Posted on August 05, 2019
This is the first public release of
Notable API changes:
- SLF4J logging is replaced by Flogger (#451).
- Protobuf messages generated with Spine plugins may now be built with validation by
.vBuild()(#409). The generation of separate
...VBuilderclasses was removed.
- External libraries may now register custom validation options (#408).
This is the first public release of Spine core modules.
Most notable changes:
ServerEnvironmentis now responsible for the configuration of the server-wide routines, such as
- System Bounded Context is now configurable — #1115. It was simplified and made less intrusive — #1084.
- Entities now receive messages via
Inbox, which supports message sharding and de-duplication in a multi-node environment — #1096.
- Trace API was introduced — #1090.
- Errors during the message dispatching no longer throw exceptions. A series of system events was introduced instead — #1104.
ConstraintViolatedsystem event was introduced — #1081.
BoundedContextconfiguration was simplified. Also,
BoundedContextBuilderis now the only API to set up the context; all the duplicating API calls were removed from the
BoundedContextitself — #1108.
- It is now possible to
@Commandupon external events — #1116.
@Commandmethods which accept events, may now ignore them — #1114.
BlackBoxBoundedContextAPI was extended with an ability to assert
Subscriptionbehavior by using the corresponding test subjects — #1124, #1126.
BlackBoxBoundedContextAPI is now the only way to test the applications built with Spine. The previous unit-testing framework was removed — #1110.
@ColumnAPI marked as
@Experimental, as we can still see a room for API improvement and further changes — #1134.
IntegrationBusbehavior on handling new
BoundedContexts was fixed — #1120.
- Previously deprecated API was removed — #1122.
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This is the first public release of Spine library supporting the JDBC-compliant storage engines.
Google Cloud Java
This is the first public release of Spine libraries supporting the Google Cloud.