If you are new to XRebel, considering it for the first time, or just need a refresher, this session will provide some great tips and insights on how to get the most out of the tool.
XRebel is a tool for monitoring web application performance in development and is designed specifically for Java developers. XRebel helps developers to find and fix issues early, which reduces production issues and translates to superior end user experience. The rapid feedback that developers get also makes the entire team using XRebel more efficient.
From a features standpoint, XRebel profiles application code, tracks exceptions, and logs all the external queries executed by the application. XRebel’s browser widget raises issues with slow requests and excessive IO, allowing you to quickly find the root cause.
Anton Arhipov, Developer Advocate
Anton Arhipov is a Java Champion and Developer Advocate at ZeroTurnaround. Anton has over 10 years of Java programming experience. His professional interests include everything Java, but also other programming languages, middleware and developer tooling. He has also participated in the JavaOne selection committee for several years.