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Vaadin Framework 8.1 is now stable

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Matti Tahvonen
Matti Tahvonen
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On Jul 25, 2017 9:30:00 AM
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I’m pleased to announce that Vaadin Framework 8.1 is now declared as stable. As discussed earlier, it brings the much awaited component support to the Grid’s columns, Vaadin 8 style support for hierarchical data structures (Tree and TreeGrid), improved drag and drop support, and enhanced OSGi (& Liferay 7) features.

In addition to the major features, there is a set of smaller enhancements and bugfixes included. To see the full list of changes, refer to the release notes.

Our active community deserves a big thanks for the participation during the beta and alpha periods. Many APIs became simpler and several bugs were fixed before the final release.

Try it out now!

Upgrade from version 8.0 series is super simple. Just change the version in your pom.xml to 8.1.0 and you can start hacking with the new features. If you are upgrading from version 7, you can follow the instructions from the docs site.

To create fresh new projects, follow the instructions on the get started page.

See what’s new in 8.1

Matti Tahvonen
Matti Tahvonen
Matti Tahvonen has a long history in Vaadin R&D: developing the core framework from the dark ages of pure JS client side to the GWT era and creating number of official and unofficial Vaadin add-ons. His current responsibility is to keep you up to date with latest and greatest Vaadin related technologies. You can follow him on Twitter – @ MattiTahvonen
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