User Review - Flag as inappropriate Great book. If you're developing a plug-in for Eclipse or WebSphere Studio Workbench, and you'd like it to work, but you don't have this book, get a copy, now. This book presents detailed, practical coverage of every aspect of plug-in development--with specific solutions for the challenges you're most likely to encounter. Creating New Extension Points Chapter
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If you're developing a plug-in for Eclipse or WebSphere Studio Workbench, and you'd like it to work, but you don't have this book, get a copy, now. Features, Branding, and Updates Chapter With Safari, you learn the way you learn best. I find it to be the clearest and most relevant book about Eclipse for the real-world software developer.
Addison-Wesley- Computers - pages. User Review - Flag as inappropriate Commerckal-quality book. Before you even think about distributing a plug-in you've written, read this book.
You will find lots of good advice in here, especially things that will help add a whole layer of professionalism and completeness to any plug-in. Whether you're a tool developer building new commercial products, or a user customizing your environment, you'll find it indispensable.
The Standard Widget Toolkit. Building Commercial-Quality Plug-ins" and it covers everything. Dialogs and Wizards Chapter In fact, training our team without the use of this book as a base would have been virtually impossible. Instead, this book focuses on enumerating everything from the solid underpinnings to the little touches that make a plug-in into a dependable, useable tool.
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Lots of condensed information but still easy to read. The Standard Widget Toolkit Chapter 5. Their experiences have now been well applied to the use of Eclipse for dclipse effective Java development.
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This book goes well beyond Actions, Views, and Editors, pug-ins I think everyone will benefit from the authors' experience. Includes a commercial-qualitt introduction to Eclipse for experienced Java programmers Serves as a systematic reference for experienced Eclipse usersIntroduces all the tools you need to build Eclipse and WebSphere plug-insExplains the Eclipse architecture and the structure of plug-ins and extension pointsWalks step-by-step through building complete Eclipse plug-insOffers practical guidance on building Eclipse user interfaces with SWT and JFaceShows how to use change tracking, perspectives, builders, markers, natures, and moreCovers internationalization, Help systems, feature planning--even branding This book is designed for anyone who wants a deep understanding of Eclipse, and every experienced developer interested in extending Eclipse or WebSphere Studio Workbench.
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