Robert McGovern is a software developer for an international high voltage power supply company doing embedded . However, I want to point out that this book is "A Guide for Java Developers". So the target audience is for a Java Developer.
Robert McGovern is a software developer for an international high voltage power supply company doing embedded development. He has a degree in artificial intelligence and is a member of the IEEE and the ACM. His personal interest is in Java & Ruby and he has been involved in computers and programming since the days of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum. The book starts out with a great introduction into Eclipse and the how the IDE comes together in the workbench. The moves right into the Java development with Eclipse.
I was kind of expected this book to give lots of detailed information about configuring and using Eclipse. Most of the first seven chapters were useful - if you were new to using Eclipse as an IDE. However, if you have a few years of Eclipse behind you these chapters are very introduction type. If you have some time with Eclipse and where looking for a detailed index of all the things that you can set and the best ways to do them then you will be disappointed.
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.
A guide for java developers. This book is designed to help you use Eclipse to its fullest potential. David gallardo ED burnette. Robert McGovern would like to thank David and Ed for letting him join in the fun and games, Mary Piergies for leading him through, and the rest of the fantas-tic team at Manning. Special thanks to Joy, Kieran, Samuel, and finally to Rob-erta, his wife, for her understanding and encouragement. Its pri-mary focus is using Eclipse as a Java IDE, but for more advanced developers, additional information is provided to help you extend Eclipse for other lan-guages and applications.
Eclipse ships with plugins for writing and debugging Java code Complementing this coverage of Eclipse in the context of development is a reference providing a comprehensive guide to Eclipse
Eclipse ships with plugins for writing and debugging Java code. This book provides a thorough guide to using Eclipse features and plugins effectively in the context of real-world Java development. Complementing this coverage of Eclipse in the context of development is a reference providing a comprehensive guide to Eclipse. This reference lays things out clearly: feature-by-feature, menu-by-menu.
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Eclipse In Action is written with Java developers in mind and leads you through the major functionality and extensibility of the IDE through in depth examples. The examples are great and have a nice depth (they don't feel as contrived as most examples in books like this). This has some definite benefits - you feel like you're getting real-life experience by doing examples and it makes the book smoother to read front to back. However, there is a drawback - this book doesn't always make a handy reference to put on the shelf