5 Things to Know About Jakarta Servlet 6.0
In the Jakarta Servlet 6.0 specification that will be released with Jakarta EE 10, we’re focusing on improvements that will help bring the technology into modern times. In some cases, that means we’re removing legacy functionality that supports bad practices. In other cases, it means we’re giving developers more flexibility to meet modern application requirements.
There are many benefits to upgrading to version 6.0 of the Jakarta Servlet API, and there are numerous reasons why Java developers will be impressed with the progress the Eclipse Foundation continues to make with Java’s web API standard.
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