Eclipse IDE

ISBN-10: 0596100655
ISBN-13: 9780596100650
Edition: 2005
Authors: Ed Burnette
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Description: More and more Java programmers are drawn every day to the convenience and power of this open-source IDE, which packs a code editor, compiler, debugger, text editor, GUI builder, and other components into a single user-friendly application. But  More...

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List price: $9.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/22/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 130
Size: 4.25" wide x 7.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.242
Language: English

More and more Java programmers are drawn every day to the convenience and power of this open-source IDE, which packs a code editor, compiler, debugger, text editor, GUI builder, and other components into a single user-friendly application. But there's more to the story. Lately, Eclipse has come to be known as the IDE for "anything, and nothing at all,"" meaning that you can use it to develop software in just about any language, not just Java.Yes, Eclipse is that good. It doesn't just catch your errors before you compile, it also suggests solutions. All you need to do is point and click. And Eclipse is free--what could be better? How about a handy guide that not only brings beginners up to speed on the IDE, but also gives experienced Eclipse developers a pocket-sized quick reference for important views, menus, commands, and preferences--all described in clear, easy to understand language?The new Eclipse IDE Pocket Guide is the ultimate ""no fluff" user's manual for the Eclipse, in particular the Java Development Toolkit (JDT). The book offers just enough background and overview for those who have never used it before, starting with an explanation of important IDE concepts, such as Views and Editors, and how they work in Eclipse.The main focus of the book is on building practical development tools with Eclipse (and all of its many Java plug-ins) for web development, application design and modeling, performance and testing, and more. Experienced users will appreciate the book's command reference for common, repetitive tasks and its coverage of Perspectives and Launch Configurations. You'll also find instructions for debugging and integration with tools like Ant, JUnit, and CVS.If you're not already using Eclipse, download it and grab a copy of the Eclipse IDE Pocket Guide today. You'll be productive with Exclipse in no time.

Ed Burnette is a software industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience as a programmer, author, and analyst. He is a founding member and senior researcher at the SAS Advanced Server Research group, and is the creator of Planet Android (www.planetandroid.com). Ed has authored numerous technical articles and books, including Google Web Toolkit: Taking the Pain out of Ajax and Eclipse IDE Pocket Guide. In his copious spare time, you can often find him playing video games with his two sons at their home in central North Carolina.

Introduction
What Is Eclipse?
Conventions Used in This Book
System Requirements
Downloading Eclipse
Installing Eclipse
3, 2, 1, Launch!
Specify a Workspace
Exploring Eclipse
Getting Upgrades
Moving On
Workbench 101
Views
Editors
Menus
Toolbars and Coolbars
Perspectives
Rearranging Views and Editors
Maximizing and Minimizing
Java Done Quick
Creating a Project
Creating a Package
Creating a Class
Entering Code
Running the Program
Debugging
Running the Debugger
Setting Breakpoints
Single Stepping
Looking at Variables
Changing Code on the Fly
Unit Testing with JUnit
A Simple Factorial Demo
Creating Test Cases
Running Tests
Test First
Tips and Tricks
Code Assist
Templates
Automatic Typing
Refactoring
Hover Help
Hyperlinks
Quick Fixes
Searching
Scrapbook Pages
Java Build Path
Launch Configurations
Views
Breakpoints View
Console View
Debug View
Declaration View
Display View
Error Log View
Expressions View
Hierarchy View
Javadoc View
JUnit View
Navigator View
Outline View
Package Explorer View
Problems View
Search View
Tasks View
Variables View
Short Takes
CVS
Ant
Web Tools Platform
Testing and Performance
Visual Editor
C/C++ Development
AspectJ
Plug-in Development
Rich Client Platform
Standard Widget Toolkit
Help and Community
Online Help
Getting Help
Help Topics
Eclipse Web Site
Community Web Sites
Reporting Bugs
New Account
Searching
Adding an Entry
Newsgroups
Mailing Lists
Conclusion
Commands
Index

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