JRebel 4.6 is out, with Vaadin support the big draw
The latest version of JRebel is here, with the link-up with web framework Vaadin getting top billing
We were already very excited at the possibilities that could
come out of the burgeoning partnership between ZeroTurnaround and
Vaadin, and it seems from the latest release of the JAX Innovation Award winner that
they’ve not spent too much time dallying around either.
This stable release now offers comprehensive support for the
open-source RIA framework, meaning
account subscribers can receive direct access to JRebel 4.6 for
developing their applications without needing to redeploy in order
to see code changes. Pretty neat tie-up.
Another big thing for JRebel 4.6 is the beta for ‘JRebel Remoting‘ –
allowing the community to be able to instantly reload
classes without restarting, which they had requested for quite a
while. With JRebel Remoting, developers can use JRebel
on remote machines, meaning that code is written on one machine and
all classes are reloaded to a remote server, no matter where the
server resides. That includes Amazon EC2 cloud
JRebel also manages to stay relevant by adding
support for new features in Spring 3.1, improved CDI
support on GlassFish 3.1.x, not to mention the improved backup
for GWT, Jersey, MyFaces and Jackson 1.9.5. All on
You can upgrade to the latest brand spanking new version
available in a 30-day trial version. Never redeploy again.
Keep your eyes peeled for an exclusive interview with JRebel
CEO Jevgeni Kabanov very soon!