1. Edition October 2003 41.90 Euro 2003. 478 Pages, Softcover ISBN 978-0-470-86905-5 - John Wiley & Sons
Short description Organized into three parts, this book starts by introducing readers to the Eclipse Java IDE and shows how projects are laid out and the various facilities to help write Java code. Then, SWT and JFace (Eclipse's alternative to the Java AWT and Swing) are described and demonstrated in practice in a JavaLayer based MP3 player. Finally, the author shows how Eclipse can be used as a tool platform and an application framework.
From the contents Introduction.
PART 1: THE JAVA IDE.
1. Going places.
2. Organizing your code.
3. Project 1 - Duke speaks.
4. Project development.
5. Advanced topics of project development.
PART 2: REPLACING SWING.
6. The SWT library.
8. Project 2 - Jukebox.
PART 3: ECLIPSE AS AN APPLICATION PLATFORM.
9. Developing Plug-ins for the Eclipse Platform.
10. Developing your own Eclipse based products.
11. Project 3 - A spell checker as an Eclipse plug-in.