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Vaadin releases

You can find links to the release contents of current and previous Vaadin platform versions and the latest versions of the platform tools on this page.

Vaadin 23

Vaadin 23 is the latest stable version released under the new simplified release model. This is the recommended version for all users.

The latest version is 23.2.10, published on Nov 29, 2022.

Vaadin 23 is supported for free a year after the next major release, Vaadin 24. Prime and Enterprise subscriptions include support until March 2027.

Each minor version (e.g. 23.1) is supported for 6 months after release.

See release notes in GitHub.

Vaadin Designer

Vaadin Designer is a visual tool for building application views with a drag-and-drop editor

The latest version is 4.6.20, published on Nov 05, 2022.

See release notes in GitHub.

Learn more about Designer.

Vaadin Collaboration Kit

The latest version is 5.2.0, published on Sep 05, 2022.

See release notes in GitHub.

Learn more about the Collaboration Kit.

Supported older versions

Vaadin 14

Vaadin 14 is the latest long-term supported version under our former release model. We will support it for free until August 2024 and for another 10 years commercially. All fixes are done to the latest released version.

We recommend this version for users who require Java 8 support.  For applications that require great IE11 support, we recommend Vaadin 8.

The latest version 14.9.2, published on Nov 28, 2022.

Release highlights.

See release notes in GitHub.

Vaadin 8

Vaadin 8 is the previous generation of our framework and is based on GWT. It still powers a lot of business web apps in production and active development. Free support for Vaadin 8 ended in February 2022, and the extended maintenance continues until 2032.

The latest version is 8.18.0.
Learn more about release artifacts.

Vaadin 22

Vaadin 22 is the latest stable version to support Java 8, and will be exceptionally maintained for an extra year, until March 2023, to help transition to Java 11.

The latest version is 22.0.24, published on Oct 10, 2022.

Release highlights.

See release notes in GitHub.

Vaadin 7

Free support for Vaadin 7 ended in February 2019. Extended maintenance is available for Vaadin Prime subscription customers up until 2029. The latest LTS version is 7.7.36, published on Nov 24, 2022.

Learn more about the extended maintenance.

Vaadin 10

The first LTS version with the current generation of web components based front-end stack. The first stable release was on Jun 25, 2018. The open-source version is supported until Jun 25, 2023. The extended maintenance continues until Jun 25, 2033. See release notes for 10.0.0 or the latest Vaadin 10 version 10.0.21.

 

Deprecated versions

Vaadin 21

The first stable release was on September 8, 2021. See release highlights.

Vaadin 20

The first stable release was on June 2, 2021. See release highlights.

Vaadin 19

The first stable release was on Mar 10, 2021. See release highlights.

Vaadin 18

The first stable release was on Dec 2, 2020. See release highlights.

Vaadin 17

The first stable release was on Sep 2, 2020. See release highlights.

Vaadin 16

The first stable release was on Jun 3, 2020. It included support for right-to-left languages. See release highlights.

Vaadin 15

The first stable release was on Mar 4, 2020. Vaadin 15 included the first features from supporting building client-side views with TypeScript and Java plus a faster build with pnpm. See release highlights.

Vaadin 13

The first stable release was on Mar 6, 2019. This release included ten new components and more component enhancements, context-menu support, keyboard shortcuts, and dynamic route registration. See release highlights.

Vaadin 12

The first stable release was on Dec 5, 2018. Vaadin 12 introduced dozens of new components and component improvements, a new Material theme, PWA support, and Multi-platform Runtime. See release highlights.

Vaadin 11

The first stable release was on Sep 5, 2018. Version 11.0 introduced the initial support for Gradle projects, a couple of new components, and a new Vaadin Charts version. See release notes in GitHub.