We have recently fixed and improved some features of Apache APISIX, including updates to the mock plugin which now supports adding headers, resolution of an error in the limit-count plugin when using the http variable in stream mode, fixing a cache key conflict issue in the etcd watch implementation, and the addition of a new feature to the admin API that allows forceful deletion of resources using the "force" parameter. Meanwhile, We are pleased to present Apache APISIX 3.4.0 with exciting new features and performance improvements. For more details, please read this biweekly report.
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From 7.03 to 7.16, 21 contributors submitted 45 commits for Apache APISIX. Thank you for your contributions to Apache APISIX.
We have recently fixed and improved some features, and the summary of the updates is as follows:
The mock plugin now supports adding headers.
Fixed an issue in the limit-count plugin where using the http variable in stream mode caused errors.
Fixed a cache key conflict issue in the etcd watch implementation.
Added a new feature to the admin API that allows forceful deletion of resources using the "force" parameter.
"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." The Apache APISIX Community Biweekly Report can help community members better grasp the progress of the Apache APISIX community so that everyone can participate in the Apache APISIX community.
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Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, witnessed the success of the 2023 APISIX open-source Community Meetup on July 4th.
This release provides a new plugin loki-logger to forward logs to Grafana Loki, and allows for mTLS connection on the route level. In addition, the release also includes many other updates to continuously enhance the user experience of APISIX.
APISIX's support for stream routes and, in extension, the MQTT protocol is often overlooked. Let's change this by looking at an end-to-end example of how APISIX can act as an MQTT proxy.
A wealth of documentation tutorials and experience has been accumulated on the Apache APISIX official website and GitHub. If you encounter problems, you can look into the documentation, search keywords in the issues, or participate in the discussion on the issues, proposing your own ideas and practical experience.