Developing Java applications with Eclipse
Initially the Eclipse platform was designed as universal platform for the construction of IDEs. It is the basis for a 'full-function' environment for the development of Java applications. A number of commercial development tools, like e.g. IBM Rational Application Developer (RAD), are based on Eclipse.
At the end of this course:
- the participant will have an insight in the possibilities of Eclipse as IDE for the development of applications;
- the participant will be familiar with the Java Development Tools (JDT) of Eclipse:
- the different perspectives, views and editors;
- the basis of Java development.
For a detailed discussion about the development of applications with RAD see course Rational Application Developer (RAD).
No public sessions are currently scheduled. We will be pleased to set up an on-site course or to schedule an extra public session (in case of a sufficient number of candidates). Interested? Please contact ABIS.
Java application developers.
- Eclipse as an integrated development environment:
- overview of Eclipse
- introduction to the different Java development tools (JDT)
- navigation in the workbench • perspectives • views • editors
- debugging • incremental compilation • import and export of coding
- team working with CVS
- Java development:
- use of different Java perspectives and editors
- code and content assist
- testing and debugging of Java applications
- visual editor
- testing with JUnit
Classroom instruction with a lot of demonstrations and practical examples.
Guido Indesteege, Sandy Schillebeeckx.
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