Build commercial-grade extensions to Eclipse and WebSphere Studio Workbench This is the first definitive, start-to-finish guide to building commercial-quality extensions for both Eclipse and IBM's WebSphere Studio Workbench. Leading Eclipse developers Eric Clayberg and Dan Rubel don't merely introduce the basics: they show how to add the sophistication and qpolishq that paying customers demand. 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. It contains everything you need to gain mastery and achieve results: cookbook-style code examples, relevant API listings, diagrams, screen shots, and much more. Includes a quick 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. Whether you're a tool developer building new commercial products, or a user customizing your environment, you'll find it indispensable.Build commercial-grade extensions to Eclipse and WebSphere Studio Workbench This is the first definitive, start-to-finish guide to building commercial-quality extensions for both Eclipse and IBMa#39;s WebSphere Studio Workbench.
|Author||:||Eric Clayberg, Dan Rubel|
|Publisher||:||Addison-Wesley Professional - 2004|