A new version of JRebel is released and a number of its plugins have been updated to keep up with the new versions of the frameworks.
Last week Simon challenged me with his own implementation of HTTP server in Kotlin. Challenge accepted! So I picked Ceylon, the programming language developed by Red Hat and tried to implement the same. Ceylon is fairly new programming language and haven’t reached its final 1.0 version yet. Read more
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Just before the New Year, we have an update for our JRebel users. Just released, JRebel 5.1.2 with a number of improvements is available for download.
To give you some brief highlights:
- Apache Camel routes reloading
- Improved support for EJBs on JBoss 7
- Updated JRebel for Eclipse plugin
- Updated JRebel for IntelliJ IDEA plugin
- Updated JRebel for NetBeans plugin
This minor update of JRebel comes with a number of bug fixes and improvements that were requested by our users. Without further ado, here is the list of highlights for this release:Read more
It’s been a busy, crazy two months since we released JRebel 5.0.1, and during this time a lot has happened. Not necessarily related to the release, but to the well-being of the ZT team. We went to the beautiful island of Crete and we rocked the floor at JavaOne in San Francisco just recently. But despite work travel & vacations, we’re actually ready to announce the release of JRebel 5.1. Here are the 3 most awesome things about this release:Read more
Why should I know about JRebel?
For you folks hearing about us for the first time, JRebel is Java’s most popular redeploy killer productivity tool for Java developers that instantly updates the running application whenever changes are made to class structures, resource files and framework configuration files.Read more