Today we are releasing GraalVM 21.3! It brings a lot of great features that have been long anticipated by the community, and in this blog post we’ll talk about some of the most interesting and promising of them.
21.3 is the last release of the year, which means that for GraalVM Community Edition it will keep receiving updates for the next 12 months. So if you were considering upgrading your GraalVM version, now is a great time to do so!
You can also see what’s new in our release stream recording:
Along with the JDK11-based builds, GraalVM 21.3 is also available for recently released Java 17. This means that in addition to all the great Java 17 features, such as pattern matching for switch expressions, sealed classes, platform updates and many more, we are also getting access to all Java 11+ features accumulated in Java 17. So go ahead and give it a try! To learn more about making the most out of the Java 17 features with GraalVM and Micronaut, watch this Developer Live session by Graeme Rocher. Read the complete article here.
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