Morphia 1.6.0 and 2.0.0 have been released

I am beyond thrilled to announce the release of not one but two new versions of Morphia. We’ll start off with the 1.6.0 release. Release notes can be found here. This release has two main goals:

  1. To provide support for the 4.x driver series on the legacy API
  2. To provide a migration path for 2.0 via a set of deprecations.

The deprecation coverage isn’t complete and there are a few changes you’ll want to make after migrating to 2.0 but if you clean up all the deprecations you can on 1.6, it should compile just fine on 2.0. Then you’ll just want to complete the job of cleaning up the deprecations.

The bigger news is that 2.0.0 has officially been released. You can find those release notes here. I won’t go in to all the details here because I’ve written a blog with the history of the release for those interested and a breakdown of the updates. This release represents almost 3 years of work (woven between other responsibilities and releases) and hundreds if not thousands of hours of work. I do hope you’ll check it out. It’s the foundation for many great things I have planned.

As always if you run in problems or questions with either release, please don’t hesitate to file an issue and we’ll try to work things out together. A big thank you to everyone who’s provided feedback so far.

Take care.