We’re proud to announce the release of Akka Projections 1.0.
In Akka Projections you process a stream of events or records from a source to a projected model or external system. Each event is associated with an offset representing the position in the stream. This offset is used for resuming the stream from that position when the projection is restarted.
As the source you can select from:
For the offset storage you can select from:
The full documentation can be found at https://doc.akka.io/docs/akka-projection/current/.
Supported by Lightbend
We consider the API stable even though we’re still not making any bincompat promise and you should consider all the public API as ApiMayChange. It might be changed based on feedback from initial usage.
Migrating from previous Release Candidates
If you have been using a Release Candidate with JDBC or Slick, there is a small change in the offset store table. The
OFFSET column has been renamed to
CURRENT_OFFSET. Make sure to rename it in your existing schema before upgrading to version 1.0.0.
Feedback, bug reports and feature requests are welcome as issues in akka-projection/issues.
For this release we had the help of 9 committers – thank you all very much!
commits added removed 128 16517 6609 Renato Cavalcanti 88 18580 2529 Patrik Nordwall 43 7784 3363 Sean Glover 28 3278 661 Ignasi Marimon-Clos 11 339 45 Enno Runne 1 5 5 Evan Chan 1 11 11 Christopher Batey 1 39 34 Claudio Scandura 1 1 1 Johan Andrén
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