Apache Software Foundation is announcing that Apache Commons Pool with version number 2.3 is already available to download.
What is Apache Commons Pool ?
Apache Commons Pool is A Java library implementing the object pooling, a software design pattern that requests objects from a pool of alternatives instead of creating or destroying them at runtime .
Apache Commons Pool is a reusable Java component for all developers looking to boost up their application’s performance by overhauling the way data objects are managed.Instead of creating and destroying object when they’re needed or not needed anymore, this library uses a pool of shared objects.Objects can be pulled in from this pool and then sent back to it when not needed.This saves up application resources, while the Apache Commons Pool library lets the user manage the pooling system to avoid common security pitfalls.
This is changelog for Apache Commons Pool version 2.3 :
- Version 2 of Apache Commons Pool contains a completely re-written pooling implementation compared to the 1.x series.
You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage: commons.apache.org