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By Steve Holzner
Publisher: O'Reilly
Pub Date: April 2004
ISBN: 0-596-00641-1
Pages: 334
Slots: 1.0   

      What's Inside
      Conventions Used in This Book
      What You'll Need
      Using Code Examples
      We'd Like to Hear from You
      Chapter 1.  Essential Eclipse
      Section 1.1.  Eclipse and Java
      Section 1.2.  Getting Eclipse
      Section 1.3.  Understanding Eclipse
      Section 1.4.  Views and Perspectives
      Section 1.5.  Working with Eclipse
      Section 1.6.  Using Quick Fix
      Section 1.7.  A Word About Project Management
      Chapter 2.  Java Development
      Section 2.1.  Developing Java Code
      Section 2.2.  Building and Running Code
      Section 2.3.  Creating Javadoc
      Section 2.4.  Refactoring
      Section 2.5.  Some Essential Skills
      Section 2.6.  Customizing the Development Environment
      Chapter 3.  Testing and Debugging
      Section 3.1.  Testing with JUnit
      Section 3.2.  Debugging
      Chapter 4.  Working in Teams
      Section 4.1.  How Source Control Works
      Section 4.2.  Understanding CVS
      Section 4.3.  Finding a CVS Server
      Section 4.4.  Adding a Project to the CVS Repository
      Chapter 5.  Building Eclipse Projects Using Ant
      Section 5.1.  Working with Ant
      Section 5.2.  JARing Your Output
      Section 5.3.  Configuring Ant in Eclipse
      Section 5.4.  Catching Errors in Build Files
      Chapter 6.  GUI Programming: From Appletsto Swing
      Section 6.1.  Creating AWT Applications
      Section 6.2.  Creating Swing Applications
      Section 6.3.  Using Eclipse Plug-ins
      Section 6.4.  Using the V4ALL Plug-in
      Chapter 7.  SWT: Buttons, Text, Labels, Lists, Layouts, and Events
      Section 7.1.  Java Graphics
      Section 7.2.  An SWT Example
      Section 7.3.  Working with Buttons
      Section 7.4.  Working with Composites and Layouts
      Section 7.5.  Working with Lists
      Section 7.6.  Using V4ALL with SWT
      Chapter 8.  SWT: Menus, Toolbars, Sliders, Trees, and Dialogs
      Section 8.1.  Working with Menus
      Section 8.2.  Working with Toolbars
      Section 8.3.  Working with Sliders
      Section 8.4.  Working with Trees
      Section 8.5.  Working with Dialogs
      Section 8.6.  Opening Internet Explorer in anSWT Window
      Chapter 9.  Web Development
      Section 9.1.  Installing and Testing Tomcat
      Section 9.2.  Creating a JSP
      Section 9.3.  Creating a Servlet
      Section 9.4.  Creating a Servlet in Place
      Section 9.5.  Connecting to a JavaBean
      Section 9.6.  Using the Sysdeo Tomcat Plug-in
      Section 9.7.  Deploying Web Applications
      Chapter 10.  Developing Struts Applicationswith Eclipse
      Section 10.1.  Struts and Eclipse
      Section 10.2.  Creating the View
      Section 10.3.  Creating the Controller
      Section 10.4.  Creating the Model
      Section 10.5.  Using the Easy Struts Plug-in
      Chapter 11.  Developing a Plug-in: The Plug-in Development Environment, Manifests, and Extension Points
      Section 11.1.  All You Really Need Is plugin.xml
      Section 11.2.  Using the Plug-in Development Environment
      Section 11.3.  Using the Run-time Workbench
      Section 11.4.  Creating a Standard Plug-in
      Chapter 12.  Developing a Plug-in: Creating Editors and Views
      Section 12.1.  Creating a Multi-Page Editor
      Section 12.2.  Creating a View
      Section 12.3.  Deploying a Plug-in
      Chapter 13.  Eclipse 3.0
      Section 13.1.  A Look at Eclipse 3.0
      Section 13.2.  Creating a Java Project
      Section 13.3.  Changes to the Eclipse Platform
      Section 13.4.  Changes to the Java Development Tools
      Section 13.5.  Other Changes
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