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Java UI framework Vaadin releases version 8

After a long period of development, Vaadin Ltd has released version 8 of the Vaadin Java UI framework with a slew of new features.  The most notable changes can be found in the data binding API of the framework. Based on Java 8, the latest Vaadin 8 release take advantage of lambda expressions introduced in Java 8 to make data binding much much expressive and easy.