Zeroturnaround have announced the first major update to JRebel since June 2012. We asked founder Jevengi Kabanov what enhancements the JRebel team have created in the past two years.
Oracle’s latest Java releases have thrown a spanner in the works for several third-party tools.
Zeroturnarounds latest update to its redeployment-avoiding flagship tool brings plenty of fun for Java devs
ZeroTurnaround report tallying the leading tools and technologies for the platform in 2014 indicates Java 8 a priority for majority, and rise of JVM languages in enterprise.
When you send a package through FedEx it goes through a tracked, automated process to ensure the package arrives promptly at the destination. The same should apply to every commit you make. Continuous delivery describes how this process can be made fully automated and transparent. Yevgeni Kabanov (Zero Turnaround) shows you how your commits can be “FedExed” to production on application servers like JBoss, Tomcat, Weblogic and others with the help of Jenkins and Live Rebel. Filmed at W-JAX in Munich.
Two fresh new projects helping each other out – the Arquillian team demonstrate the JRebel extension to massively reduces redeploys.
From JAX 2012 in Mainz. Hartmut Schlosser chats to ZeroTurnaround’s Oliver White about their products JRebel and LiveRebel. May contain lightsabers.
With LiveRebel 2.0 appearing recently, we wanted to talk to one of the key men behind it. We talk to ZeroTurnaround’s leader about the latest version and general Java goodness.
The latest version of JRebel is here, with the link-up with web framework Vaadin getting top billing
The ZeroTurnaround are building on their successful JRebel with the second major version of LiveRebel -an out-of-the-box solution to end slow, inefficient production deployment.
Java web framework Vlaadin is offering JRebel as part of their Pro Vlaadin Account
Red Hat’s full fledged standalone Eclipse based IDE is ready for its latest preview – making it even easier to get creating.
The development tools company are looking for YOUR views on developer habits and productivity in a new survey.
The Groovy community finally gets preliminary JRebel with Gradle plugin