Guava 32.0 (released today) and the @Beta annotation

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  • Guava

    Google core libraries for Java

    I'll admit I'm surprised to see that BOMs have been documented on maven.apache.org since mid-2008. It looks like Spring, for example, didn't adopt them until mid-2014. I don't know how widely they caught on in other areas. The first discussion of them in the context of Guava may have been in 2018, as I don't see mention of them in the various issues from 2011-2015 (#605, #1329, #1471, #1954.

  • Caffeine

    A high performance caching library for Java

    A lot of Guava's most popular libraries graduated to the JDK. Also Caffeine is the evolution of our c.g.common.cache library. So you need Guava less than you used to. Hooray!

  • WorkOS

    The modern identity platform for B2B SaaS. The APIs are flexible and easy-to-use, supporting authentication, user identity, and complex enterprise features like SSO and SCIM provisioning.

  • proguard

    ProGuard, Java optimizer and obfuscator

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