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Mu v0.18.0 is now available

Mu v0.18.0 is now available

Mu is a purely functional library for building RPC endpoint based services with support for RPC and HTTP/2. Now, we’re happy to announce the availability of v0.18.0.

Noteworthy changes in 0.18.0 include:

  • Fixes package names and some refactors #565.
  • Upgrades Build #567.
  • Enables benchmarks for the previous version of Mu #570.
  • Fixes typo in docs #571.
  • Sample http4s REST client/server with client macro derivation #552.
  • Removes deprecated Sbt Settings #573.
  • RPC Server Start with Brackets #566.
  • Prometheus MetricsOps implementation #572.
  • Update docs and reorganizes modules #560.
  • Adapts latest changes in the code generation by Skeuomorph #579.
  • Skips binary dependencies when it’s not necessary #581.
  • CommonRuntime - Converts tut:invisible by tut:silent #585.
  • Removes the compatibility of Monix.Observable in the HTTP layer #587.
  • Minor fixes #588.
  • [Docs] Schema Evolution#481.
  • Fixes decimal protocol #591.
  • Macro Fix - Uses the F param in macro #569.
  • Skeuomorph integration and Proto Source Generation Support #577.

Please visit the official changelog for the complete list of changes.

We would like to give special thanks to the following contributors for this version (in no particular order):

For a full list of the contributors who have helped Mu get to where it is today, please check out: Mu Contributors. We’re always looking for additional help, if you’re interested in contributing please note that all levels are welcome and we’re happy to offer 1:1 mentoring through Mu’s Gitter channel.


The active development of Mu is proudly sponsored by Xebia Functional, formerly 47 Degrees, a Functional Programming consultancy with a focus on the Scala, Kotlin, and Swift Programming languages.

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