JRebel uses reflection, byte code modification and other clever approaches to remove turnaround time from a developers’ daily life. When combined with an IDE, these approaches need a little tweaking, so — The JRebel Plugin for IntelliJ IDEA focuses on improving JRebel in IntelliJ IDEA, handling debugging issues, and making it easy for you to configure JRebel, directly from the IDE interface.
JavaONE 2009 raffle licenses have been sent out. All license winners be sure to check your SPAM folder if you don’t have the license email in your inbox.
JavaONE 2009 has ended now. It was fun meeting all the people who came by our booth and congrats to the next batch of JavaRebel license winners.
JavaOne 2009 has been going great for us so far. We have a booth at the pavilion, we’re doing demos, talking to current and new customers and having a blast. We also have a raffle for JavaRebel licenses. The first 5 winners of the JavaONE JavaRebel license are:
We’re happy to announce the JavaRebel 2.0.1 release. It is a maintenance release incorporating all the bugfixes that have accumulated during the past two months. It also updates the bundled plugins to the latest versions.
The JavaRebel Eclipse plugin was released into the wild today. Though JavaRebel does not depend on any IDE, it’s awesome when you can setup and configure JavaRebel with a single click. This plugin also includes better support for debugging JavaRebel enabled applications.
This is a small bug-fix release of JSP Weaver. All the issues that have been reported have been fixed and some performance optimizations from the development snapshots have also been included.