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Welcome to JRebel!
JRebel explained in 60 seconds.
JRebel in your IDE
Get your JRebel as an IDE plugin. Here are instructions for setup, activation and usage in:
How to configure your rebel.xml.
All of the JRebel benefits, applied to a remote server.
Problems? We have the solutions.
How to activate, configure and use the JRebel standalone.
- ZIP archive
- License activation
- Application configuration (rebel.xml)
- Quick start (for standalone applications)
- Application server from the command line
Dig even deeper.
1 JRebel at a glance
- 1.1 JRebel demo in one minute
- 1.2 JRebel in action
- 1.3 Complete JRebel product demonstration
2 JRebel for Eclipse
- 2.1 JRebel for Eclipse: installation
- 2.2 JRebel for Eclipse: project configuration
- 2.3 JRebel for Eclipse: eliminating restarts
- 2.4 JRebel for Eclipse: using JRebel with Tomcat for Spring-based applications
- 2.5 JRebel for Eclipse: Spring bean changed with JRebel
- 2.6 Using JRebel with Eclipse WTP
3 JRebel for IntelliJ
- 3.1 Getting started with JRebel and IntelliJ IDEA
- 3.2 Webinar: Using JRebel with IntelliJ IDEA
4 JRebel for MyEclipse
- 4.1 JRebel for MyEclipse and Tomcat (in 5 minutes)
- 4.2 JRebel for MyEclipse and IBM WebSphere
- 4.3 Webinar: JRebel for MyEclipse Blue 10
5 Miscellaneous videos
- 5.1 Getting started with JRebel and JSF using NetBeans IDE
- 5.2 Build a web-based IDE with Vaadin 6 and JRebel
- 5.3 Webinar: Building RESTful application using JRebel
- 5.4 How to configure JRebel for multi-module Maven projects
- 5.5 RESTEasy application instant updates with JRebel
Other cool stuff
2 Hacking JRebel
- 2.1 Implementing JRebel plugins
- 2.2 Making use of JRebel callbacks (coming soon)