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Improved XRebel UI for tracking HTTP invocations, SQL and NoSQL queries

The first post in this series we focused on how organizing I/O data made the XRebel UI simple and scalable for Java enterprise apps.

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XRebel UI Awesomeness for Java Enterprise apps

UI design is all about simplicity. What does it mean to be simple?

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XRebel 1.2 Released – JPA/Hibernate, Redis, RMI, WildFly 8.2

Hello and welcome, XRebel 1.2!

The new version of XRebel comes with support for Hibernate/JPA, Redis, Java RMI, WildFly 8.2, improvements for MongoDB support and adds some eye candy too!

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Why you should use XRebel if you are using MongoDB

MongoDB is the most popular NoSQL data store available today. MongoDB organizes JSON-like documents into collections. One collection may contain multiple documents with different structures. It is then up to the user to organize these documents by logically grouping ‘em into collections.

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XRebel 1.1.2 Released – Resin, WebSphere Liberty Profile and OrientDB support

Try JRebel 6 beta: Adding new instance fields without restarting

Try JRebel 6 beta: Now without restarts when making hierarchy changes to superclasses

Try JRebel 6 beta: Now change implemented interfaces without any restarts


Hey folks, before we begin we’re happy announce that our JRebel 6 beta program continues at a great pace and we’re getting some excellent feedback from a lot of early adopters. Want to be one? Simply download the latest version of JRebel and then follow the instructions here for enabling JRebel 6 beta functionality (like changing Superclasses or implemented interfaces without restarting)!

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JRebel 5.6.1 Released – Spring Beans, Jenkins, EJBs in JBoss and more

JRebel 5.6.1 is released and available for download! The new update comes with numerous improvements and bug fixes.

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JRebel 5.5.4 Released – WildFly 8.1, Axis2, PrettyFaces and more!