On Thursday, October 27 at 12:00 P.M. EDT (16:00 UTC) we'll show you the time-saving advantages and IDE advancements with JRebel for MyEclipse Blue

Along with ZeroTurnaround we're conducting a free webinar following the release of “JRebel for MyEclipse Blue.” This combination pack eliminates redeploy times to IBM WAS, while demonstrating the power of a lightweight developer suite tailored for IBM RAD customers. Combined, these two technologies represent a leap forward in the tools software developers use to save considerable time and effort on their web or desktop application projects.

In the hour long webinar developers will learn how to install, configure and begin using JRebel for MyEclipse Blue with IBM enterprise installations.

Who: Eclipse Foundation members Genuitec and ZeroTurnaround

What: A how-to on JRebel for MyEclipse Blue IDE

When: Thursday, October 27 at 12:00 P.M. EDT (16:00 UTC)

Where: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/824655310

JRebel (formerly JavaRebel) is a specialized plug-in that enables developers to see the effects of code changes during development without the need to build or redeploy their application. According to an annual Java EE Productivity Report 2011, this process consumes an average of 10.5 minutes of every coding hour for the average Java EE developer (which translates to over 5 weeks per year).

This special JRebel plug-in, which has a free 30-day evaluation period, provides a unique configuration wizard that lets users enable JRebel integration with MyEclipse Blue and IBM WebSphere (35 servers are supported).

With over 12 million downloads, developers worldwide choose the MyEclipse product suites because they are the most affordable and comprehensive J2EE IDEs and Web development tools for the Eclipse open-source platform. MyEclipse Blue is the Eclipse plug-in based solution for all IBM developer needs with support for WebSphere, WAS, UML, Ajax, Web, Web Services, J2EE, JSP, XML, HTML 5, Struts, JSF, Java Persistence, EJB, extended database support, profiling and application server integration.

JRebel for MyEclipse Blue is sold as an annual subscription and can be purchased at a special introductory price of US $165, which includes full support and upgrades to new versions several times per year at no additional cost. There are free licenses available for Open Source and Scala projects.

Try free for 30-days, JRebel for MyEclipse Blue: http://www.myeclipseide.com/jrebelformyeclipse

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Posted on Oct 26th 2011