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Eclipse in Action: A Guide for the Java Developer

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This book is a fast-paced but thorough guide to the effective use of Eclipse's features and plugins for real-world Java development. Interesting examples demonstrate how to use Eclipse to build, test, and debug applications using the tools provided by Eclipse as well as third-party plugins. Learn how to use Eclipse tools in a team environment, including Ant for moresophisticated build processes and CVS for source control. The Second Edition is completely updated for Eclipse 3.1 and adds coverage of three new major Eclipse features:
  • The Visual Editor for developing graphical user applications (GUIs) using Swing/AWT and SWT
  • The Web Tools Project for developing web applications with JSPs, Servlets, EJBs and Web Services
  • The Eclipse Rich Client Platform for building robust, commercial-quality rich client applications like Google's gmail
About the Author

David Gallardo is an independent software consultant specializing in software internationalization, Java web applications, and database development. His recent experience includes leading database and internationalization development at a business-to-business e-commerce company, TradeAccess, Inc. He was also a senior engineer in the international product development group at Lotus Development Corporation, where he contributed to the development of a cross-platform library providing Unicode and international language support for Lotus products including Notes and 1-2-3. He is the author of Java Oracle Database Development. He lives in El Paso, Texas. Ed Burnette is a principal systems developer at SAS, where he has worked on such diverse projects as compilers, debuggers, device drivers, performance tuning, and UNIX ports. He also helped write several commercial computer games. Currently, Ed uses Eclipse in the development of OLAP servers, mid-tier providers, and clients written in a mixture of C, Java, and C#. He lives near Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Robert McGovern is a software developer for an international high voltage power supply company doing embedded development. He has a degree in artificial intelligence.
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