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Francis De Brabandere
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The Play team is excited to announce Play 2.6.0-RC1. This is the first release candidate for Play 2.6.0. The release candidate status indicates that we believe APIs to be stable. We encourage existing users to upgrade and try it out.

Notably, 2.6.0-RC1 ships with a module to enable HTTP/2 support in the Akka HTTP server. The full list of changes since M5 can be found here: https://github.com/playframework/playframework/compare/2.6.0-M5...2.6.0-RC1/

We have also recently released several Play modules with compatible versions:
- scalatestplus-play 3.0.0-RC1
- play-json 2.6.0-RC1
- play-slick 3.0.0-RC1
- play-ebean 4.0.0-RC1

Much of the work left to be done is in documentation, so please let us know if we missed something in the migration guide, highlights, or anywhere else. Improving the documentation is a great way to start contributing to Play.

We hope to have a final 2.6.0 within a month. Please provide feedback on the mailing list if you find something hard to use or think you found a bug. From now until 2.6.0 final, the Play team's focus will be on fixing any bugs found, improving documentation, and finishing a few small features still in progress.

(content copied from mailing list)

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/play-framework/div4xgSVsjo

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Play 2.6.0-M5 was just released. This contains almost all of the API changes you will see in Play 2.6.0. They plan to release 2.5.0-RC1 in two weeks.

A major change of note in the Scala API is that the BaseController trait contains an abstract ControllerComponents. This way, it can be used in controller mixins to easily access all the standard controller components. There is also an InjectedController trait that gets its dependencies via method injection. See the examples here: https://www.playframework.com/documentation/2.6.x/Migration26#Scala-Controller-changes

You can see all the changes in this milestone here: https://github.com/playframework/playframework/compare/2.6.0-M4...2.6.0-M5/

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/play-framework/cu_co1qbH7M

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The Play team is proud to announce the first milestone of Play 2.6.0 with scala 2.12 compatibility. Like all milestone releases, the main goal is to get feedback, so please let us know if something isn't working or you see something that should be improved.

If you are the author of a Play module, we would recommend checking out this release to see how it will affect your module.


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These releases fix an unintended dependency exclusion in 2.5.11/2.4.9. This fixes the DoS issue in OAuth without any additional dependencies.

https://www.playframework.com/changelog

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/play-framework/vU2WjLemLHM

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Play 2.5.10 was just released, which includes a number of fixes/improvements

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Play 2.5.9 includes a few bug fixes, most notably to fix a regression in query parameter parsing that existed in 2.5.8.

As usual, the full changelog can be found at https://playframework.com/changelog

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Play 2.5.8 was released. This fixes an issue with URI parsing that was introduced in 2.5.7 in the Netty server. The full changes can be found in the changelog: https://www.playframework.com/changelog

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Play 2.5.7 was just released. This upgrades Netty to fix a memory leak that some users are experiencing. It also fixes an issue with JSON serialization of BigDecimals.

As usual, the full changelog can be found here: https://www.playframework.com/changelog

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Play 2.5.6 was released. We highly recommend upgrading, especially if you're on 2.5.5. This fixes an issue with stop hooks being called in 2.5.5.

As usual, the full changelog can be found at https://www.playframework.com/changelog
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