||Advanced Java EE Development with WildFly|
This book starts with an introduction to EJB 3 and how to set up the environment, including the configuration of a MySQL database for use with WildFly. We will then develop object-relational mapping with Hibernate 4, build and package the application with Maven, and then deploy it in WildFly 8.1, followed by a demonstration of the use of Facelets in a web application.
Moving on from that, we will create an Ajax application in the Eclipse IDE, compile and package it using Maven, and run the web application on WildFly 8.1 with a MySQL database. In the final leg of this book, we will discuss support for generating and parsing JSON with WildFly 8.1.
||Learning Android, 2nd Edition|
Want to build apps for Android devices? This book is the perfect way to master the fundamentals. Written by experts who have taught this mobile platform to hundreds of developers in large organizations and startups alike, this gentle introduction shows experienced object-oriented programmers how to use Android's basic building blocks to create user interfaces, store data, connect to the network, and more.
Throughout the book, you'll build a Twitter-like application, adding new features with each chapter. You'll also create your own toolbox of code patterns to help you program any type of Android application with ease.
||Instant Eclipse 4 RCP Development How-to|
Filled with practical, step-by-step instructions and clear explanations for the most important and useful tasks. A concise guide that delivers immediate results with practical recipes on learning practical hints and avoiding pitfalls in Eclipse 4 development. You will find this book useful if you are looking to create cross-platform rich client applications. Eclipse platform is built with Java, so basic knowledge of Java is essential. The focus of this book is to understand the new APIs and concepts of the Eclipse 4 platform. Prior knowledge of basic concepts of the Eclipse framework (plugin, extension, perspective, workspace, and so on), SWT (Standard Widget Toolkit), and JFace would be beneficial in understanding the examples in this book quicker.
||Eclipse 4 Plug-in Development by Example|
As a highly extensible platform, Eclipse is used by everyone from independent software developers to NASA. Key to this is Eclipse's plug-in ecosystem, which allows applications to be developed in a modular architecture and extended through its use of plug-ins and features.
Eclipse 4 Plug-in Development by Example Beginner's Guide takes the reader through the full journey of plug-in development, starting with an introduction to Eclipse plug-ins, continued through packaging and culminating in automated testing and deployment. The example code provides simple snippets which can be developed and extended to get you going quickly.
||Java EE Development with Eclipse|
Each chapter includes an end-to-end sample application. Develop applications with some of the commonly used technologies using the project facets in Eclipse 3.7. Clear explanations enriched with the necessary screenshots.
||Android Apps with Eclipse|
Eclipse is the most adopted integrated development environment (IDE) for Java programmers. And, now, Eclipse seems to be the preferred IDE for Android apps developers.
Android Apps with Eclipse provides a detailed overview of Eclipse including steps and the screenshots to help Android developers to quickly get up to speed on Eclipse and to streamline their day-to-day software development.
||Automating ActionScript Projects with Eclipse and Ant|
Automating repetitive programming tasks is easier than many Flash / AS3 developers think. With the Ant build tool, the Eclipse IDE, and this concise guide, you can set up your own "ultimate development machine" to code, compile, debug, and deploy projects faster. You’ll also get started with versioning systems, such as Subversion and Git.
Create a consistent workflow for multiple machines, or even complete departments, with the help of extensive Ant code samples. If you want to work smarter and take your skills to a new level, this book will get you on the road to automation - with Ant.
||The Art of Debugging|
Debugging is crucial to successful software development, but even many experienced programmers find it challenging. Sophisticated debugging tools are available, yet it may be difficult to determine which features are useful in which situations. The Art of Debugging is your guide to making the debugging process more efficient and effective.
The Art of Debugging illustrates the use three of the most popular debugging tools on Linux/Unix platforms: GDB, DDD, and Eclipse. The text-command based GDB (the GNU Project Debugger) is included with most distributions. DDD is a popular GUI front end for GDB, while Eclipse provides a complete integrated development environment.
||Eclipse IDE Pocket Guide|
This practical pocket guide gets you up to speed quickly with Eclipse. It covers basic concepts, including Views and editors, as well as features that are not commonly understood, such as Perspectives and Launch Configurations. You'll learn how to write and debug your Java code--and how to integrate that code with tools such as Ant and JUnit. You'll also get a toolbox full of tips and tricks to handle common - and sometimes unexpected - tasks that you'll run across in your Java development cycle.
Eclipse the popular Java integrated development environment (IDE) provides an elegant and powerful remedy for this common, frustrating scenario. It doesn't just catch your errors before you compile, it also suggests solutions. All you need to do is point and click. And it's free - what could be better? Still, if you're like most programmers, mastering a newtechnology--no matter how productive it will make you in the long run - is going to take a chunk out of your productivity now. You want to get up to speed quickly without sacrificing efficiency.
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