We have recently made some fixes and improvements to specific features within Apache APISIX. These changes involve utilizing
xrpcto support the dubbo protocol, enabling the recording of OpenTelemetry variables in the
access_log, and allowing modification of request bodies in external plugins. For additional information, please consult the biweekly report.
Apache APISIX has developed into a thriving community since its open-source debut, becoming the world's most active open-source API gateway project thanks to the collaborative efforts of our community partners.
From 9.11 to 9.24, a total of 23 contributors made 43 commits to Apache APISIX. We sincerely appreciate your contributions to Apache APISIX.
We have recently addressed and enhanced various features, and here is a summary of the updates:
xrpcto support the dubbo protocol
Enable the recording of OpenTelemetry variables in the
Allow modification of request bodies in external plugins
"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." The Apache APISIX Community Biweekly Report helps community members understand how the Apache APISIX community is progressing, making it easier for everyone to get involved.
Highlights of Recent Features
Recent Blog Recommendations
WeCity has been using APISIX for its core business since May 2023. Arjen Hof, Co-founder and CTO of WeCity, and Tim van Densen, Software Architect and Lead Developer of WeCity, shared their experience with APISIX.
The integration of APISIX and Coraza provides reliable security protection and ensures the integrity and reliability of API services.
We are pleased to present Apache APISIX 3.5.0 with exciting new features and improvements to user experiences.
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.