WildFly Camel 4.5.0 released



WildFly Camel 4.5.0 has been relased. I’ve not covered any of the significant changes to WildFly Camel since the 4.0.0 release, so it’s high time I wrote an article to talk about some of them.

Project documentation

The project documentation has been migrated from GitBook to Asciidoc format and is now found at:

http://wildfly-extras.github.io/wildfly-camel

New supported components

Since the 4.0.0 release an additional 45 components are now supported. The aim is to support as many Camel components as is possible. Providing they are not marked as deprecated, use technologies that have reached end of life and do not clash with existing WildFly functionality.

The project now also maintains roadmaps for Camel components, dataformats and scripting languages.

WildFly Camel S2I Docker image for OpenShift

Adoption of development on Kubernetes and OpenShift continues apace. The WildFly Camel project recently added its own Source To Image (S2I) Docker image to support this.

More details can be found here.

Eclipse Che workspaces

A quick way of getting started with WildFly Camel development is via our Eclipse Che workspaces. Follow the link and you’ll be able to work on example projects.

Camel on WildFly Swarm

We continue to maintain the Camel subsystem integration with the WildFly Swarm project. The latest example projects can be found here.