- In his friendly, easy-to-understand style, the bestselling author of Java 2
- For Dummies shows developers how to get up to speed fast on this popular Java IDE
- Eclipse, an open source product originally developed by IBM, has an estimated 500,000 users-a 45 percent market share among Java IDEs
- Shows Java developers how to maximize programming productivity with Eclipse, covering all the basics as well as advanced techniques such as using Ant, developing new Eclipse plug-ins, and working with Javadocs JAR files
Part I: The Eclipse Landscape.
Chapter 1: Reader, Meet Eclipse; Eclipse, Meet the Reader.
Chapter 2: Installing Eclipse.
Chapter 3: Using the Eclipse Workbench.
Chapter 4: Changing Your Perspective.
Chapter 5: Some Useful Perspectives and Views.
Part II: Using the Eclipse Environment.
Chapter 6: Using the Java Editor.
Chapter 7: Getting Eclipse to Write Your Code.
Chapter 8: Straight from the Source’s Mouse.
Chapter 9: More Eclipse “Sourcery”.
Chapter 10: Refactoring: A Burd’s Eye View.
Chapter 11: Refactor This!
Chapter 12: Looking for Things in All the Right Places.
Part III: Doing More with Eclipse.
Chapter 13: Working with Projects.
Chapter 14: Running Code.
Chapter 15: Getting Help.
Chapter 16: Squashing Bugs.
Part IV: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 17: Ten Frequently Asked Questions (And Their Answers).
Chapter 18: Ten Great Plug-Ins for Eclipse.
|Code examples from the book||Download|
|Up-to-date instructions for downloading the JRE|
For help installing Eclipse on a Unix/Linix or Mac computer, send email to eclipse@BurdBrain.com.
|Plug-in Manifest Editor |
Learn about the Plug-in Manifest Editor (How to create a simple Eclipse plug-in).
|Public class Swapper|
Find out how to swap two variables without using a safekeeper variable (in Chapter 16).
Questions or concerns
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