View Code Changes Instantly
Instantly reload changes to Java classes, resources and 80+ frameworks’ configuration. Compile quickly with the IDE, instead of slow Maven builds.
Why use JRebel?
View changes instantly
Stop waiting for build & deploy to fix a stupid typo. Test changes in real time.
Afraid to make a change? Experiment freely to see what happens and revert anytime.
Finish sprints on time
JRebel increases team velocity by up to 40%
(backed by surveys and case studies).
Why Users Love JRebel
I am so much more productive with Java, JPA and Spring (and JRebel) than i was with RoR the last months… It's really fun again.
Since migrating to IBM WAS 7.0, we've had trouble with replacing HotCode - we're now using JRebel for uninterrupted development and it's working fine :)
Every delay sucks, so whatever causes less delays rocks.
It's so good I sometimes forget that I'm using a crappy toy OS (Windows) on poorly spec'd hardware with a painfully slow app server rather than Tomcat on OS X.
Since introducing JRebel to our Java development teams, we have not only seen a 30% increase productivity, but also a marked decrease in service requests due to software faults. Our teams can now focus 100% of their attention on development without being hindered by the J2EE cycle Build and Redeploy steps.
Finally after seeing that JRebel won the JAX most innovative Java technology award, I am giving it a try. Sick of all the tomcat restarts.
Life without JRebel is no fun...
JRebel saves a lot of frustration from dealing with JSF, JPA and Tomcat. One big thing is I don't need to start Tomcat every time to see my code!
JRebel is a blast! After the 30-day evaluation version expired, I found it hard to code anymore :-) It was very frustrating developing the old way without JRebel. Thank you very much for this wonderful piece of software!
I seriously cannot understand how I used to do my job without #jrebel.
Working with JBoss, Seam, JSF and the Eclipse JBoss Tools...It's very painful. I had read about JRebel a couple of times on theserverside.com and javalobby and decided to give it a try. It works great.
Just a few compiles without having to deploy was enough to convince me to buy JRebel.
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