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Video/Webcast | Presented by Coverity

Open Source, Big Data and the IoT: Overcoming Development Challenges

In this webcast, we will discuss the IoT development landscape focusing on common development approaches and pitfalls in Java.

Video/Webcast | Presented by Sencha

Beyond Native Packagers

Native packagers can cause delays and frustration for you and your end users when you are trying to deploy your web application. Learn how your organization can move beyond native packagers to develop and deploy secure cross-platform HTML5 apps.

Coding with JRebel: Java Forever Changed

With JRebel, developers get to see their code changes immediately, fine-tune their code with incremental changes, debug, explore and deploy their code with ease, and ultimately spend more time coding.

E-Learning Provider Reduces Liferay Development Time with JRebel

In this case study, learn how MSLC was able to view code changes instantly, eliminate redeployment wait time, and subsequently streamline application development and change management.

How a German energy company saved 1 day per week of development time with JRebel

Check out the following case study to see how Heliocentris, a global energy supply and efficiency company deployed a development solution that was able to cut their deployment time over one week by an entire day. Read on to learn more.

Java Plugin Eliminates Redeploy Time for Faster Dev

In this brief case study, learn how NetworkedAssets improved their development productivity and experienced a 40% increase in velocity by leveraging a technology that enables you to instantly view code changes, eliminating turnaround time.

What Developers Want: The End of Application Redeploys

Eliminate application restarts in Java with JRebel! JRebel is a JVM plugin that eliminates application redeploys from the Java development cycle, a process that takes over 10 minutes of coding time away from developers each working hour.