JRebel 6.2.1 is now out! Grab the newest JRebel and enjoy all of the improvements and bug fixes today. Improvements to Eclipse and IntelliJ UIs and several application server integrations!
Product Updates, Company News & Fun
Hello everyone! We just released a new version of the lightweight Java profiler, XRebel with a few important improvements. With XRebel 2.1 you will be able to trace asynchronous invocations for applications that spawn threads via Thread or ExecutorService API. You will also be able to better understand the results since we have added rendering of the aggregated database queries into the application profiling view.
We are excited to announce that for users of IntelliJ, getting started with JRebel is now easy as pie. JRebel supports multiple ways of running your application server: via IDE, from command line, or remotely (on a separate machine). We have worked hard to make sure you follow the right configuration path and don’t get lost during the setup.
Today we’re releasing JRebel 6.2.0. Our newest release is filled with multiple improvements and updates, both within the plugins as well as on the agent side.
Please welcome JRebel 6.1.3. Our newest release is filled with multiple improvements and updates, both within the plugins as well as on the agent side.
In this third installment of the JRebel and Java EE – Let’s be productive series we’re going to focus on CDI Bean Injection. We will define new beans, wire them, and the class reloading abilities of JRebel will let us see the changes in our JSF pages without redeploying.
Some weeks ago we got questions on how to kill processes reliably from Java and instead of explaining this in detail we thought why not release the library that we use internally out into the interwebs.