We just published two bugfix releases for Hibernate Search: 5.11.4.Final
These releases mainly upgrade Hibernate Search to the latest compatible
Hibernate ORM versions and fix one issue with the Elasticsearch integration.
See our blog for more information:
Earlier this month, we released Hibernate Validator 6.1.0.Final and
6.0.18.Final is a bugfix release, nothing much to say about it.
6.1.0.Final has some exciting changes, including the move to Jakarta Bean
Validation and a new bootstrap tailored for Quarkus.
More about all that in the full announcement:
Both versions deprecate and mark for removal the @SafeHtml constraint. I
explained the rationale of this change in the blog post.
Have a nice day!
Quarkus 1.0 was announced a few days ago, so we'd like to remind everyone
that on top of being available in most pre-existing frameworks, Hibernate
ORM, Search and Validator are already in Quarkus!
There's plenty of documentation and examples on the Quarkus website itself.
For more insight into Hibernate Search specifically, we just released a
walkthrough. It explains how to create a REST + CRUD application that
provides full-text search features by leveraging Hibernate Search to
automatically mirror (parts of) the database to Elasticsearch. It also
covers building the application as a native binary and then packaging and
running it in a container.
- Hibernate Search + Quarkus walkthrough:
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/yoannrodiere/status/1194178682249715713