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  • noun Plural form of classloader.

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Examples

  • This has the obvious advantage of being very quick, as components are small and the classloaders are granular.

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  • How are dynamic classloaders used to reload Java classes and applications?

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  • In this article we'll review how dynamic classloaders are used in real servers, containers and frameworks to reload Java classes and applications.

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  • To make use of dynamic classloaders we must first create them.

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  • Reloading Java Classes 101, we examined how dynamic classloaders can be used to reload Java classes and applications.

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  • Coming up next, we continue our explanation of classloaders and the redeploy process with an investigation into HotSwap and JRebel, two tools used to reduce time spent reloading and redeploying.

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  • Especially with the more granular approaches (such as frameworks that have per component classloaders, manual classloader dropping and recreating, etc), when you start getting a mixture of older and newer classes all hell can break loose.

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  • It's worth mentioning that using classloaders for code reloading really isn't as smooth as we have described here - this is an introductory article series.

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  • In this article we will take a look at how servers and frameworks use dynamic classloaders to speed up the development cycle.

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  • As each deployment creates new classloaders, it is common to run out of memory in just a few redeploys on a large enough application (whether in development or in production).

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