March 1, 2012
Vaadin, the company behind the popular open source Vaadin Framework, and ZeroTurnaround, creator of JRebel, the award-winning no-redeploy Java tool, have agreed on a partnership that brings JRebel to Vaadin commercial support users starting from today. This partnership underscores Vaadin's commitment in providing the best tools for developing rich web applications on the Java platform.
JRebel - Stop redeploying in Java!
JRebel is a JVM plug-in that eliminates the developer need to build or redeploy their application to see the effects of code changes during application development. With JRebel, Java developers get to see their changes instantly, without having to restart their application server or redeploy their application.
Our team have been using JRebel for years and have found out that it is the best solution for eliminating wait times slowing down enterprise application developers. Saving developers time have been our guideline for over a ten years and thus
we can not pass the opportunity of making developers using Vaadin Framework even more efficient with JRebel.
, Vaadin VP of Commercial Products.
Pro Account - Accelerated Vaadin development
Vaadin Pro Account is a subscription based service that offers commercial support, tools and components for professional Vaadin developers that base their applications on fully free Vaadin Framework. The core value proposition is to maximize the developer productivity and save time in Vaadin development.
When you combine Vaadin and JRebel the effect is amazing, almost magical. The average Java developer spends over 10 minutes per hour redeploying their application to see changes, i.e. adding a new feature or fixing a bug. JRebel eliminates the redep
loy process, saving an average of 5.25 full work weeks per year; we are certain that when developers using Vaadin are able to experience the increased productivity provided by JRebel, they will doubly benefit from Java
s most efficient UI framework and Jav
s most popular redeploy killer.
, ZeroTurnaround's Markitect.