Play v2.8.2 Release NotesRelease Date: 2020-05-21 // 3 months ago
🚀 📣 Play 2.8.2 Released
🚀 The Play Team is proud to announce the release of Play 2.8.2.
🍱 📗 What is new?
🛠 The following are the main changes of this bugfix release:
- 🛠 fix HTTP/2 support for JDK8 after u252 #10274
- 🛠 fixed CSRF handling for invalid content types #10289
- artifacts for Scala 2.13 are compiled using
- 👍 allow uploading empty files #10113
- file upload temporary folder is unique again#10194
- 👌 support compile-time injection of named caches (Caffeine) #10070
🍱 🙇 Credits
Finally, thanks to the community for their help with detailed bug reports, discussion about new features, and pull requests review. Play 2.8.2 is only possible due to the help we had from amazing contributors.
🚀 Special thanks to the following contributors who helped with this release:
- Matthias Kurz
- Arnout Engelen
- Suiyi Fu
- Marcos Pereira
- joe gichuru
- Renato Cavalcanti
- Alec Theriault
- Will Sargent
- Al-Mothafar Al-Hasan
- Jacob Wahlgren
- Valy Dia
- David Pinn
- Geoffrey Yip
Previous changes from v2.8.0
🚀 The Play Team is pleased to announce the release of Play Framework 2.8.0-M3. This is the third milestone release of Play 2.8.x series. Like all milestone releases, the primary goal is to get feedback, so please let us know if something isn't working or you see something that should be improved. If you are the author of a Play module, we would recommend checking out this release to see how it will affect your module.
🚀 There are many improvements and changes at this new release, and you can see them all in Github milestone.
Some of the most relevant changes are:
🚀 1. Akka 2.6.0-M4: as you can see in our roadmap, support Akka 2.6 is a priority, so we are closely tracking Akka 2.6 milestone releases to discover possible integrations problems sooner than later. 🚀 2. Dependencies updates: thanks to scala-steward, all dependencies were updated to the newest versions. The most relevant updates were specs2 4.6.0, Jackson Databind 22.214.171.124, and Mockito 3.0.0.
👀 See the full list of changes here:
Finally, thanks to the community for their help with detailed bug reports, discussion about new features, and pull requests review.
Special thanks to the following contributors who helped with this release: Ignasi Marimon-Clos, Dale Wijnand, Marcos Pereira, Renato Cavalcanti, takashima0411, xuwei-k, Matthias Kurz, Nafer Sanabria.