Topic: jrebel

Predictions for Java in 2022

The Java landscape moves fast, and with potential changes to OpenJDK release cadence, it’s poised to move even faster. For people like Michael Rasmussen, Head of Development at JRebel by Perforce, staying abreast of these changes, and understanding how they’ll impact development is paramount to creating features that resonate within the Java development community, keeping … continue reading

SD Times news digest: JRebel 2021.3.0 and XRebel 2021.3.0, HPE acquires Ampool, Ruby 3.0.2 released

The JRebel 2021.3.0 release adds support for Vaadin 20.0, SpringBoot 2.5, and Glassfish 6.1.  Vaadin 20.0 has support for Gradle as well as Spring Security helpers and the latest SpringBoot versions allow JRebel users to be able to freely update their applications to the latest technologies available. Also, the XRebel 2021.3.0 release adds support for … continue reading

JRebel speeds all Java app development

Which version of Java should you use? If you’re not sure, you’re not alone. Since the cadence of Java version releases shifted from three or four years to six months as of the Java 9 release, lots of developers have been confused. Many of them have avoided Java 9 and Java 10 because they were … continue reading

JRebel for Android is out, Red Hat launches OpenShift Dedicated, and a startup wants to monetize open source─SD Times news digest: Dec. 15, 2015

JRebel for Android, a productivity tool that enables developers to see their code and resource changes instantly, is now ready to be used. The version 1.0 release includes support for debugger integration, Android Studio 1.0 and later (including 2.0 preview builds), both Android emulators and devices, and incremental install. More information is available here. Red … continue reading

ZeroTurnaround announces the release of JRebel 6

ZeroTurnaround, the maker of revolutionary tools for developing quality software faster, today announced the availability of JRebel 6, the first major release of its flagship product to feature full integration of Javeleon technologies, acquired by ZeroTurnaround in March 2013.  Now Java developers can create higher-quality code even faster, and with less downtime, from the superclass functionality and … continue reading

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