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Eclipse Sample Chapters
Web Development
Sample chapter: "Web Development," from Eclipse, May 2004, by Steve Holzner. Discusses installing and testing Tomcat, creating a JSP, creating a servlet, creating a servlet in place, connecting to a JavaBean, using the Sysdeo Tomcat plug-in, writing JSP with the Sysdeo Tomcat plug-in, writing servlets with the Sysdeo Tomcat plug-in, debugging Web projects, and deploying Web applications.
Concepts of the Eclipse Rich Client Platform
Sample chapter: "Concepts of the Eclipse Rich Client Platform: What it's all About," from Eclipse Rich Client Platform: Designing, Coding, and packaging Java™ Applications, October 2005, by Jeff McAffer and Jean-Michel Lemieux. Discusses a community of plug-ins, inside plug-ins, putting a system together, OSGi framework, runtime, applications, products, extension registry, SWT, JFace, UI workbench, contribution-based extensibility, and perspectives, views and editors.
Java Project Configuration
Sample chapter: "Java Project Configuration," from Eclipse Distilled, February 2006, by David Carlson. Discusses the Java build path, source and output folders, project dependencies, project libraries, order and export, creating shared user libraries, the linked library project, Java compiler settings, and creating code templates for logging.
Eclipse Infrastructure
Sample chapter: "Eclipse Infrastructure," from Eclipse: Building Commercial-Quality Plug-Ins, Second Edition, March 2006, by Eric Clayberg and Dan Rubel. Discusses a structural overview, plug-in structure, workspace, plug-in directory or JAR file, link files, hybrid approach, plug-in manifest, plug-in declaration, plug-in runtime, plug-in dependencies, extensions and extension points, plug-in class, plug-in preferences, plug-in configuration files, plugin and AbstractUIPlugin, plug-in model, plug-ins and bundles, plug-in extension registry, logging, status objects, and Eclipse plug-ins.
Fundamentals for Extending Eclipse
Sample chapter: "Fundamentals for Extending Eclipse:Extending Eclipse for Fun and Profit," from The Java™ Developer's Guide to Eclipse, Second Edition, October 2004, by Jim D'Anjou, Scott Fairbrother, Dan Kehn, John Kellerman, and Pat McCarthy. Discusses an easy practical example, brief tour of "Hello, World," how and where the extension is shown in the user interface, how an extension to the user interface knows about events like selection, how to extend objects like those shown in the outline view, the relationship between the same objects shown in different views, how to change the JDT model programmatically, and where to go from here.
Using Java Development Tools
Sample chapter: "Using Java Development Tools," from The Java™ Developer's Guide to Eclipse, Second Edition, October 2004, by Jim D'Anjou, Scott Fairbrother, Dan Kehn, John Kellerman, and Pat McCarthy. Discusses getting started with JDT, overview of the JDT user interface, creating a Java project, a package and a type, opening a type, method or field, viewing supertypes and subtypes, viewing called methods or calling methods, using the JDT views, searching, writing Java code, overview of the Java editor, code assist, code generation, navigating Java errors and warnings, using Quick Fix, refactoring, using code templates, externalizing strings, generating Javadoc, writing Java for alternative JREs, compiling your code, Eclipse Ant integration, working with Java elements, folders, Java projects, classes and interfaces, importing Java elements, local history for Java elements, tuning the performance of the Java JDT, hierarchy view, outline view, problems view, and search view.

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Update :: November 15, 2019