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.
Product Updates, Company News & Fun
JRebel 5.4.1 is released! This is a minor release, however, it includes some new interesting features. Here are the highlights:Read more
ZeroTurnaround announces the winners of the Developer’s Bucket List Campaign. All three winners selected to visit CERN and will be headed to Switzerland with a guest – with flight, hotel, event tickets and transportation costs covered by ZeroTurnaround in 2014.Read more
ZeroTurnaround partners with German technology provider Compuwave to increase developer productivity. Compuwave will offer ZeroTurnaround’s award-winning JRebel solution to fulfill the growing demand for software development tools that can significantly impact the productivity of development teams.Read more
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.Read more
Here and ready for you is the fourth annual Developer Productivity Report. The study analyzes the responses of 1,006 software engineers from across the globe and takes a scientific approach to analyze which Tools/Technologies and industry ‘Best Practices’ are truly the most effective in the field, plus which toolset rock star software development teams have in their arsenal.Read more
Press Release: eCareSoft Selects ZeroTurnaround’s LiveRebel to Help Deploy New Product Releases With Zero Downtime
eCareSoft, a Texas-based Electronic Health Records (EHR) software company, has selected LiveRebel to help improve their software releases processes. LiveRebel was the prime choice for eCareSoft as they sought out a safe and automated way to deploy software updates, and deliver them to customers without any downtime or interruptionRead more
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!
In the last feature cast we showed you how to add servers – application, web, database and file – to your LiveRebel installation. You also saw how you can drag and drop servers into groups to create environments. Now that we have servers configured, let’s see how we can add applications to LiveRebel and deploy them to these servers.
LiveRebel can deploy, rollback and manage applications from multiple platforms, namely Java, PHP, .NET, Ruby, Python and PERL. Release artifacts can be added to LiveRebel using the web console, an auto-import directory, CLI or plugins for Jenkins, Hudson and Bamboo. Read more for the details!