2019 promises to be an exciting year in Java, with changes taking effect in licensing models, the emergence of new technologies and more.
Rogue Wave helps DevOps succeed by improving software quality and security through simplifying development and catching performance issues early.
Discover different tools and process options for how to effectively address performance management.
Our latest eBook walks you through five popular use cases for Java developers and demonstrates how JRebel can work in those environments to transform your development process for huge productivity gains and cleaner, better code.
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As mentioned in our recent webinar, the release cadence of Java has increased with Java 10. A new major version of Java is now released twice a year, in March and September. This means that we will already have Java 11 in five months’ time. This increased pace means that features can be delivered faster, when they are ready, so users no longer have to wait potentially multiple years. Just in the six months between Java 9 and Java 10, we saw numerous features added to Java. Expect to see a good number going into Java 11 as well.
Since the release of JRebel 7.1.0 six months ago, JRebel has become part the robust suite of Java solutions at Rogue Wave Software. To celebrate this, we’ve made the new JRebel release two thousand and eleven times more awesome! Starting with this release, the version number will be based on the year. Making 2018.1.0, the first major release of JRebel in 2018. We’ll follow this up with 2018.2.0, the second major release this year, and so on. The regular minor updates will increment the third digit in the version number, which means the next minor release will be called 2018.1.1. We continuously improve our integrations and deliver support for new framework versions with each JRebel release, be that a major or minor update. So, what are you waiting for?