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JXRay 2.7 released

Posted on January 1, 2020

In the latest version, we made a big number of usability, scalability and performance improvements. The reports are generated faster now and became more informative. However, the most visible change is on the top of each new report: the “Most important issues” section became much more user-friendly. We hope the first time users, and those less familiar with the Java internals, will find it most useful. See the screenshot below, which should be self-explanatory.

Pay-as-you-go now available

Posted on December 18, 2019

With JXRay 2.6u10 release, you now have an option to “pay as you go”. You may add money to your account on the Buy page, and then a small amount will be deducted from your balance after every successful JXRay run. You get a JXRay account automatically after running it for the first time. We hope that those of you who use JXRay infrequently will enjoy this option!
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Duplicate Objects in Java: Not Just Strings

Posted on February 27, 2019

Did you ever consider that instances of other classes can sometimes be duplicate and waste a considerable amount of memory?Read the full article here.

What’s Wrong With Small Objects in Java?

Posted on January 15, 2019

There are reasons you should not use numerous small objects in Java. Read the full article here.