The latest stable release of the JavaRebel code reloading agent includes a plugin for Spring that reloads Spring configuration on-the-fly boosting development productivity even more.
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As we have previously announced we are going to introduce pricing changes to JavaRebel licenses after 15th September.
This double release is a result of our active users submitting quite a few bugs.
The new JavaRebel Spring plugin takes advantage of JavaRebel class reloading to reload Spring dependencies.
Although this release has mainly bugfixes in the changelog it has a lot of changes under the hood.
We will give away 50 personal JavaRebel licenses to those who register first. Also personal licenses will be discounted to $49 until the end of summer.
The new devel branch includes reworked SDK and greatly simplified integration opportunities.
This stable release fixes a number of bugs and introduces a few minor improvements.
We decided that we can facilitate the Scala adoption by putting its productivity on par with the dynamic languages. To do that we have created a special JavaRebel license that can only be used to reload Scala classes, which we donated to the Scala community for free use for a year.