Oh, I should add that my favourite addition to Camel since then is the REST
DSL which allows you to write a REST API directly as a Camel route instead
of relying on CXF proxy classes. It allows you to use one of several
different libraries as your backend, too. See here for more info:

On 17 September 2016 at 12:02, Matt Sicker <boa...@gmail.com> wrote:

> All the code samples from CiA are tested against each release, so they all
> still work. There's a lot of new components since 2.5, but the basic DSL
> remains the same.
> On 17 September 2016 at 11:59, medali_k <mkhem...@icloud.com> wrote:
>> I am trying to learn Camel from the book 'Camel in Action'. The current
>> edition of the book uses Camel 2.5 while Camel is now at version 2.17. I
>> need help with these questions:
>> 1/ Is there a big difference between the 2 versions?
>> 2/ If I complete the book, what kind of other resources/subjects should I
>> look at in order to update myself to the newer versions of Camel?
>> Note that I don't have time to wait for the new edition of the book,
>> apparently scheduled to be released in March 2017.
>> Many thanks for helping!!
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