With Jakarta EE 10 on the way, this month we explore some of the specifications being updated, and their exciting new features.
A Look at Jakarta EE 10 Specifications
With Jakarta EE 10 well underway and specifications being updated across the board, we tell you about some of the latest and greatest features being added to key specifications. You’ll learn what’s new in Jakarta JSON Processing and Jakarta JSON Binding, about the quality-of-life improvements in Jakarta Persistence 3.1, and the major enhancements to the Jakarta Security specifications. We also introduce you to this month’s featured contributor and update you on the latest community news.
Discover the Three
Jakarta EE Security Specifications
The three Jakarta EE security specifications — Jakarta Authentication, Jakarta Authorization, and Jakarta Security — provide an integrated security solution that transparently backs the declarative security model.
New Features in Jakarta JSON Processing and JSON Binding
In an exclusive article with JAXenter, David Kral explains how updates to the two specifications for processing JSON documents relax some of the existing restrictions and make it easier to use the specifications.
The Jakarta EE 10 release is inching ever closer. With the Q2 target release date approaching, here’s a progress update and a reminder of the plan. Read More ->
Jakarta EE Reception at Devnexus 2022
With the return to in-person events, we’re happy to announce that Jakarta EE will be hosting a booth and a reception at the upcoming Devnexus 2022 event in April. Read More->
Second Annual Cloud IDE Day Coming Soon
The second annual Cloud IDE Day is coming up April 27-28. The latest edition of the virtual event is focused on tools and best practices for development in the cloud. Read More->
IoT & Edge Developer and Adoption Survey Launches Soon
On April 4, we’re officially launching the IoT & Edge Developer and Adoption Survey, collecting insights across the IoT and edge computing industry landscapes. Read More->
Eclipse Novamoon offers a full stack low code platform providing all services to build business applications. Read More ->Eclipse Diafanis allows IoT devices to scale the number of inputs of their sensing capabilities by moving the computing power required for mathematical calculations to a central platform. Read More ->Eclipse ExpressLy implements Jakarta Expression Language, a technology that helps software developers embed dynamically evaluated expressions in things like XML attributes, directly as template text in documents, in annotation attributes and generally as strings in Java code. Read More ->Eclipse Oniro Core Platform is an open-source project aimed at reducing fragmentation in the consumer and IoT device industry which is interoperable with OpenAtom Foundation's OpenHarmony project. Read More ->