Just before the end of the year a new version of JRebel is released! The new release brings a log of new goodies and improvements to the existing functionality.
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By using JRebel plugin for Eclipse it is possible to configure application server in case if you want to start the server from command line.
If you wandered how would you use the Remoting feature with IntelliJ IDEA, we have a brand new tutorial for you: Setting up JRebel Remoting with IntelliJ IDEA and Tomcat. The tutorial walks you through a simple application setup with JRebel Remoting, explaining the structure, configuration and trips & tricks of packaging the application for remote updates.
JRebel 5.4.1 is released! This is a minor release, however, it includes some new interesting features. Here are the highlights:
JRebel 5.4 release comes with a few updates for the new versions of servers and frameworks. The integrations were update to support WebLogic 12.1.2 and WebSphere 8.5.5, including Liberty Profile. Also RESTEasy plugin now works with RESTEasy 3.x.
JRebel can be easily configured for virtually any project setup. Maven projects are very common and there is even a JRebel plugin for Maven that generates the rebel.xml configuration files automatically and places it into the correct locations. Here’s a short 2 minutes screencast on how to configure JRebel for a multi-module Maven project. Enjoy!
JRebel is back from summer vacation and a minor update is available for your convenience!
The most notable are the updates of Jersey and FreeMarker plugins. Also ADF integration features some new capabilities – it now supports reloading view objects and task flow definitions. There is a number of other fixes and improvements listed in changelog.
We keep the JRebel team busy with more or less never-ending progress; now we’re working on a brand new version of JRebel and the beta release is imminent. Since it is a major release and there are a lot of new additions that we introduced to the product, we would like to invite volunteers to try out the new beta version on real-life Java projects. The first builds of the new version are expected to be available for download late August / early September.