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Tim Moore

Lagom 1.3.10 is released!

The Lagom team has released Lagom 1.3.10

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Renato Cavalcanti

Lagom 1.3.9 is released!

The Lagom team has released Lagom 1.3.9

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Ignasi Marimon-Clos

Lagom 1.4.0-M2!

Lagom 1.4.0-M2!

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Ignasi Marimon-Clos

Lagom 1.3.8 is here!

Lagom 1.3.8 is ready

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Renato Cavalcanti

Lagom 1.3.7 is released!

The Lagom team has released Lagom 1.3.7

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Tim Moore

Lagom 1.3.6 is released!

The Lagom team has released Lagom 1.3.6

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Ignasi Marimon-Clos

Lagom 1.4.0-M1 is released!

Lagom 1.4.0-M1 has arrived!

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Ignasi Marimon-Clos

Lagom 1.3.5 is released!

Lagom 1.3.5 is ready!

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Lagom 1.3.4 is released!

The Lagom team has released Lagom 1.3.4

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Introducing the Lagom code generator

Consuming 3rd party services with a Swagger spec just got easier!

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Welcome Outreachy Interns Ruchika Lakhina and Yuliana Apaza

Congratulations to Lagom’s Outreachy Interns Ruchika Lakhina and Yuliana Apaza!

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James Roper

Lagom 1.3.3 is released!

The Lagom team has released Lagom 1.3.3

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Tim Moore

Lagom 1.3.2 is released!

The Lagom team has released Lagom 1.3.2

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Tim Moore

Lagom 1.3.1 and 1.2.3 are released!

The Lagom team has released Lagom 1.3.1 and 1.2.3.

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James Roper

Lagom 1.3.0 is released!

Lagom 1.3.0 has been released! This much anticipated release includes the new Lagom Scala API, an issue voted on by over 400 people. In addition, it also includes JPA support, allowing developers familiar with a more traditional Java stack to ease their way into Lagom without having to relearn everything at once.

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James Roper

Lagom Scala API release candidate 2

The second release candidate of Lagom to include the new Scala API, Lagom 1.3.0-RC2, has been released.

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James Roper

Lagom Scala API release candidate

The first release candidate of Lagom to include the new Scala API, Lagom 1.3.0-RC1, has been released.

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Ignasi Marimon-Clos

Lagom 1.2.2 is ready!

The Lagom team is proud to announce the release of Lagom 1.2.2! This is a bugfix release.

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James Roper

Introducing the Lagom Scala API

The Lagom team are proud to announce the first milestone release of the Lagom Scala API, Lagom 1.3.0-M1! This release has been many months in the making, and we’ve cut this milestone as a preview release in the hope that we can get some early feedback before we cut the final release.

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Ignasi Marimon-Clos

Lagom 1.2.1 is ready!

The Lagom team is proud to announce the release of Lagom 1.2.1! This is a minor release providing some bugfixes and also a performance enhancement.

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Tim Moore

Lagom 1.2 is released!

The Lagom team is proud to announce the release of Lagom 1.2! This release introduces support for message brokers, JDBC, and an overhaul of read sides.

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James Roper

Lagom 1.2.0 is almost here!

Lagom 1.2.0-RC2 has been released, and we are expecting that 1.2.0 will be released any day now!

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James Roper

What's next in Lagom 1.2?

The Lagom team have released the first milestone of Lagom 1.2, with three new major features to try out.

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James Roper

Lagom 1.1 is released!

The Lagom team are proud to announce the release of Lagom 1.1! The primary new feature of Lagom 1.1 is maven support - this includes support for running the Lagom development environment in Maven.

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James Roper

Introducing Maven support!

The Lagom team are proud to announce the introduction of Maven support for Lagom! We’ve published Lagom 1.1.0-RC1 with this support, and are keen to get feedback from users to see if it works.

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James Roper

Lagom 1.0 is released!

The Lagom team are proud to announce that Lagom 1.0 has been released! We have been working hard on hardening Lagom and simplifying the APIs. We now have a framework that is production ready, and look forward to beginning this journey with a new way of writing microservices. We’re also launching a new website and blog, which we hope will serve the community well going forward.

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