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Vaadin Framework 8.3 is now stable

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Matti Tahvonen
Matti Tahvonen
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On Jan 25, 2018 12:00:00 PM
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It’s my pleasure to announce that Vaadin Framework 8.3.0 is now out and ready for general usage. As discussed in the previous beta blog entry, the most significant enhancements are in the integration libraries to Spring and CDI. Also, many components have received nice improvements.

To take advantage of the latest integration libraries, you can just upgrade your vaadin-bom dependency to 8.3.0, which declares both Vaadin CDI and Vaadin Spring libraries to the most recent version. If you use explicit version numbers, both Vaadin Spring and Vaadin CDI should use version 3.0.0.

What’s up next?

The next feature release is scheduled for the 25th of April. If you have ideas of what should be included, start lobbying your ideas via GitHub now. We're happy to have had so many community contributions lately make it into the releases and are looking forward to yours in the next one as well!

Bugfix releases will be delivered for the 8.3 series in the usual manner.

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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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