The Play Team is pleased to announce the release of Play Framework 2.6.15. This is the latest stable release of Play.
What happened to Play 2.6.14?
Play 2.6.14 was released, but we missed a few things so we're releasing Play 2.6.15 instead.
What is Play Framework?
Play is a high-productivity Java and Scala web application framework that integrates the components and APIs you need for modern web application development.
Play is based on a lightweight, stateless, web-friendly architecture and features predictable and minimal resource consumption (CPU, memory, threads) for highly-scalable applications thanks to its reactive model, based on Akka Streams.
- To start a new project, visit https://www.playframework.com/download.
- To upgrade an existing Play 2.6 project, edit your
project/plugins.sbtfile and set the
- To update an older Play project, take a look at the Play 2.6 Migration Guide.
Join the Play Community
Want to discuss the new release or have questions related to Play? Visit the Play Framework forum.
Play 2.6.15 brings several bug fixes and performance improvements. Notable changes:
- Adds support for programmatically overring Akka HTTP configuration. See the documentation.
jackson-databindto a more secure version. If you want to have a more secure version without updating Play you can update the dependency directly.
For more details see the full list of changes and the 2.6.14 and 2.6.15 issues on GitHub.
Thanks to the community for their detailed bug reports and contributions.
Thanks to Lightbend for their continued sponsorship of the Play core team's efforts. Lightbend offers commercial support for Play.
Special thanks to the following contributors who helped with this release: Arnout Engelen, Ben McCann, Cédric Chantepie, Greg Methvin, Ivar Abrahamsen, James Petty, James Roper, John Duffell, Kamil Duda, Kenji Yoshida, Marcos Pereira, Matthias Kurz, Rich Dougherty, Schmitt Christian, Thibault Meyer.