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Vaadin CDI for Vaadin 10 now available for testing

Vaadin CDI 10.0.0.beta1 is now available. Vaadin CDI integration library has been an important tool for many Vaadin developers, but we wanted to scope it out of initial Vaadin 10 release to get the first version of the new platform out sooner. https://vaadin.com/blog/vaadin-cdi-for-vaadin-10-now-available-for-testing

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Making your viewers waiting time feel shorter using these web components

As web developers, we concern so much about how to load and show content faster on the website. We can speed up loading using techniques like minifying files, lazy loading media or upgrading your server. While those methods might seem straightforward but they usually are time-consuming and costly. Instead of investing big money in those jobs, you can make use of UI elements like loading placeholder and progress bars. This process is called latency compensation. https://vaadin.com/blog/wcw-21-latency-compensation
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With the new versioning scheme, a new version of Vaadin is released every 3 months. The next version is Vaadin 11 and it's in beta phase now. Check it out
https://vaadin.com/blog/vaadin-11-is-now-in-beta-phase
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Vaadin Designer 3 is here

Vaadin Designer is the drag-and-drop visual designer for Vaadin, and we’re happy to announce now that it also supports the latest and greatest Vaadin 10!

https://vaadin.com/blog/vaadin-designer-3-is-here
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What's new in Vaadin 10? Check out the latest webinar https://vaad.in/2KMYznY

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The wait is over. We're happy to announce the release of Vaadin 10!

Vaadin 10 is the largest update in the history of Vaadin. We have rewritten both the components and communication layer. Vaadin 10 allows you to better take advantage of everything in the modern web platform, all while maintaining the productivity you expect from Vaadin. https://vaadin.com/blog/vaadin-10-is-out-
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Hello,
currently i'm working on hardening the security of Vaadin project and stucked in the CSRF token, the main idea is that i have sessionID before the user login and change the SessionID after successful login to avoid session fixation, the same procedure i would like to make for the CSRF aka XSRF token currently i have CSRF token before the login and it remains the same after a successful login which is wrong !

now i want to reinitialize the CSRF token to new value after the successful login, my question is How to change or reinitialize the token after the successful login?

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Using Vaadin WebComponents in the RedisConf Keynote

RedisLabs recently used Vaadin's WebComponents for their keynote presentation. How have you used our components?
https://vaadin.com/blog/using-vaadin-webcomponents-in-the-redisconf-keynote
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