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Eclipse 2 for Java Developers

ISBN: 978-0-470-86905-5
478 pages
December 2003
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* Eclipse is an open source extensible IDE which enables a wide range of tool builders to build best of breed integrated tools covering the whole software lifecycle-from conceptual modeling to deployment
* Eclipse is expected to be the development platform of choice for the Java community within the next few years
* This book provides an introduction to the Eclipse Java IDE, showing how projects are laid out and the various facilities available to help write Java code
* Describes SWT and JFace (Eclipse's alternative to the Java AWT and Swing) and then demonstrates in practice in a JavaLayer based MP3 player
* Shows how Eclipse can be used as a tool platform and an application framework
* Demonstrates how to speed up development of applications by reusing and extending existing Eclipse components
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Introduction.

PART 1: THE JAVA IDE.

1. Going places.

2. Organizing your code.

3. Project 1 – Duke speaks.

4. Project development.

5. Advanced topics of project development.

PART 2: REPLACING SWING.

6. The SWT library.

7. JFace.

8. Project 2 – Jukebox.

PART 3: ECLIPSE AS AN APPLICATION PLATFORM.

9. Developing Plug-ins for the Eclipse Platform.

10. Developing your own Eclipse based products.

11. Project 3 – A spell checker as an Eclipse plug-in.

A  Useful Plug-ins for Eclipse.

B  Migrating projects to a new Eclipse version.

C   Important Downloads.

Bibliography.

Index.

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Berthold Daum (Lützelbach, Germany) is a consultant and author for trade magazines and industry publications and of books written both in his native German and in English.
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