Form submission is a pretty standard thing that every Java dev will have to deal with at some point, and having to do a full build/redeploy cycle to see the changes on your form can be frustrating. Follow along with this guide and I’ll show you how you can extend your Spring MVC form application with JRebel enabled and view code changes instantly.
Product Updates, Company News & Fun
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!
Enough REST! Leap by switching to WebSockets with JRebel and Spring Boot
REST and RESTful web services are awesome with a number of benefits, though WebSockets are on a whole new level and solve a number of problems that RESTful HTTP really can’t. The number one benefit of WebSockets is that fast full duplex bi-directional communication channel, that will deliver all your goods with lightning speeds, making all your RESTing buddies seem like a herd of snails traveling through peanut butter. If you’d like to see the numbers behind the claim you can take a look at these comparison benchmarks.
Seven Years and Counting
ZeroTurnaround has spent more than 7 years helping Java developers be more productive. Irrespective of who or where they are, or what projects they work on, JRebel has helped more than 50,000 developers eliminate redeploys in Java, so that they can see the impact of their code changes instantaneously. In short, JRebel has been getting devs home in time for dinner for 7 years. That’s pretty cool.
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.
In a previous blogpost, my colleague, friend and exceptionally talented thumb war player, Adam Koblentz, discussed how Spring can be super charged in a development environment to avoid unproductive developer tasks, eliminating build, compile, redeployment and container restarts. Sounds too good to be true? Wrong! This is something many other languages, particularly scripting languages like perl or PHP take for granted. And we want you to be as productive as possible because…
JRebel 6 – New agent, less redeploys
Everyone on the JRebel team at ZeroTurnaround is proud to announce the newest major release of JRebel. Grab it now or keep reading.