Spring 3.1 and Grails 2.0 Released
Spring 3.1 is now available from our new maven repository or from the direct download via community download page. This release provides a significant upgrade to the Spring framework with environment profiles, caching abstraction, and Java 7 and Hibernate 4.0 support. The Grails 2.0 release is also imminent, so be sure to check the download center. This major upgrade adds a new interactive mode, console enhancements, a reloading agent, and numerous testing and error handling improvements.
Catch up on all of the great technical content delivered at SpringOne 2GX through InfoQ’s coverage of all sessions—thank you InfoQ! Adrian Colyer, during his keynote titled Spring yesterday, today and today and tomorrow, talks about the key principles guiding SpringSource over time. Ben Alex, during his keynote titled Next Generation Applications, presents the future of mobile applications, authorization, data and application architecture. Additional sessions will be added every other week on springsource.org through April 2012, so check back regularly.
Cloudify Your Spring App
If you have a Java Spring application, you can easily move it in the cloud using Cloud Foundry. This short video presented by Ramnivas Laddad shows you how test your app live in the cloud and reviews the potential pitfalls. Cloud success is just a few steps away.