless. Java developers are able to use Quarkus to build applications that have a faster startup time and take up significantly less...

With the announcement that Quarkus 1.1 was available in December 2019, and after a tremendous effort from all the contributors and community, we’re excited to announce that Quarkus 1.1 is Eclipse MicroProfile 3.2 compatible! MicroProfile 3.2 was released November 2019, bringing updates to the Metrics and Health specifications, but what is MicroProfile and why do I care? MicroProfile creates specifications for developing microservices with Enterprise Java, making compatibility with MicroProfile a key feature of Quarkus....

For Quarkus 1.1.0.Final, we had to take the hard decision to go back to GraalVM 19.2 while our CR1 used 19.3. Here is why.

Announcing Quarkus 1.0

Today marks a real milestone for the Quarkus community and the Java community at large. Quarkus 1.0 Candidate Release 1 is out and it will shortly be followed by a 1.0 Final version.

Showcasing the new Quarkus VS Code extension.

Quarkus has a logo

The Quarkus project team leadership worked with the Middleware Engineering Services (MWES) Design team to create the visual identity of the Quarkus brand. To design the brand the MWES team looked to the project name and took into consideration the project’s unique features; its small size, its ultra-fast scaling speed, and its Kubernetes roots. The logo also had to live up to the project tagline: "Supersonic Subatomic Java." The Quarkus Logo Breaking down the logo’s...

Quarkus has received awesome community feedback. Many many thanks for your warm encouragements, your contributions, your proposals and above all your enthusiasm. This has gone beyond our wildest expectations. Let’s keep rocking! Join us on our Google group or Zulip chat. Oh by the way, quite a few people ask us whether Quarkus was Open Source? Of course, all is on GitHub under the ASL 2.0 license.